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Brownwood Farms Issues Allergy Alert On Undeclared Milk In Fruit Preserves And Fruit Butter Products

Williamsburg, MI - Brownwood Farms is recalling approximately 260,000 total units of the listed products, because they contain undeclared milk. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction, if they consume these products. The affected products were distributed across the United States through distributors, retailers and on-line sales from the Brownwood Farms website. All products listed below with the referenced “Best by” dates are included in this recall. “Best by” dates are indicated on labels affixed to the bottom of all affected products. The affected products are all packaged in glass containers with metal lids. BROWNWOOD FARMS ISSUES ALLERGY ALERT ON UNDECLARED MILK IN THE FOLLOWING PRODUCTS: AMERICA’S ORIGINAL CHERRY BUTTER 12 oz. – UPC 018303-005011- with best by dates before 09/28/2018 AMERICA’S ORIGINAL CHERRY BUTTER 22oz. – UPC 018303-005301- with best by dates before 09/28/2018 AMERICA’S ORIGINAL CHERRY BUTTER – 1 Gallon - with best by dates before 09/28/2018 CHERRY RASPBERRY PRESERVES 12 oz. – UPC 018303-005035 - with best by dates before 09/28/2018 CHERRY RASPBERRY PRESERVES – 1 Gallon - with best by dates before 09/28/2018 MICHIGAN CHERRY PRESERVES 12 oz. – UPC 018303-005028 - with best…

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Basketball Fever: Nutrition for student-athletes

The regular season of the National Basketball Association officially begins this week, and basketball fans around the globe are all ready to cheer and jeer. The pre-season has given us a preview on what to expect in the games and, no doubt, built an anticipatory excitement for the return of our favorite players. During the 2016 Summer Olympic Games, we covered health and nutrition topics pertaining to Olympic athletes, as well as dietary dos and don’ts for amateurs and the casually active persons. Though many of the information on our blog may apply to basketball players in general, would like to narrow the focus down on health and nutrition applicable to basketball student-athletes. Basketball is an intense sport. It combines physical prowess - speed, agility and endurance - and mental stamina - presence of mind and, of course, technical IQ. Add academics and other extra-curricular activities to the mix, and you’ve got a rigorous and demanding number of months from the beginning to the end of the school basketball season. Nutrition should be of high priority during this period to avoid energy depletion. Ideally, student-athletes should consume pregame meals consisting of a balanced plate: carbohydrates, lean and low-fat protein, and low-fat…

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