Another company has recalled enoki mushrooms from Korea after they tested positive for Listeria bacterial contamination.
Dozens more E. coli illnesses have been linked to clover sprouts in multiple outbreaks of food poisoning.
A recall was issued for tail-on butterfly shrimp sold at sushi bars in supermarkets across 40 states due to a risk of bacterial contamination that can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, and body chills.
WinCo has recalled bags of frozen blackberries and mixed berries due to a risk of Norovirus contamination. No illnesses were reported.
Four people died and 36 were infected in an outbreak of Listeria linked to enoki mushrooms imported from Korea.
Another outbreak of E. coli has been linked to sprouts on Jimmy John's sandwiches, with 14 illnesses reported in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Texas, and Utah since January 6.
Jimmy John's said it will stop serving sprouts after the FDA linked its sandwiches to 5 outbreaks of E. coli and Salmonella since 2012.
The FDA issued another warning to pet owners after antibiotic-resistant Salmonella was found in a store-bought sample of Aunt Jeni's Frozen Raw Pet Food.
Blendtopia recalled a variety of Superfood Smoothie Kits that were sold at Whole Foods due to a risk of Listeria contamination.
Nuts 'N More recalled Plain Peanut Spread after a finished product tested positive for Listeria, a bacteria that can cause severe food poisoning infections.