Fresh deli sandwiches made by two different companies and distributed to 7-Eleven stores in 16 states are under recall because they contain Sabra brand hummus that has been recalled because inspectors found Listeria at a Sabra manufacturing plant.

recalled 7-Eleven sandwich Sabra hummusBy the time the recalls for the sandwiches were posted with the Food and Drug Administration late…

Iowa-based Maytag Dairy Farms remains closed and is not expected to resume operations until at least fall in the wake of six recalls earlier this year after Listeria monocytogenes was detected in its blue cheese. The Newton, IA, company issued the initial three recalls Feb. 13, 18 and 26, followed by recalls from three retailers…

UPDATE April 12: Several other retail grocery chains have recalled certain Pictsweet brand frozen vegetables because of possible Listeria contamination from onions. Those retailers include Giant Food, Wegmans, Martin’s, Tops, Stop & Shop and Food Lion. Pictsweet Co. officials have not responded to requests for comment and have not posted any recall information on their

A small number of Walmart stores in undisclosed states carried cantaloupes from Chamberlain Farms, the farm suspected to be the source of a Salmonella outbreak that killed 2 people and sickened at least 204 in 22 states in July and August. No illnesses have been connected to cantaloupes purchased from Walmart, but a spokeswoman for…

Sampling many more food items has not yet produced a source for the E. coli O157:H7 outbreak in the St. Louis area, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) acknowledged late Thursday.

The agency leading the growing team of local, state and federal health officials reported that it was zero for 55 tries …

The place most St. Louis E. coli victims are mentioning in their food diaries — Schnucks — gets A grades almost all the time from restaurant inspectors.

Schnucks, with at least 23 salad, seafood, and deli bars under inspection by the city of St. Louis Department of Health, would appear to be one of the …

According to the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch, federal health investigators from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are in St. Louis to help determine the source and scope of the E. coli outbreak that has so far sickened at least 23 people across the region.

Local hospitals started reporting E. coli infections on Monday in …