Continental Mills, Seattle, WA is recalling 2976, 5 lb. boxes of GFS Buttermilk Pancake Mix because they may contain undeclared egg.
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Cibo Specialty Foods is voluntarily recalling the following olive products sold under the "DAL RACCOLTO" brand.
Researchers from The Netherlands have identified a protein in the digestive tract of chickens that may serve as an antimicrobial agent against food-borne pathogens.
Treatment with probiotic bacteria reduced Salmonella infection in pigs, major causes of food-borne gastroenteritis, and may have potential human applications.
Made by combining heroin and crushed tablets of certain overthecounter common cold medication, cheese heroin is considered a starter drug and is being used by children as young as 12 years of age.
The proposed rule would amend FDA's current regulations for the processing of low acid canned foods such as beans, corn, peas, and potatoes.
A draft final guidance advising processors of fresh-cut produce how to minimize microbial food safety hazards common to the processing of most fresh-cut fruits and vegetables.
The Vermont Department of Health is reminding Vermonters of the dangers of drinking milk that has not been pasteurized.
Repeated headlines about food recalls and warnings make many people nervous and raise community concerns about what is safe to eat.
Carolina Culinary Foods firm is voluntarily expanding its Feb.18 recall of fully cooked Oscar Mayer Louis Rich chicken breast cuts and strips.
FDA advises consumers to avoid eating raw oysters harvested from this area after February 1, 2007.
DPH is recalling all soft cheese produced by Martin Cheese Company because of the potential of inadequate pasteurization.
Reminding consumers of the dangers of drinking milk that has not been pasteurized, known as raw milk.
ConAgra today announced that it recalled voluntarily all varieties of Peter Pan Peanut Butter for safety and salmonella concerns.
Updating the health advisory regarding salmonella contamination of all Peter Pan peanut butter products and certain Great Value peanut butter.
One suspected case of salmonella linked to recalled peanut butter has been reported to the North Dakota Department of Health, according to State Epidemiologist Kirby Kruger. Further testing is underway to confirm the suspected case.
The case reported to the Department of Health is a child younger than 10 who has been ill with diarrhea, abdominal cramps, vomiting and fever. The child, who reportedly had eaten Peter Pan brand peanut butter before becoming ill, was not hospitalized and is recovering.
The State Health Department's Wadsworth Center laboratory has confirmed a sample of peanut butter purchased in New York State is positive for Salmonella.
New York City Health Department officials closed a Taco Bell fast food restaurant in Greenwich Village, New York this Friday due to discovering rats in the restaurant.
Fish Consumption Advisory, an annual report summarizing fish species that should be avoided or eaten in limited quantities.
Earth's Best Organic 2 Apple Peach Barley Wholesome Breakfast baby food should not be used because of the risk of contamination with Clostridium botulinum.
The FDA warns that Organic 2 Apple Peach Barley Wholesome breakfast jars, which are available individually and in variety packs, are unsafe to eat.
People who have gotten sick after eating Peter Pan or Great Value brands of peanut butter should see their medical provider to determine if testing for Salmonella is needed.
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