Monday, May 23, 2016

Oy. Another horrible Listeria hoo-hah!

Hi, people. It’s me! I’m back again with the same shitty burning skin issues as last night and the same goddamn leaking pressure sores. And I’m still taking the same mountain of drugs to anesthetize myself into oblivion, although they’re not working nearly as well as I’d hoped. So what the hell ... I’ll just plow ahead with another Howdygram post and do my best not to whine.

On two previous occasions I’ve provided important information about a ton of frozen fruits and vegetables that were recalled with Listeria contamination. Well, guess what ... the recall has been expanded! Apparently every frozen fruit and vegetable in America — in all 50 states ... plus Mexico and Canada — packed by CRF Frozen Foods in Pasco, Washington, dating back to 2014 is being yanked off store shelves all over North America. This is now one of the largest food recalls in recent history and includes well over 400 products sold under more than 40 different brand names at major retailers like Costco, Target, Trader Joe’s and Safeway.
To get a better grip on the scope of this horrible hoo-hah, many of these fruits and vegetables have been repackaged by other stores like Piggly Wiggly, Kroger and ConAgra Foods or used as ingredients in a huge variety of other store-branded and private label products. All are being recalled. And retailers like Target and Hy-Vee Foods have recalled products made by Tokyo-based Ajinomoto Windsor due to 70 of its Asian variety frozen meals and stir-fry kits that contain CRF vegetables — 47 million pounds of food! — some of which also were sold in Canada and Mexico.

Click here for more information and PLEASE EMPTY YOUR FREEZER IMMEDIATELY. In the meantime, the Howdygram strongly recommends a Cheetos-based diet.

To help you and your loved ones survive the world’s largest frozen vegetable recall I’m pleased to introduce the following SWELL FREE FONTS for your possible interest. I love ALL of these! Of particular note is “Cherily Blussom,” which was created by a designer in the Ukraine named Igor who doesn’t speak English. (For instance, there was another one called “Againts” that looked like a font you’d use for protest signs.)

Download links appear after the graphic so you can add these to your personal collection. (They’re all gluten-free.)

Know what? I was hoping to stay up all night writing this post but all of a sudden I’m conking out and don’t know how much longer I’ll be able to sit here. Maybe I should just pish and hit the sack already because it’s almost 4 a.m. (Holy crap, right?)

Thank you for reading this!

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