2,000 pounds of hot dogs pulled over metal pieces and granola contained bits of rock, glass, plastic

Mail Online | 5/21/2019 | Mia De Graaf Health Editor For Dailymail.com
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Food recalls are blighting meat eaters and health nuts alike.

On Saturday, Vienna Beef recalled 2,000 pounds of hot dogs after an inspector found some contained pieces of metal.

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On Monday, there was a nationwide recall of Purely Elizabeth granola - sold everywhere from Amazon to Target to Whole Foods - after a customer reported finding pieces of plastic, glass and rock in amongst their crumble.

Both incidences, thought to stem from manufacturing issues, come amid a rise in food recalls in recent years.

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The hot dog recall, just days before barbecues heat up for Memorial Day weekend, comes from Vienna Beef, a top meat vendor to restaurants.

The more than a century-old company, based in Chicago, spotted its own mistakes, alerting the US Department of Agriculture straight away.

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On Monday, the firm recalled 203 10-pound packages of beef frankfurters from restaurants across Illinois, Wisconsin and Indiana.

Company executives say they are certain all of...
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