No Source Found For E. Coli; Chipotle Could Reopen MidweekWashington state health officials say they have found no source for the E. coli outbreak related to Chipotle, and the chain's Pacific Northwest restaurants could reopen later this week.
Texans Urged To Wash Produce After Dozens Infected With CyclosporaCyclospora is making people sick across Texas. The parasite is causing intestinal illnesses in the Lone Star State for the third summer in a row.
Whole Foods To Roll Out Produce RankingsSupermarket chain Whole Foods plans to start rolling out a system that ranks fruits and vegetables as good, better or best based on the supplier's farming practices.
Fruit Recall Affects Trader Joe's, Walmart, Costco And Kroger StoresGrocery stores are clearing out portions of their produce sections after a packing company in California found fruit possible tainted with listeria.
Cyclosporiasis Cases Being Investigated In Tarrant CountyWorkers with Tarrant County Public Health (TCPH) are advising healthcare providers to be on the lookout for patients with Cyclosporiasis.
More North Texans Sick With Cyclospora InfectionThe number of North Texans sick with cyclospora, a rare infection spread through raw fruits and vegetables, is growing.
City Of Dallas Sells Farmers Market To Private GroupAfter 73 years of ownership, the City of Dallas has completed it's nearly 3-year quest to privatize the downtown Dallas Farmers Market by handing over ownership and management to DF Market Holdings, LLC.
I-Team: Eat Your Veggies, But Wash Them FirstThe I-Team visited North Texas grocery stores and a Farmer's Market. We bought lettuce, spinach, cilantro, tomatoes and oranges. We swabbed the produce and tested the swabs to see what was lurking on the groceries we bought.
Food Bank Struggling To Pay $10K Electricity Bill Community Food Bank serves 1400 people a day, and is the only place that offers fresh produce and meat. But it's facing a financial problem that could close it's doors.
Environment Group Releases 'Dirty Dozen' Produce List Don't pick up that piece of fruit just yet, a Washington, D.C. based environmental group wants you to know what to look out for in the produce section.