In its Wednesday afternoon update on the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak, the CDC reports 84 people sick, the most in any U.S. E. coli outbreak since 2006. Romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona, is still fingered as the culprit.
Budget $aver Cherry Pineapple Monster Pops and Budget $aver Sugar Free Pops were recalled from 15 states after listeria was found during an inspection of the Denver facility where the frozen pops were made.
After eight inmates at Alaska's Anvil Mountain Correctional Center got hit with E. coli from whole head romaine lettuce, the CDC expanded its romaine lettuce warning Friday to include chopped and whole head and hearts of romaine lettuce.
The Centers for Disease Control's Wednesday update on the romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak says the sick count has added 18 people since Friday, for a total of 53 in 16 states. And there's a high hospitalization rate.
Traditional Medicinals and Publix, one of several stores that sells Traditional Medicinals, announced a recall of one lot each of EveryDay Detox Lemon and Throat Coat Lemon Echinacea after its lemon myrtle leaf found salmonella in a sample.
The Centers for Disease Control's Monday update says 23 people in nine states are in the egg salmonella outbreak so far. Meanwhile, Cal-Maine announced a secondary recall, covering eggs sold at Walmart and Publix, among other places.
Panera Bread is named as a defendant in a lawsuit to be filed Monday in federal court that claims romaine lettuce from Freshway Foods in a Panera salad was the source of an E. coli infection that caused a woman's kidney failure.
Arizona and Montana's Departments of Health say six people not counted in Friday's CDC romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak update are confirmed E. coli cases and supermarket chain Giant Foods has done issued recalls of packaged salad products.
Salmonella sickened 22 people and caused Rose Acre Farms to recall over 206 million eggs sold under the brands Great Value (Walmart's store brand), Country Daybreak, Crystal Farms, Glenview, Sunshine Farms, Coburn Farms and Food Lion.
In Friday's update on the current E. coli outbreak, the FDA and Centers for Disease Control warned consumers to throw away all Romaine lettuce. The CDC thinks the outbreak comes from chopped Romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona.
Tuesday, the FDA announced an E. coli outbreak that's reached seven states and sickened 17 people over the last 10 days of March. But, neither the FDA nor the CDC knows what's causing the outbreak or where it began.
Moses Kashem started an organic urban farm at St. Simon’s Episcopal Church in suburban Miami through his Urban Vegetable Project. Now items such as kale, salad greens and eggplants are being sold at Whole Foods in North Miami.
Butter lambs are a tradition for religious feasts, representing Jesus for Christians at Easter or the Paschal Lamb for Jews at Passover. And they are also pretty cute. Janet Piechowski of the Lexington Herald-Leader learned this simple technique f