Royce Eddington

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Date: November 5, 2009

Recall (Warning) : FDA says “Stiff Nights” will probably kill you

OK, right up front, who the hell uses something called “Stiff Nights”? If someone is actually desperate enough to fork over good money for a jar of something called “Stiff Nights”, I can pretty much guarantee they’re not too concerned about their own immediate health and well being.

Having said all that now, the FDA recently issued a warning that “Stiff Nights, a product marketed as a dietary supplement for sexual enhancement, contains an ingredient that can dangerously lower blood pressure and is illegal.”

The gist of it is that… “the FDA determined that the product contains sulfoaildenafil. This is a chemical similar to sildenafil, the active ingredient in Viagra. Sulfoaildenafil may interact with prescription drugs known as nitrates, including nitroglycerin, and cause dangerously low blood pressure.”

Here’s the link to the official FDA warning page. And another link to the Stiff Nights website.

Recall : PetSmart recalling two Dentley’s Beef Hoof products

If you recently bought a Dentley’s Beef Hoof snack for your dog from PetSmart, you might want to take a look at the trea’s UPC code because some of them might have been contaminated with salmonella.

The FDA release says “PetSmart… is voluntarily recalling two Dentley’s Beef Hoof products for potential salmonella contamination… The recalled products include only the following types of Dentley’s Beef Hooves purchased between Oct. 2, 2009 and Nov. 3, 2009: Dentley’s Bulk Cattle Hoof UPC# 73725703323 [and] Dentley’s 10 Pack Beef Hooves UPC# 73725736055”

Here’s the link to the official FDA recall.

Recall : Morningstar Foods assorted cream products for undeclared soy

Morningstar Foods announced that it is voluntarily recalling several of its’ products because they may contain soy protein.

From the notice… “This recall includes only the products listed. Each product is sold in a cardboard gable-top carton. Consumers can find the expiration date and the plant code on the top of the gable top package. The UPC code will either be located on the back or the side panel of the gable top carton. No other Great Value, Kroger or Wholesome Farm products are involved in this recall.

* 32-ounce Great Value Half & Half: UPC  6 05388 187 16 1, item code 1871600, plant code 21-031, “use by” date of December 16, 2009
* 32-ounce Great Value 36% Heavy Whipping Cream: UPC  6 05388 187 18 5, item code 1871800, plant code 21-031, “use by” date of December 16, 2009
* 32-ounce Kroger brand 36% Heavy Whipping Cream:  UPC  0 11110 438 28 7, item code 4382900, plant code 21-031, “use by” date of December 16 and 17, 2009
* 64-ounce Wholesome Farms Chocolate Ice Cream Mix:  UPC  0 74865 57 983 4, item code  5798300, plant code 21-031, “use by” date of January 7, 2010 (if purchased in a multi-pack, the UPC code is 1 00 74865 57983 1)”

Here’s the link to the official FDA recall notice.

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