Make sure you handle your food properly by following these Thanksgiving Food Safety Tips during the holiday season.
South Florida Produce LLC is currently recalling peppers because of a possible health risk.
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Odwalla, Inc. had recalled Odwalla Chocolate Protein Monster beverage on April 5, 2012.
An investigation is currently underway involving a recall of 16,800 pounds of ground beef patties.
A Belgian chocolate bar is being recalled because food safety authorities discovered undeclared milk.
After consuming a wrap from KFC, a girl from Australia sustained serious brain damage.
Various meat products are being recalled because they were not properly inspected and could be contaminated, according to news reports.
Publix, Winn-Dixie, Walmart and Kroger are recalling ground beef that could be contaminated by E. coli, according to news reports.
Ground beef that was distributed to restaurants is being recalled because it is possibly tainted with E. coli O157:H7, according to the USDA.
Ludwig Dairy Products announced the recall of all of its brand name products after they found that equipment was allowing raw milk to mix with pasteurized milk.
New reports say federal officials knew about Salmonella at a turkey plant a year before the fatal outbreak.
The American Association of Poison Control Centers don’t want you to ignore food recalls. Follow these steps to protect yourself:
The food safety bill places stricter standards on imported foods, give the government broad new powers to increase inspections of food processing facilities.
Consumers with an egg allergy will want to check their freezers from frozen breaded chicken wings that are for the undeclared allergen.
Vita Foods announced the recall of a smoked salmon product due to its potential contamination with Listeria, an organism that can result in serious infections.
Lettieri’s Foods, Inc. is recalling their breakfast sandwiches because they could contain an undeclared additive, according to the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service.