The FDA has closed an investigation of an outbreak of infections from Listeria monocytogenes without being able to identify a source.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention had not posted any information on the outbreak as of Wednesday afternoon.

The outbreak sickened at least 20 people, but the update
Continue Reading FDA declares Listeria outbreak over with source not identified; three other investigations remain open

The Food and Drug Administration is currently investigating four foodborne illness outbreaks.

Traceback work is underway in three of the outbreaks. On-site inspections and sample testing has been initiated in all four outbreaks according to information reported Wednesday by the FDA.

The table below shows ongoing outbreak investigations being managed
Continue Reading FDA continues to investigate outbreaks linked to water, seafood, onions and an unknown source

The Food and Drug Administration has released a partial list of retail establishments that may have sold onions from Mexico that have been implicated in an ongoing outbreak of Salmonella Oranienburg.

However, the list may not be accurate, according to the agency. 

“This list represents the best information currently available
Continue Reading FDA reports Walmart, other stores received onions linked to outbreak

Officials in Mexico are monitoring the U.S. investigation into a Salmonella outbreak associated with onions from the Mexican state of Chihuahua.

The Salmonella Oranienburg outbreak stretches across 37 states and has sickened 808 people, as of an Oct. 29 update from the U.S. Centers for Disease and Prevention. Several recalls
Continue Reading U.S. investigation into Salmonella outbreak under watchful eye of Mexico