An outbreak of E. coli in Philadelphia has infected at least 19 people, likely from "a few shared restaurant exposures," according to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health.
A recall has been expanded for wild-caught yellowfin tuna steaks after an outbreak of scombroid fish poisoning sickened at least 5 people.
Yellowfin tuna steaks sold at Kroger stores in 16 states were recalled after several people in Ohio suffered scombroid poisoning, an illness that occurs when fish has not been properly refrigerated or preserved.
A recall has been issued for Brutus & Barnaby pig ear dog treats due to a possible risk of Salmonella contamination.
Health officials are warning pet owners not to buy or feed pets ANY pig ear dog treats after dozens of kids under 5 years old were infected with Salmonella.
A recall was issued for Tip Top®, PERDUE®, Gordon®, Sysco®, and West Creek® frozen, diced, fully-cooked chicken after a sample tested positive for Listeria bacteria contamination.
Another brand of pig ear dog treats were recalled due to a risk of contamination with Salmonella amid a nationwide outbreak that has sickened at least 127 people in 33 states, according to the CDC.
Consumer Reports found Listeria bacteria in 6 samples of kale, lettuce and spinach from major grocery stores such as Costco, Whole Foods, Hannaford and Acme.
At least 3 lawsuits have been filed by people who were infected with the Cyclospora parasite after eating fresh basil at Cooper's Hawk Winery & Restaurant in Jacksonville, Florida.