The CDC says an outbreak of Salmonella Infantis infections traced to Gold Medal flour is over. The outbreak sickened people from coast to coast.

A total of 14 people were confirmed as patients in the outbreak. They lived in 13 states and three required hospitalization. Illnesses started on dates ranging

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The FDA is working on tracing the source of a Salmonella Entertidis outbreak linked to cookie dough from Papa Murphy’s pizza restaurants. It has not been reported if the cookie dough is made at individual restaurants or bought from a third-party supplier.

The announcement of the outbreak on May 23

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The Food and Drug Administration has officially linked a Salmonella Infantis outbreak to Gold Medal flour produced by General Mills.

The company recalled certain flour products on April 28 because of Salmonella Infantis contamination but did not mention the outbreak in its recall notice. The company did not report how

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General Mills of Golden Valley, MN is recalling certain “dipz” Lunch Blox products because of potential Salmonella contamination.

The products were distributed in California, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania and Texas.

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The FDA has logged more than 500 complaints of “adverse events” related to a “dry cereal” in an investigation of an ongoing outbreak. 

Although the agency does not name the cereal in its outbreak table, it has previously confirmed to Food Safety News that it is investigating complaints about Lucky
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The FDA is investigating more than 200 “adverse events” related to an unnamed dry cereal. In recent days reports from across the country regarding illnesses linked to Lucky Charms cereal have been filed with government agencies and the website.

The reports include vomiting, diarrhea and other gastrointestinal symptoms. The
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The Food and Drug Administration is investigating reports of illnesses possibly linked to Lucky Charms cereal, but little information is available yet.

Hundreds of consumers have reported illnesses after eating the General Mills breakfast cereal according to the website operator Patrick Quade. The reports include gastrointestinal symptoms. Quade said
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The website, credited with helping to identify several high-profile foodborne illness outbreaks in recent years, has possibly done it again.

During the past several days, hundreds of people have complained about stomach aches, vomiting and diarrhea after eating Lucky Charms, one of General Mills’ most popular cereals.

The complaints
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Health investigators continue to try to determine what brand of cake mixes are linked to a current E. coli O121 outbreak as they also work to find out what specific ingredients or ingredients are the sources of the contamination.

The outbreak has sickened 16 people in 12 states with 7
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