Salmonella Senftenberg

The FDA won’t comment on a key element in its investigation into the conditions at a peanut butter plant linked to an outbreak of infections from Salmonella Senftenberg.

Warning letters are routinely sent to companies after inspections turn up deficiencies or illegal conditions at food facilities, especially if the problems

Continue Reading The federal agency won’t say if it sent a warning letter to makers of Jif peanut butter

According to documents from the Food and Drug Administration, the agency received hundreds of complaints about illnesses related to Jif peanut butter and an outbreak of Salmonella infections earlier this year.

However, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported only 21 confirmed patients across 17 states in its official

Continue Reading Hundreds of consumers filed complaints thinking their illnesses were caused by Jif

The Salmonella outbreak linked to peanut butter earlier this year has a history that’s coming out. It was Jif brand peanut butter manufactured by the J.M. Smucker Company in Lexington, KY, that was infecting people with Salmonella Senftenberg.

Jif peanut butter was recalled this past May by J.M. Smucker and

Continue Reading J.M. Smucker knew about Jif’s Salmonella trouble but did not report it as required by law

The United States and Canada are part of an outbreak affecting Europe because of Salmonella in tahini and halva from Syria.

The United States has reported six Salmonella Mbandaka cases, one in 2020 and the rest this year.

Interviews were conducted with two people: both report shopping at international markets
Continue Reading U.S. and Canada part of Salmonella outbreak linked to tahini and halva

More sick people and Salmonella types are part of an outbreak in Europe linked to tahini and halva from Syria.

More than 120 people have now been affected since 2019 in Germany, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and the Netherlands with at least five types of Salmonella linked to the outbreak. Officials
Continue Reading Salmonella outbreak linked to tahini and halva from Syria expands in Europe