Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine is offering a free 16-page Vegetarian Starter Kit to worried carnivores.
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Toby's Family Foods is recalling Toby's Lite Sour Creme and Toby's Toasted Sesame Dressing.
Tristar Food Wholesale is recalling Ferrari Chocolate because it contains undeclared peanuts.
Picnics and barbeques are sure signs that summer will soon be here. But as the temperature rises, so does the number of people who fall ill from food that's improperly prepared or stored.
Coloradans, who purchased certain Moran's ground beef from Albertsons stores, urged to check the product for specific code information and discard it or return it to the place of purchase for a refund.
Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to buy or eat imported fish labeled as monkfish, which actually may be puffer fish, containing a potentially deadly toxin called tetrodotoxin.
A nutrition advocacy group is accusing the Nickelodeon television network of marketing junk food to kids through advertising and licensing deals.
Consumers who have purchased raw milk from Green Acres Jersey Farm in Lebanon any time after May 8 should discard it immediately due to the risk of Listeria monocytogenes contamination.
Kentucky Departments of Public Health reissued fish consumption advisories for the Ohio River bordering Kentucky.
European Commission's Better Training for Safer Food initiative got off to a strong start in 2006, with 1400 participants from around 100 countries attending workshops on a wide variety of topics linked to EU food and feed controls.
Indiana health officials are offering some timely food safety tips.
Middlesex-London Health Unit has issued a Precautionary Drinking Water Advisory relating to the consumption of Mount Brydges municipal water by infants under the age of 6 months.
The recent discovery that feed used on some U.S. fish farms contained the toxin melamine highlights the challenges facing the booming aquaculture sector, which today supplies some 44% of all fish consumed worldwide.
The Hawaii State Department of Health is warning consumers not to eat monk fish because of a possible health risk from a shipment of the monk fish to Hawaii that is under investigation by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Memorial Day signals the start of the summer picnicking and camping season and a health official reminds South Dakotans to remember safe food handling practices.
nSpired Natural Foods is voluntarily recalling all MaraNatha Sesame Tahini in 16-oz sizes with a Use By Date of 04/11/08 and earlier, and 15-lb and 32-lb sizes with an expiration date of 01/05/08 (lot 07130) and earlier.
Abbott's Ross Products Division announced a voluntary nationwide recall of three lots of two-ounce bottles of Similac Special Care 24 Cal / fl. oz. Ready-to-Feed (RTF) Premature Infant Formula with Iron.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to buy or eat imported fish labeled as monkfish, which actually may be puffer fish, containing a potentially deadly toxin called tetrodotoxin.
The Health Protection Agency is carrying out an investigation into a rise in the number of human cases of Salmonella Senftenberg.
Newton urges all Iowans to practice safe food handling practices to ensure that this summer is a healthy one.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand invited comment on proposed changes to the Australia New Zealand Food Standards Code - regulations that apply to all food sold in Australia and New Zealand.
The Rhode Island Department of Health advises consumers not to eat any oysters purchased from Bridgeport Seafood in Tiverton.
The American Public Health Association announced its support for legislation to expand access to affordable healthy foods for at-risk populations, such as school children, low-income senior citizens and families living in underserved areas.
Barbeque season has begun and Health Canada would like to remind Canadians of steps they can take to avoid food borne illness from E. coli bacteria from ground beef.
The Arizona Department of Health has confirmed 11 cases of hepatitis A in Maricopa County. All reported eating raw oysters in Puerto Penasco in March and are recovering.
During the warm summer months the state Department of Health recommends that recreational harvesters cook shellfish to avoid getting sick.