Baker Farms is recalling certain Baker Farms, Kroger and SEG Grocers brand names of kale in 1-pound plastic bags because of a potential Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Kroger previously announced the recall for its kale.
The parent company of Lavva brand yogurt has initiated a recall of a lot of product because testing showed possible mold contamination. The yogurt is available at retailers nationwide, including Whole Foods Market, Sprouts, Kroger…
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Federal, state and local authorities continue to investigate a multistate outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis infections linked to peaches as new retailers are added to the related recall list.
All of the implicated peaches were packed…
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Giant Eagle grocery chain has recalled more than 50 products, including whole onions as well as deli salads, because a supplier notified the chain about an onion recall related to a bi-national Salmonella Newport outbreak…
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A California man is seeking damages from Thomson International Inc. contending he was poisoned with Salmonella from the company’s onions. He is part of a multi-national outbreak that has sickened more than 500.
Thomson International Inc. is recalling all of its onions, regardless of color, from all 50 states. Similar to a recall in Canada, the U.S. recall is because of links to a Salmonella Newport outbreak that…
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An Indianapolis company implicated in Salmonella outbreaks linked to pre-cut fruit in 2018 and 2019 is closing down the freshcut part of its operation because it has lost a major customer.
Caito Foods LLC reported…
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Independent researchers say 22 out of the country’s top 26 grocery chains fail when it comes to warning the public about food recalls. Among those on the fail list are Walmart and Aldi.
Almark Foods is expanding its recall of hard boiled eggs to include products sold directly to consumers, but the company continues to downplay whether its contaminated plant is behind a Listeria outbreak.
According to the FDA, Sprouts Unlimited of Marion, IA, is recalling clover spouts in 4-ounce packages because they may be contaminated with Escherichia coli O103 bacteria (E. coli O103).