In case you missed it, here are some of the top food safety stories from last week: PCA Sentencing: Stewart Parnell, former CEO of the now-defunct Peanut Corporation of America (PCA), was sentenced to 28 years in prison on Sept. 21. His peanut-broker brother, Michael Parnell, got 20 years, and former PCA Quality Assurance Manager Mary Wilkerson got five years. Those are the most severe penalties ever handed down in a U.S. food safety criminal case. All three plan to appeal. Spreading Salmonella? Several recent Salmonella cases have been linked to the Washington, D.C., Fig & Olive restaurant, and now additional cases have been linked to another Fig & Olive outlet — this time in West Hollywood, CA. Fig & Olive said it was no longer serving its own brand of truffle oil, although that product has not been definitively connected to the outbreaks. E. coli in Vermont: A Vermont burger bar linked to five confirmed (and two probable) E. coli cases closed for several days last week due to “mechanical issues” but reopened again on Sept. 22. ICYMIHardee’s and Hepatitis A: Concern about possible exposure to Hepatitis A at two South Carolina Hardee’s restaurants led to nearly 5,000 people lining up at local health department clinics for the vaccines. The Hep A vaccine is only being recommended for those people who ate at the Hardee’s outlets in Lyman, SC, and/or Duncan, SC, during certain dates and who get the vaccine within two weeks of doing so. In FDA News: Be wary of unpasteurized apple cider or fruit or vegetable juices this fall, warns the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. While these products may be tasty, they can also harbor dangerous pathogens, so FDA recommends checking the label or asking if the product has been pasteurized or otherwise treated to kill bacteria. Coming Up This Week: The fourth part of our five-part special series on the Food Safety Modernization Act will post tomorrow (Tuesday): “The Government’s Role in Food Safety,” by U.S. Sen. Jon Tester (D-MT). The Presidential Advisory Council on Combating Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria (CARB) is holding its first public meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2015, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET. You can access a draft agenda here and watch a webcast of the meeting here. Two more defendants in the Peanut Corporation of America case, Daniel Kilgore and Samuel Lightsey, are to be sentenced on Thursday, Oct. 1, in Albany, GA. Stay tuned for Dan Flynn’s coverage. (To sign up for a free subscription to Food Safety News, click here.)