Dole has issued another recall for pre-packaged salads from Walmart, HEB, Kroger and other stores due to Listeria, just one month after Dole salads were linked to a deadly outbreak of Listeria illnesses in 13 states.
Around 28,000 pounds of ground beef from WinCo, Walmart, Kroger and Albertsons were recalled after a product tested positive for E. coli.
Two types of organic bagged "Power Greens" salad mixes have been linked to an E. coli outbreak, with 13 illnesses reported from six states, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Dole recalled a wide variety of salads after a deadly outbreak of Listeria infections in 13 states, with illnesses dating back to 2014.
Alexander & Hornung, a unit of Perdue Premium Meat Co., recalled 2.3 million pounds of 27 different pepperoni and ham products, including products from Whole Foods and other major grocery stores.
TJ Farms Select Frozen Cauliflower was recalled in Pennsylvania, Tennessee and Wisconsin due to a risk of Listeria infections.
Around 230,000 pounds of fully-cooked ham and pepperoni was recalled after Listeria bacteria was found.
Conagra recalled Birds Eye® Frozen Broccoli Tots after two people suffered tooth damage due to metal fragments and small rocks.
Smoked salmon sold under brands like Aqua Nova, North Coast, and Tony's has been recalled due to a risk of Listeria infections.