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.
After 10 salmonella illnesses were reported in Michigan, the Agriculture Department says meat giant Cargill is recalling 36 million pounds of ground turkey.
The federal government says 10 Michigan residents became ill from the same strain of salmonella, which has affected 76 people in 26 states since March.
Purina is voluntarily recalling a number of Purina ONE Dry Cat Food bags after a test sample was found to be contaminated with Salmonella.
The crummy cukes in question were harvested on a south Florida farm at the end of March, according to L&M Companies, Inc.
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.
If you are just settling in to enjoy your peanut butter sandwich, please check the label to make sure you are not affected by the latest recall.
Lansing-based Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) announced that its rapid tests for salmonella meet the guidance for salmonella in animal feed currently being considered by the United States Food and Drug Administration.