The voluntary recall affects about 2,100 cases of its 10-ounce Classic Hummus, which was distributed across16 states. So far, there have been no reported cases of illness related to the recall, but here's how to check if you've been affected.
Salmonella linked to bird feeders is to blame for recent deaths affecting certain species of North American finches.
The grocery chain is recalling cantaloupe sold at 253 supercenters across Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Kentucky and Wisconsin.
Aldi voluntarily recalled bagged peaches in at least 20 states due to concerns of salmonella contamination.
Individuals infected with salmonella may develop symptoms such as diarrhea, fever, and stomach cramps.
The bags of shrimp in question were sold under brand names including Aqua Star Reserve, Fresh Market and Wellsley Farms.
The cheese dips are believed to contain possibly contaminated onions from California involved in a recent outbreak.
As of July, 396 individuals from 34 states have been infected with salmonella after eating the onions.
In addition to failing to go through the usual food inspection processes, the products came from Vietnam—a country that is not eligible to export poultry products to the U.S. or any meat products aside from catfish.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria is on the rise in livestock, which could affect human health.
The salmonella bacteria can cause symptoms including diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps, according to the CDC.
The case follows the death of Sam Ballard, who recently died from rat lungworm after eating a garden slug for a dare at a party.
The FDA are advising people not to eat Karawan, El-Karawan, or SoCo labeled tahini products.
Should you wash raw chicken before cooking? The advice from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention proved controversial.
Two products were recalled this week for misbranding and undeclared allergens, the USDA announced.
Hundreds of thousands of pounds of products were affected by the latest recall.
The issue came to light after a customer told Frito-Lay that their popcorn bag contained tortilla chips.
The foods included prepared green curry and tomato basil chicken and vegetables.
Customers have been urged to discard products that were produced between July 1 through October 10.
"This is the first time that any salmonella has been found in old human remains in Europe," one researcher said.
More recalls could be on the way.
If the turkey is fully cooked, it's safe to eat.
The full list of suspect items includes variations of Ritz Crackers and Ritz Bits, as manufacturer hopes to avoid feared outbreak.