There are more than a dozen recalls related to last month's Jif peanut butter recall. Products from F&S Produce and Taharka Brothers have been added to the list.
Many other companies use the peanut butter — the cause of a salmonella outbreak — and now they have recalls of their own. The FDA says the products made it to at least 10 other countries.
European health officials say that 266 confirmed cases and 58 suspected cases of an outbreak have been reported throughout Europe and in North America. The vast majority of the cases are in children.
There have been no confirmed reports of illnesses or adverse reactions related to consumption of the ground beef, which was shipped to stores nationwide, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
Alexander & Hornung is recalling 17 ham and pepperoni products over listeria concerns. Federal officials say customers should throw the food away. Here's what to look for on the label.
The Crispy Pan Crust pepperoni pizza product carton may actually contain frozen three-meat pizza, which is made with textured soy protein, an allergen that may not be reflected on the label.