It’s time to check your pantry. J.M. Smucker is recalling 16-ounce jars of its Natural Peanut Butter Chunky sold in Michigan because of possible salmonella contamination.
Contaminated organic eggs, which Minnesota agriculture and health officials have linked to six cases of salmonella sickness, have made it to Michigan.
Kroger is recalling ice cream sold in Michigan and nine other states because it may contain peanuts not mentioned on the label.
Federal agriculture officials say Tyson Fresh Meats Inc. is recalling about 131,300 pounds of ground beef that might be contaminated with E. coli.
A Chicago-based company is recalling more than 8,000 packages of smoked Atlantic salmon due to the potential for contamination with a deadly bacteria.
The USDA has issued a list of Southeastern Michigan stores that may have sold the salmonella tainted ground turkey that was recalled last week.
The first sickness was in March and the first signs of a salmonella outbreak appeared in May. Yet investigators waited until August to announce a recall.
Remember the massive Jennie-O Turkey Burger recall from last weekend? Now, the CDC is reporting the outbreak strain of Salmonella Hadar bacteria responsible for the contamination is resistant to many commonly prescribed antibiotics.
If you’re thinking of making turkey burgers for dinner tonight – you may want to check your freezer.