Nestlé has recalled infant formula in several countries because of the potential presence of Cronobacter sakazakii.

The affected product is EXPERT PRO HA 1, which has different batch numbers depending on the country it was marketed.

Infant formula from Germany was sent to Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, Greece

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has escalated efforts to ensure the safety of infant formula production by issuing warning letters to three major manufacturers: ByHeart Inc., Mead Johnson Nutrition (Reckitt), and Perrigo Wisconsin, LLC. 

According to the FDA, this action is occurring within the context of its ongoing commitment

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Federal officials as well as officials in Oregon and Washington are investigating Salmonella illnesses linked to Papa Murphy’s raw cookie dough products.

“Cookie Dough has been an ongoing Salmonella risk to consumers,” said William Marler, food safety attorney and publisher of Food Safety News.  “However, in recent years the suspected contaminated ingredient

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A recall of Nestlé Maggi noodles in India in 2015 impacted the company for several years, according to an analysis of consumer purchase data.

Scientists examined the immediate and long-term changes in noodle purchases after the nationwide removal of Maggi instant noodles from the Indian market.

“The Maggi noodles scandal

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