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~Many cases of peanut butter are being recalled because the jars may be contaminated.  According to the Food and Drug Administration, Arrowhead Mills peanut butter may have salmonella poisoning.  Also, peanut butters that are sold under Whole Foods, Safeway, Trade Joes, and Kroger’s brands may also be contaminated. Customers must toss out these potentially hazardous...

Salmonella is the main bacteria that cause food poisoning, usually found in poultry and eggs. However, these bacteria can sneak its way into many other foods like ground beef, tomatoes and even crushed red peppers (the 2010 Daniele International Inc. crushed red pepper recall). Most food borne illnesses have declined in the last two decades, but Salmonella infections have...

Lettuce recalls are used as cautious reactions, to site inspections that have returned negative test results for certain contaminants.   There may or not be any need to worry about the specific lettuce product that you have purchased.  Some lettuce recalls are conducted for preventive measures only.  There can be some need to worry about other lettuce recalls.  Research...

Frozen stuffed chicken is a really convenient option for the end of the busy workday. It can quickly be turned into a delicious dinner but did you know that improper cooking increases the risk of salmonella infection? Salmonella is a type of bacteria found in raw meat, eggs and similar products. Improper handling of such products and failure to adhere to the right cooking...

Do you remember a couple of years ago when The Quaker Oats Company recalled some boxes of its popular Aunt Jemima Pancake and Waffle mixes; this was due to potential salmonella contamination. Based on information taken from an article on the WebMD site, the recall includes approximately 12,000 boxes.  Thankfully, most of the products weren’t on store shelves and the...

Several hundred different brands of in shell pistachio nuts, shelled pistachio nuts, trail mix, mixed nuts and some ice creams have recently been added to the list of recalled pistachio food products. FDA warning The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) continues to warn the public not to eat pistachio nuts or any food product containing pistachio nuts. The warning includes...

Pistachio recall spreads across the country. The fear of salmonella poisoning has prompted more food producers to being a voluntary recall of all their pistachio food products. Salmonella scare Recently the bacteria salmonella has been traced to a million pound batch of Pistachio nuts. The news has lead to a growing number of food producers to voluntarily recall pistachio...