The grocery chain is recalling cantaloupe sold at 253 supercenters across Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.
New Zealand health officials are investigating whether a new outbreak of COVID-19, the country's first after more than 100 days, could have been imported through frozen food packaging.
The COVID-19 outbreak has caused America's meat processing plants to temporarily close as workers test positive for the coronavirus, and fueling fears of substantial price increases on meat.
China's food-processing factories provide most of what goes into vegan burger patties and other meat replacements made by market leaders Beyond Meat and Impossible foods—an arrangement that could damage their standing among consumers in the coronavirus age.
"This ban also responds to the demand and spirit of human civilization," a spokesperson for the Shenzhen government said.
A recent study conducted by healthybabyfood.com says that 168 brands of baby food include toxic heavy metals which might damage a baby's cognitive development.
A group of former inmates at an Arizona prison say they were served meat labelled "not for human consumption," echoing several other claims made by prisoners allegedly served unfit meat in recent years.
Last week two stores faced unrelated incidents of customers urinating on sale items, capping off a rough month for Walmart's press team.
Should you wash raw chicken before cooking? The advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention proved controversial.
Both ate the cereal without getting sick, according to reports.
The recalls are not nationwide, but are limited to a dozen states.
Factory worker advocates urge that eliminating poultry plant line limits would make this dangerous job worse.
Brands affected include Sabrett, Papaya King and Western Beef.
Some of the pistachio products were sold in Trader Joe's stores.
The company will be addressing food safety issues with its staff following an E. coli outbreak.
The product "may be adulterated because of having an 'off odor' scent," the USDA said
One in six Americans are sickened every year from food-borne diseases, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In the second-largest food safety recall of 2015, Kraft Heinz is yanking more than 2 million pounds of Oscar Mayer turkey bacon from store shelves.