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The Olive Garden offers pasta passports for life, but only for 50 guests who are ready to eat enough dough

Imagine you would never again pay for another bowl of Cavatappi with Five Cheese Marinara. This is a reality for 50 lucky Olive Garden fans as the restaurant chain has announced plans to offer their very first Lifetime Pasta Passes during this year's Never Ending Pasta Pass promotion. FLORIDA MAN WITH NAKED HANDS FIXED AT SPAGHETTI EATING OUTSIDE THE OLIVE …

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Ragu recall: Pasta sauce recalled for possible plastic contamination

Five types of Ragu pasta sauce are being recalled because they may contain plastic fragments. Consumers should throw away the pasta sauce, according to the manufacturer. The sauce maker announced that customers who had bought the recalled sauce received coupons. Five Ragú noodle sauces sold nationwide are being recalled as they may contain plastic fragments. The recalled sauces were made …

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RAGÚ pasta sauce due to possible plastic fragments :: WRAL.com

By Deborah Strange, Digital Journalist at WRAL According to a press release from Mizkan America, Inc., certain RAGÚ noodle sauces have been voluntarily taken off the market. The company stated that there were no reports of consumer injuries and that the recall was "made with caution". The following sauces are subject to voluntary recall: RAGÚ Chunky Tomato Garlic & Onion, …

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Ragú pasta sauces recalled potential plastic splintering problems

Anyone who may have purchased varieties from a popular Pastasauce brand is asked to check the label for possible plastic fragments. Mikzan America Inc. announced on Saturday that certain ragu pasta sauce varieties are affected by a voluntary recall from "caution". "There were no reports of injury or complaints from consumers," the company said in a press release. TYSON RECALLS …

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RECALL: Company recalls some Ragú pasta sauces because they may contain plastic pieces

Traditional RAGU-style 66-ounce glass Traditional 66-ounce RAGU-style glass The owner of Ragú remembers some of his jars of pasta sauce as they might contain plastic fragments the company with. Mizkan America announced on Saturday that there are no reports of injuries or complaints, and voluntarily initiated the recall from "caution". Affected products are: 45 ounce tomatoes, garlic and onions, with …

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Someone built a PC out of pasta

I love movies, I love technology and I like running. But if there's one thing I love more than anyone else, it's the food. I love all kinds of food and generally I'm not afraid to try anything to make sure I can avoid hunger. As someone who runs a lot, though I inevitably turn into pasta, because I need …

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Stop what you do and look at this PC made from pasta

Everyone loves pasta. It's a cheap calorie source, it's easy to cook and there are many cute shapes like flies. It's so great that maybe it's a bit unfair to put a little in a drawer just because it's a meal. Thanks to a new, pasta-based PC build discovered by the motherboard (19459004), these times are finally over . The …

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Hy-Vee draws pasta salad after reporting 20 diseases in 4 states

About 20 people are reported to be ill after eating edible pasta salad, prompting Hy-Vee Inc. to recall the product from all 244 grocery stores. Although the company's recall notice, which published it in July 17, indicated signs of salmonella in Minnesota, South Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa, federal agencies had no information about the recall or outbreak today at 12:30 …

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Hy-Vee recalls spring pasta salad and cites salmonella concerns

Hy-Vee, based in Iowa, sold Spring Pasta Salad's 1-pound and 3-pound plastic containers in eight states. The states are Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota – where the salmonella diseases have occurred – and Illinois, Missouri, Kansas and Wisconsin. The product was produced between the 1st of June and the 13th of July. The packages have expiration dates between the …

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