Four pet food companies have issued recalls for their products after reports surfaced of salmonella contamination causing deaths in animals and serious illnesses in human children.
The FDA has announced recalls for 3 separate dog-treat products due to possible contamination with Salmonella.
The French company that earlier this month issued a massive worldwide recall for millions of baby formula products has extended the action after identifying the source of salmonella contamination at the firm’s plant.
A Canadian firm is recalling about 1,076 pounds of salami and speck products that were shipped to distribution centers in Michigan, California, Illinois, New Jersey and New York because they may be tainted with salmonella, a bacterium that causes severe...
Goya de Puerto Rico has recalled jars of adobo with cumin or pepper seasonings due to a risk of contamination with Salmonella.
Darwin’s Natural Pet Products is recalling certain lots of its Natural Selections raw dog food due to potential contamination with salmonella, a bacterium that causes severe illness in both humans and pets.
Lactalis and French health officials have issued a global recall for “several million” baby formula products after at least 26 infants fell ill with salmonella poisoning.
A recall has been issued for frozen yellowfin tuna loins that were sold out of the seafood department at grocery stores in 6 states due to a possible risk of contamination with Salmonella.
A recall has been issued for Spicely Organics Tarragon after a sample tested positive for Salmonella.