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General Mills Meat Pizza Legal News Articles & Interviews
December 22, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Pizza Recall: General Mills Can Afford Victims' Medical Bills ]
Michael B. and his fiancée both wound up in the hospital after eating Totino's pizza. And they got sick after the Totino's and Jeno's E. coli pizza recall. Michael bought 10 pizzas on December 4th; luckily he kept the receipt and the pizza boxes that matched General Mills recalled SKUs (stock keeping units or UPC codes).
December 14, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Totino's and Jeno's Pizza Recall: Food Poisoning Lawyer Bill Marler Weighs In ]
Seattle, WA "General Mills Totino's and Jeno's pizza E.coli outbreak is a relatively small outbreak in relationship to others," says food poisoning lawyer Bill Marler. " Therefore, wage loss and medical bills would be a small amount of money to pay for goodwill in this case." Although small by outbreak standards, the [frozen pizza recall ] sent many consumers to hospital.
December 9, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Recall? What Totino-Jeno Pizza Recall? ]
St Louis, MO Diane Baines didn't know about General Mills' Totino's and Jeno frozen pizza recall until one of the girls at work mentioned it.. One month earlier, her disabled daughter was fighting for her life in hospital after they both ate Totino's pizzas contaminated with E. coli.
December 3, 2007. By Heidi Turner.
Read [ Pizza Recall Injuries Extend Beyond Poisoning ]
San Diego, CA For some people, the recent General Mills Pizza recall was nothing out of the ordinary. They may have felt a little ill and not even realized that they were sickened by eating E. coli contaminated pizza. For others, however, the E. coli outbreak was a lot more serious. Some people were hospitalized because their symptoms were so severe and at least a few patients have developed a more serious kidney problem after being exposed to E. coli.
November 30, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Pizza Recall: Lawyer Demands General Mills Pay Medical Expenses ]
St. Louis, MO General Mills produced and distributed 120 million pizzas throughout the US during an E. coli outbreak that was linked to the company's Totino's and Jeno's pizzas. However, although the company did announce a recall, it only involved 5 million of those 120 pizzas produced.
November 27, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ One Consumer Vows: No More Frozen Pizza ]
Battle Creek, MI Scott Arendt was one of Jeno's brand frozen pizza's best customers: he ate Totino's or Jeno's pizza as a snack almost daily. Not anymore. "I expect our food to be safe and I don't think I will ever eat a frozen pizza again," says Arendt.
November 22, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ General Mills Pizza? Make mine Plain, hold the Pepperoni ]
Washington, DC Since the Totino's and Jeno's pizza E. coli outbreak began around mid-July of 2007, General Mills has distributed about 120 million potentially contaminated pizzas to retailers throughout the country. As of November 2nd, General Mills recalled about half a million cases of Jeno's and Totino's pizza because pepperoni on its pizzas is likely contaminated with E. coli.
November 21, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Totino's Pizza Put My Kids at Risk ]
Los Angeles, CA "I have six kids and cannot risk their health on a product such as Totino's pizza and General Mills inability to inform the public of a recall in a timely manner," says Tracy S. "As a mother I have placed my children in danger every time I cooked a pizza for them and fed them this deadly bacteria, E. coli."
November 11, 2007. By Jane Mundy.
Read [ Totino's Pizza: A Slice of E. Coli ]
Chandler, OK Jill Mclean (not her real name) bought a few Totino's frozen pizzas mainly because she was on a budget. Turns out, a few slices of Totino's Party Supreme cost her more than she bargained for—and then some. Mclean didn't know about the E. coli pizza recall until it was too late.
November 7, 2007. By Gordon Gibb.
Read [ Deadly Frozen Pizza in Your Freezer? ]
Wellston, OH The box may say it's crisp 'n tasty, but the potential for an unseen ingredient in your Jeno's or Totino's frozen pizza could put you in the hospital with E. coli, and has resulted in a massive frozen pizza recall.