Why are food recalls on the rise?

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A growing number of people are concerned about food safety after a series of recalls over food contamination. Pepperidge Farm voluntarily recalled more than three million packages of Goldfish crackers Tuesday over possible salmonella contamination. Mondelez International also issued a voluntary recall of 16 varieties of its Ritz cracker products because of the same concerns over salmonella. Michael Moss, an investigative journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on contaminated food, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss why food companies should be more diligent and what might be behind the rise in recalls.

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  1. Sadly lots of these recalled foods end up in food pantries. Not trying to blame anyone just saying because I have experience with this.

  2. A study (Antecedents of recalls prevention: analysis and synthesis of research on product recalls) published in the Supply Chain Forum: An International Journal found a shortage of research on recalls prevention, which accordingly helps elucidate the number of product recalls in recent years. The study also found that it is only by paying close attention to the antecedents of recalls that firms would be able to minimize if not prevent the production of defective products. The study recommends firms to implement the supply chain quality management with four layers of antecedents: PEP-I (Product, Equipment, Process, and Intervention) to help prevent the production of defective products.
    (Read more at https://doi.org/10.1080/16258312.2018.1530575)

  3. Maybe they should stop buying food stuffs from China where they are notoriously known for poisoning food supplies (baby formula, dog food, etc)

  4. The FDA along with the EPA regulations have been lifted . No oversight ! No penalties or fines since Trump took office . The banks corporations, and other departments regulations were lifted the same week trump took office ..

  5. @CBS This Morning: In the 1960's-1970's- There were 60% more Food Inspectors than there are now. These food recalls are not only frightening but quite frequent lately. By the time a food recall hits the news most consumers have already eaten the product. What's a consumer to do?

  6. As far as anything from the oceans i would be careful. Massive fish kills globally. Whales sharks dolphins starfish etc washing up. Whatever is killing sealife would also affect us.

  7. it is called deregulation look at the trucking industry in the 70s and look at the airline industry as well deregulation leads to poopvill

  8. LIBERALISM IS THE CULPRIT…
    STOP THE INFECTION OF LIBERAL TRAIN WRECK COLLUSION….
    LIBERALISM IS DEAD…
    GOD BLESS AMERICA FOR AMERICAN PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY…
    I SUPPORT PRESIDENT TRUMP 100%…

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