Health officials are investigating an outbreak of Listeria linked to Enoki Mushrooms in Michigan and Nevada.
Yet another deadly outbreak of Listeria has been linked to deli meat and cheeses, according to a new warning from health officials.
After an outbreak of Listeria illnesses, dozens of brands of Brie and Camembert cheese were recalled from Target, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Safeway, and many other stores.
More than 87,000 pounds of fully-cooked, ready-to-eat meat products were recalled in 3 states due to a risk of food poisoning.
Kroger stores in Georgia, South Carolina and Alabama recalled dozens of ready-to-eat vegetable items due to a risk of food poisoning.
A recall has been issued for St. James Smokehouse Scotch Reserve Smoked Salmon due to a risk of food poisoning with Listeria bacteria.
Wegmans Lemon Dill Finishing Butter was recalled from stores on the East Cost due to a risk of Listeria contamination in the dill.
Publix and Wegmans stores in Florida, Georgia, New York, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania recalled Little Bear® Vidalia sweet onions due to a risk of food poisoning.
A deadly outbreak of Listeria illnesses in 10 states has been linked to Big Olaf® ice cream made in Sarasota, Florida.