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.
Facing pressure from the FDA, an Idaho sprout producer has recalled its alfalfa and spicy sprouts because they may be linked to 21 cases of salmonella poisoning, including some in New Jersey.
The Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers not to eat Evergreen Produce brand alfalfa sprouts or spicy sprouts because they may be linked to 20 cases of salmonella poisoning.
Tomatoes distributed to California, North Carolina, South Carolina, Alabama, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Georgia are being recalled after a sample tested positive for salmonella.
The FDA has recalled 138 pounds of cilantro, distributed to six locations on Long Island and New York City, from Satur Farms in Cutchogue because of possible salmonella contamination.
Two New York State legislators want to require farmers in the state to vaccinate hens against salmonella, which sickened thousands of Americans and triggered the largest egg recall in U.S. history.
The salmonella scare may not be over.
New York agricultural officials say some packages of alfalfa sprouts from Snow White Food Products Inc. are being recalled due to the presence of salmonella.
An Iowa egg producer is recalling 228 million eggs after being linked to an outbreak of salmonella poisoning.
A third of all U.S. families have a pet and the threat of a salmonella outbreak linked to two popular brands of dry pet food last week has many on edge. A study released Monday finds pets can give family members the illness — even when they show no sign of being sick.