If you’re planning an Easter egg hunt or cooking eggs for your Passover Seder, USDA has important advice to help you keep your family safe from foodborne illness throughout the Spring celebrations.
You’ll want to read this before feeding Fido his favorite snack — as a massive recall has just been announced for several brands of dog treats due to salmonella contamination.
A metro Detroit meat market is recalling about 500 pounds of ground beef products that could be contaminated with Salmonella.
Chocolate milk lovers beware: Nestlé is recalling its Nesquik Chocolate Powder because the product could be contaminated with Salmonella.
Dog treats sold at Target stores in Michigan and nationwide are being recalled because they could be contaminated with Salmonella.
One of the ingredients used to make it is associated with a recall, linked to 35 cases of salmonella illness, in 19 states.
A recall of peanut butter sold at Trader Joe’s has been expanded to include 76 different products because of a Salmonella outbreak in 18 states.
Trader Joe’s has recalled one of its peanut butter brands because of a salmonella outbreak in 18 states.
State health officials and local health departments in Michigan are working with their counterparts in 19 other states and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the investigation of a salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe.
Health officials say two people have died and 141 people across the U.S., including six in Michigan, have been sickened by Salmonella from cantaloupe grown in southwestern Indiana.