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Bacterium Listeria monocytogenes are found in soil and water, which can, in turn, contaminate vegetables, animals, processed foods, and unpasteurized foods. Unlike other strains of bacteria, listeriosis multiplies in foods stored in the refrigerator.

Stop & Shop, Giant, and Martin’s Recall Private Brand Frozen Broccolli – Connecticut Department...

Frozen broccoli recall affects three grocery stores Stop & Shop, Giant, and Martin’s have all recalled private brand frozen broccoli because the product is potentially...
French Broad Farm source of e. coli contamination in kids

Pennsylvania State Department of Agriculture Announces that Routine Sampling of Pool Forge Raw Milk,...

Pennsylvania Dept of Agriculture warns against tainted milk The Pennsylvania State Department of Agriculture is warning consumers to discard tainted raw milk because of a...
Microgreen Listeria Contamination Recall

Washington State: Greenbelt Greenhouse LTD of British Columbia, Canada, Has Recalled All of...

Greenbelt Microgreen products recalled in Washington state Microgreens produced in Canada and sold in the state of Washington have been recalled because they have the...
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The Ziegenfelder Company Issues Voluntarily Recall of Budget $aver Cherry Pineapple Monster Pops...

3000 cases of ice pops potentially contaminated with listeria A company based in Wheeling, West Virginia, has recalled approximately 3,000 cases of ice pops as...
If you have been affected by the cheese recalls, please contact the food poisoning lawyers at 1-888-335-4901 to learn more about your options.

Formagerie de la Brie Brand Cheese, Sold by World’s Best Cheeses of Armonk, NY,...

Soft ripened cheese recalled by World’s Best Cheeses A soft cheese made by a French company and sold by World’s Best Cheeses of Armonk, NY,...
The recalled products were not heat treated, shelf stable, ready-to-eat meat items that were packaged on January 19, 2018. The meat products were shipped to a number of retail locations throughout the US and were exported to Canada. The following products have been recalled:

Explorateur French Triple Crème Cheese Recalled by Whole Foods Due to Listeria

Explorateur French Triple Crème cheese recalled by Whole Foods Cheese that may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes has been voluntarily recalled by Whole Foods. The...
Vulto Listeria Outbreak

Vulto Creamery, LLC, Identified as the Source of Listeria-Contaminated Cheese Products

Black mold, rust, and other unsafe conditions found at cheese-making facility Without admitting or denying allegations made by the US Department of Justice on behalf...
Listeria bacteria was found on the production line after a routine sampling by the company. Food safety concerns can arise when bacteria is transferred from a previously produced food product. In addition, unlike other strains of bacteria, listeriosis multiplies in foods stored in the refrigerator, so if a consumer were to thaw a frozen mini éclair that had been contaminated by listeria, it would cause that bacteria to spread.

Delizza Brand Belgian Frozen Custard Mini Eclairs, Made by Poppies International, Inc., in Battleboro,...

Mini eclairs recalled for potential health risk A North Carolina company has issued a voluntary recall of frozen, packaged mini eclairs due to a serious...
Raw milk is unpasteurized. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) advises against consuming raw milk as it can harbor dangerous microorganisms that can pose serious health risks. Raw milk can carry dangerous bacteria such as Salmonella, E. coli, and Listeria, which are responsible for causing numerous foodborne illnesses.

The Maiden’s Creamery “Wild Meadow” Raw Goat Milk Cheese Manufactured by Mark Harvey Found...

Listeria-contaminated goat milk cheese should not be consumed Raw goat milk cheese that has been linked to possible listeria contamination should not be consumed, warned...
The recalled products were not heat treated, shelf stable, ready-to-eat meat items that were packaged on January 19, 2018. The meat products were shipped to a number of retail locations throughout the US and were exported to Canada. The following products have been recalled:

Whole Foods Listeria Recall on Ready-to-Eat Salami, Pepperoni, Chorizo, and Sopressata Meat Products Made...

Whole Foods stores involved in recall of tainted meat products Ready-to-eat salami, pepperoni, chorizo, and sopressata meat products made by Olli Salumeria Americana in Oceanside,...

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La Rosita Fresh Market Inc. Recalls Ground Beef Products due to Possible E. coli...

La Rosita Fresh Market Inc., a Mt. Prospect, Ill. retail store, is recalling approximately 54 pounds of raw ground beef products that may...

La Rosita Fresh Market Inc. Recalls Ground Beef Products due to Possible E. coli...

La Rosita Fresh Market Inc., a Mt. Prospect, Ill. retail store, is recalling roughly 54 pounds of raw ground beef products that...
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Salmonella in Flour: A Rare but Potentially Deadly Reality

Salmonella in Flour The parent company of Pillsbury products, Hometown Food Company, made a voluntary recall roughly 12,245 cases of flour. The product lots affected...