A recall has been issued for peanut and almond butters sold at Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and other grocery stores.
Washing a turkey before cooking it seems to make sense but experts told CBS 2’s Maurice Dubois that it could be creating a culinary crime scene.
Carolina Prime Pet, Inc., is voluntarily recalling 5-count packages of Priority Total Pet Care All Natural Bullstrips after Salmonella was detected during testing by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.
The company says the product has the potential to be contaminated with salmonella, which can affect animals eating the products and pose a risk to humans from handling contaminated pet products.
At least one of those salmonella cases linked to the peanut butter has been reported in New York City.
Fourteen people have gotten sick after coming in contact with dogs that ate the food. The company is now recalling several varieties of dry dog food that may be contaminated with salmonella.
Diamond Pet Foods has issued a voluntary recall of limited batches of their dry pet food manufactured between December 9, 2011, and April 7, 2012. The recall is due to salmonella concerns.
Dole Food Co.’s fresh vegetables division is recalling 756 cases of bagged salad, because they could be contaminated with salmonella.
Do you have any spicy tuna sushi in the fridge? Well beware, because there’s a big salmonella scare. 116 people nationwide — 24 in New York — have gotten salmonella after eating sushi, including nine in Suffolk County and two in Nassau County.
Diamond Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling its Diamond Naturals Lamb Meal & Rice dry dog food because it may be contaminated with salmonella.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg was crowing Tuesday about New York City’s restaurant letter grade system.
Health officials said the liver contaminated with salmonella was manufactured by Schreiber Processing Corp. They said 89 cases of foodborne illness have been linked to the product, including 56 in New York City and 33 in nine upstate counties.
Taylor Farms Retail Inc. is voluntarily recalling 3,265 cases of various bagged salad blends that have the potential to be contaminated with salmonella. Some of the products were distributed in New York.
The turkey on the shelves now is considered safe, but one person in California has died and at least 76 people have fallen ill and the number is growing.
New York is among the states where between one and three cases of illness was linked to the outbreak.