French authorities have revealed that at least four babies have been sickened by Salmonella linked to powdered milk made in Spain.

The four confirmed patients, aged between 2 months and 10 months, fell ill between August and the end of December 2018. Three other cases are being investigated to determine
Continue Reading Another Salmonella outbreak traced to baby formula; recall initiated

The fields where the cucumbers were grown were likely in Baja, Mexico, but how they became contaminated with Salmonella Poona remains unknown. And there is no report of any U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) investigator holding up a “smoking” cucumber or being on Mexican soil. Nevertheless, last year’s multi-state
Continue Reading Salmonella Poona outbreak ends without a ‘smoking’ cucumber

Mexican cucumbers in boxAndrew & Williamson, the San Diego-based company linked to a Salmonella Poona outbreak that has sickened 558 people and killed three, recently announced that it intends to donate to a STOP Foodborne Illness campaign to educate emergency room doctors about foodborne illness. David Murray, a partner at Andrew & Williamson,
Continue Reading Cucumber Producer Will Donate to Food Safety Education Campaign

The San Diego-based produce distributor that recalled Mexican cucumbers linked to the multi-state Salmonella Poona outbreak is busy trying to find the source of the problem. Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce, a family-owned farming, packing and shipping operation, announced the recall of its Limited Edition brand cucumbers on Sept. 4
Continue Reading U.S. Distributor of Recalled Mexican Cucumbers Searches for Salmonella Source

salmonella-cucumbers A Minnesota woman who says she was sickened by Salmonella-tainted cucumbers is suing the San Diego-based produce company which imported and distributed them. Marler Clark, the Seattle-based food safety law firm, has filed a lawsuit against Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce Inc. on behalf Kathleen R. Dvergsten, a resident
Continue Reading First Suit Filed in Outbreak Linked to Salmonella-Tainted Cucumbers