The recall followed an investigation from June 2 into a possible contamination, with the Food Safety and Inspection Service finding 28 people affected.
E. coli, short for Escherichia coli, is a potentially deadly bacterium that can cause dehydration, bloody diarrhea, and abdominal cramps.
The potential risk of salmonella contamination in the food seasoning items was highlighted by the FDA during routine testing.
Around 1,600 people suffer from Listeriosis in the United States each year, and about 260 people die from it.
Listeria can cause "serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems," says the FDA.
One death has been reported in Texas. Symptoms of listeriosis include fever, muscle aches, confusion and loss of balance.
Meatballs recalled include Swedish, chicken and beef, homestyle and Italian, and pork products include rib-shaped patties.
The Food and Drug Administration recalled the frozen treats made by Weis Markets over concerns the products could be "contaminated with extraneous material, specifically metal filling equipment parts."
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is recalling a number of brands manufactured by Midwestern Pet Foods after batches were found to contain potentially fatal levels of aflatoxin.
An investigation is underway after a potentially deadly levels of a mold byproduct were discovered in cat and dog food.
The ready-to-eat chicken salad products were shipped to retailers in North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia.
Aldi voluntarily recalled bagged peaches in at least 20 states due to concerns of salmonella contamination.
The chicken soup products failed to disclose they contained two known allergens—milk and soy—as well as beef and pork.
Food company product labels neglected to mention serious allergens including peanuts, oysters, milk, wheat and soy.
The recalled Pilgrim's Pride frozen chicken nuggets were shipped to Arizona, Idaho, Oregon, and Texas.
122 people with lab-confirmed cyclospora infections in seven Midwestern states had reported eating the bagged salad mix before getting sick, according to the CDC.
The typically vegetarian product was found to contain chicken and soya, an allergen.
The recall affects 10-ounce boxes of Mac's Chicharrones Pork Skins Hot and Spicy Variety Pack produced by Evans Food Group.
According to the recall, there have been no reports of adverse reactions from consuming these products.
The company said separately packaged eggs may be infected with a bacteria that causes listeriosis.
Five pound-bags of flour from two companies were voluntarily recalled due to possible E. coli contamination.
Over 75,000 pounds of romaine lettuce have been recalled after federal authorities determined it was the likely source of an E. coli outbreak.
A Michigan-based produce company has recalled over 2,000 crates of fresh apples, citing concerns that the fruit may carry a bacterium that can cause serious health problems.
Taco Bell informed the Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) that three customers had complained about finding metal shavings in their food.
Tip Top Poultry has expanded its recall list due to concerns over listeria, a bacterium that can cause serious health problems for the infected, including stillbirths for pregnant women.
Two products were recalled this week for misbranding and undeclared allergens, the USDA announced.
President Donald Trump's eldest son shared a vegetarian-baiting meme on Instagram.
The sausages were recalled after a customer discovered plastic in their food.
More recalls could be on the way.