62,000 Pounds Of Raw Meat From Aurora Packing Company Recalled Due To E. Coli ConcernsThe U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service has issued a recall for more than 62,000 pounds of raw beef that was packaged by the Aurora Packing Company due to E. coli concerns.
Report: Recalls Of Hazardous Meat And Poultry Up 83 Percent Since 2013The study found recalls of produce and processed food by the FDA increased about two percent from 2013 to 2018 and the most hazardous meat and poultry recalls by the USDA increased by 83 percent.
CDC: Romaine Lettuce E. Coli Outbreak 'Appears To Be Over'The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday that the E. coli outbreak linked to romaine lettuce "appears to be over."
CDC Warning: 'Say No To Raw Cookie Dough'Are cookies on the menu for your family this holiday season? Take note! Officials are warning people not to eat the raw cookie dough.
California Could Be Source Of Tainted Romaine Lettuce, FDA SaysThe FDA is looking at California as a potential source of romaine lettuce tainted with a potentially deadly strain E. coli.
Over 132,000 Pounds Of Ground Beef Recalled; Meat Linked To Death & IllnessesThe USDA is recalling ground beef products sold nationwide that are believed to be responsible for several illnesses and one death.
Texas Company Recalls Nearly 500 Pounds Of Ground BeefA Texas company has recalled 489 pounds of frozen raw ground beef that may be contaminated with E. coli.
5 Dead, Nearly 200 Sickened In Romaine Lettuce OutbreakFour more deaths have been linked to a national food poisoning outbreak blamed on tainted Arizona-grown romaine lettuce, bringing the total to five.
Restaurants Try To Calm Customers, Say Their Romaine Is SafeAt many restaurants across the country, romaine is still on the menu. Both family-run operations and big chains say they've checked with suppliers and are confident their romaine comes from places that aren't affected by E. coli.
More Illnesses In E. Coli Outbreak Linked To Romaine LettuceThe number of people who are being hospitalized due to a multistate E. coli outbreak linked to chopped romaine lettuce continues to grow, the CDC said.