The CDC has announced that 44 people have been infected with Salmonella Uganda from bearded dragons. Foods, surfaces and utensils can become cross contaminated if proper hygiene practices are not followed.
Doughgirls Baking Inc. (dba, Doughgirls Comfort Kitchen & Bakeshop) is recalling King Ranch Casserole from the marketplace due to possible Salmonella contamination.
This recall is connected to a Salmonella outbreak that has been linked to …
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Bakery products were linked to the most illnesses in 2020, according to an analysis of food poisonings reported to the Swedish Food Agency (Livsmedelsverket).
Food categories behind illnesses included bakery items with 210 cases, chicken…
Continue Reading Swedish agency sees decline in reports of foodborne illness, possibly because of pandemic
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Today the Roanoke Times reported that owners of Famous Anthony’s filed bankruptcy for two of their Roanoke five restaurant locations after a hepatitis A outbreak originating from one of their food service…
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The trial of Paul Kruse, a scion of the family that has run Blue Bell Creameries since 1919, has again been postponed.
Federal Judge Robert Pitman signed an order delaying jury selection by 140 days, …
Continue Reading Former Blue Bell president’s trial delayed until summer
Owners of a Roanoke, VA, restaurant chain have closed one location and are filing bankruptcy for two others in relation to a deadly hepatitis A outbreak that swept through the community this past fall.
Officials in Denmark are investigating a deadly outbreak of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) O157 that has affected more than a dozen people.
The outbreak began in December 2021 and includes 13 patients with a…
Continue Reading Deadly E. coli O157 outbreak sickens 13 in Denmark
Foodborne botulism has been linked to two deaths in an Argentinian province.
The Ministry of Public Health in Misiones reported the two fatalities and at least four other cases occurred this past week in the…
Continue Reading Botulism behind at least two deaths; others sick in Argentina
The Montgomery County Office of Public Health in Pennsylvania announced today the temporary closure of Gino’s Ristorante & Pizzeria in West Norriton in relation to a deadly hepatitis A virus outbreak.
A fourth person has died in a hepatitis A outbreak traced to Famous Anthony’s restaurants in Roanoke Valley in Virginia.
Larry Vest died on Christmas after fighting the liver disease for months. His wife Diane,…
Continue Reading Fourth person dies in hepatitis A outbreak traced to Virginia restaurants