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.
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.
Did you buy a frozen pizza at Walmart recently? Check the label because it may be contaminated with Listeria. Over 10.6 tons of Marketside Extra Large Supreme Pizzas were recalled in 11 states.
Whole Foods expanded a recall for raw milk cheese made by celebrity cheesemaker Jos Vulto after an outbreak of Listeria killed 2 people and infected 4 other victims. One victim is a newborn baby. The family of a 73 year-old...
Two people died and 4 others had severe Listeria infections from eating Vulto Creamery raw milk cheese. Whole Foods recalled the cheese from 9 stores on the East Coast.
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.
Wayne Farms LLC has issued a recall for 6 tons of ready-to-eat “Waffle Breaded Bites” chicken nuggets sold at Food Lion stores in 10 states after complaints of the products being undercooked.