Nine people died from tainted peanut butter that may have been intentionally shipped.
A Rockville company is recalling all packages of a food product because of potential salmonella contamination.
Officials say a Maryland company distributed an ingredient that triggered a salmonella outbreak that’s made almost 60 Buncombe County, N.C. residents sick.
Missouri-based Diamond Pet Foods is voluntarily recalling a third type of dry dog food because of salmonella concerns. All three products were made at a Gaston, S.C., plant, where production was suspended April 8. The plant is the same one that made mold-contaminated food that killed dozens of dogs nationwide in 2005.
Federal health officials are investigating a growing outbreak of salmonella that has sickened 90 people in 19 states and the District of Columbia, according to a Food and Drug Administration memo.
Maryland health officials are warning people to take care when handling baby animals after six people fell ill after being exposed to baby turtles.
Besides New York, the livers also were sold in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland and Minnesota.
Wegmans is recalling Turkish Pine Nuts sold in the Bulk Foods Department.
Turkish pine nuts sold in bulk at Wegmans, an upscale grocery-store chain, have been linked to a salmonella outbreak that sent two people to hospitals and sickened 40 others in five East Coast states and Arizona.
Wegmans Food Markets is recalling 5,000 pounds of pine nuts sold in the bulk foods department of its stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland citing possible salmonella contamination.
Health officials say 39 people have been sickened from a salmonella outbreak spread through handling baby chicks or ducklings.
The Frederick County Health Department says 18 people reported symptoms consistent with salmonella poisoning from tainted pork served at a church pancake breakfast in Thurmont in March.