Marcho Farms, Inc., a meat company in Souderton, Pennsylvania, has recalled approximately 5,600 pounds of boneless veal and ground veal, beef, and pork products due to a possible risk of E. coli.
WFSP Foods LLC. is recalling more than 42,000 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken breast products due to undercooking, which could result in the presence of harmful bacteria including E. coli, salmonella and campylobacter.
SoyNut Butter was recalled on March 7 after an outbreak of E. coli. The current case count stands at 29 illnesses in twelve states, with 83% of the victims under 18 years old.
Pro Sports Club is recalling nearly 37,000 protein bars because they include soy butter made by the SoyNut Butter Co., which has recalled all of its products after they were linked to a nationwide E. coli outbreak that has sickened...
H & B Packing Co., Inc., has recalled more than 73,000 pounds of boneless beef products over potential contamination with E. coli O103, a bacterium that causes severe food poisoning illness.
Two children in Oregon and two in Washington State have been infected with an outbreak strain of E. coli linked to contaminated I.M. Healthy SoyNut Butter.
The peanut-free butter substitute "I.M. Healthy SoyNut Butter" was recalled after a dozen people had severe food poisoning with E. coli. Most victims were children and 50% were hospitalized.
The Ohio Farms Packing Co. is recalling several thousand boxes of boneless veal products for possible contamination with E. coli, a bacterium that causes severe food poisoning illness.
A jury in Minnesota awarded $7.55 million on behalf of a 10 year-old girl who was infected with E. coli at a petting zoo on a pumpkin farm.
At least 42 people are sick across the nation after eating flour contaminated with E. coli. The recall has expanded to include two flavors of Betty Crocker cake mix.