An E. coli outbreak from romaine lettuce grown in the Salinas, California region "appears to be over," according to health officials.
In its second recall this month, Lipari Foods has expanded a recall for Premo and Fresh Grab sandwiches due to a risk of Listeria.
Mylan Pharmaceuticals recalled 3 batches of the ulcer medication Nizatidine due to contamination with a cancer-causing chemical.
Limeño LLC recalled "Salvadorean String Cheese" (Quesillo Cheese) for pupusas after it tested positive for Listeria contamination.
Over 90 people in 11 states have been infected with Salmonella after eating pre-cut mixed fruit that was distributed to nursing homes, schools, hospitals, and other facilities with food services.
Mavidon recalled all of its products worldwide after a baby was infected with B. cepacia and the FDA found that multiple samples of LemonPrep tested positive for bacterial contamination.
A massive recall for hard-boiled eggs has expanded to include dozens of products sold by more than 30 different brand-names, including Trader Joe's, Kirkland Signature, Kroger, Egglands Best, and more.
Half of all U.S. states have reported illnesses in an E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce that has sickened at least 138 people.
The CDC is warning that bulk hard-boiled eggs from Almark Foods are linked to an outbreak of Listeria that sickened at least 7 people.
GE Healthcare recalled its Giraffe Incubator, Giraffe OmniBed and Carestations manufactured since April 2008 after 6 infants fell out of the beds and were seriously injured when the bedside panels opened.