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February 17, 2007 | From the Associated Press
Dole Fresh Fruit Co. recalled several thousand cartons of imported cantaloupes Friday after the fruit tested positive for salmonella. The recall, which covers the eastern United States and the Canadian province of Quebec, is the second sparked by salmonella fears this week. On Wednesday, ConAgra Foods Inc. recalled its Peter Pan brand and certain batches of Wal-Mart Stores Inc.'
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BUSINESS
October 12, 2007 | From the Associated Press
ConAgra Foods Inc. recalled all its Banquet potpies and store brand varieties Thursday after the products were linked to a nationwide salmonella outbreak. The company included beef potpies in the recall after initially saying only its chicken and turkey potpies should not be eaten. ConAgra issued a consumer alert Tuesday and asked stores nationwide to stop selling the poultry potpies, but stopped short of a recall until Thursday.
BUSINESS
August 26, 2013 | By Ricardo Lopez
ConAgra foods has recalled some Kroger's chocolate chip cookie dough packages because they actually contain peanut butter cookie dough.  People with a peanut allergy are at risk, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Sunday, but the company reported that the mix-up hasn't caused any illnesses so far.  Celebrity products: Perfume, protein pudding and more The voluntary recall affects an unspecified number of cookie dough packages...
BUSINESS
January 29, 2001 | Reuters
Vlasic Foods International, best known for its pickle-pushing cartoon stork in television commercials, is expected to soon file for bankruptcy protection and sell its core businesses. The moves by the long-troubled company might come as soon as this week, a source familiar with the situation said. Wall Street analysts said H.J. Heinz Co. is best-suited to buy Vlasic's flagship pickle business, and ConAgra Foods Inc.
BUSINESS
August 1, 2008 | From the Associated Press
Rising costs for fuel, feed and fertilizer propelled grain prices to all-time highs in June, raising the overall price of crops and livestock by 16% this year compared with last year, a U.S. Department of Agriculture report showed Thursday. Grain prices gained 42% for the year overall. Corn sold for an average of $5.61 a bushel in June, up 69% from $3.32 in 2007. Soybeans sold for $14.20 a bushel, nearly double last year's figure of $7.56. Corn went for just $2.
BUSINESS
December 17, 2007 | From the Associated Press
This week's data on investment bank earnings, the housing downturn and inflation will help investors decide how the economy and corporate America are faring as they head into the new year. Wall Street hit a few snags last week: The tools in the Federal Reserve's arsenal look as if they may not be sufficient to battle the credit crisis, and inflation appears to be accelerating. Last week, the Dow ended 2.1% lower, the Standard & Poor's 500 index finished down 2.
NEWS
September 25, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
A labeling mix-up that could pose a danger to people with dairy allergies is prompting the recall of 3,000 pounds of Fleischmann's margarine sold in 19 states. Fleischmann's Original stick margarine was labeled Fleischmann's Unsalted stick margarine. The original contains whey, which could trigger a serious, even life-threatening, reaction for those with dairy allergies. The Food and Drug Administration said two consumers have reported reactions.
BUSINESS
September 20, 2004 | From Times Wire Services
Today * Treasury Secretary John W. Snow speaks at the National Press Club. * Treasury bill auction. * Trial begins for Larry Stewart, a Secret Service ink expert accused of lying on the witness stand while testifying for the government at Martha Stewart's trial. * Jury selection begins in the first Enron Corp. criminal trial. Four former Merrill Lynch & Co. executives and two former mid-level Enron executives are charged with conspiracy.
BUSINESS
March 23, 2001
Other earnings, excluding one-time gains or charges unless noted, include: * ConAgra Foods Inc.'s fiscal third-quarter earnings fell 31% to $98.5 million, or 19 cents a share, reflecting higher energy costs and a slowing farm economy. The results matched analyst forecasts that had been revised down from 44 cents after ConAgra issued a profit warning last month.
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