This week the FDA went from soup to nuts with several stops in between. ConAgra voluntarily recalled a total of 27 tons of chicken noodle soup that was misbranded and then mislabeled as "Healthy Choice Chicken with Rice" soup. This combination of missteps put them in violation as the labels carried no warning of the undeclared allergens that are in the Chicken Noodle product.

On the dairy front, three separate dairies received warning letters concerning holding animals under conditions that were so inadequate that medicated animals bearing harmful drug residues were likely to enter the food supply.

Two egg production facilities received warning letters citing violations of regulations designed to prevent Salmonella enteritidis in egg shells.

Finally, ARO Pistachios of Terra Bella, CA was cited for insanitary conditions whereas product may have been contaminated with filth.  

The more things change, the more they stay the same from soup to nuts.