10 Scary Food Recalls

English chocolatier Cadbury recalled over 1 million chocolate bars after detecting a rare strain of salmonella. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
Cadbury — June 2006 English chocolatier Cadbury recalled over 1 million chocolate bars after detecting a rare strain of salmonella. (Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images)
The United States banned imports of a Chinese dairy supplier after several products were found to be tainted with melanine.  (Photo by STR/AFP/Getty Images)The United States banned imports of a Chinese dairy supplier after several products were found to be tainted with melanine.  (Photo by STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Chinese Dairy — Nov. 2008
The United States banned imports of a Chinese dairy supplier after several products were found to be tainted with melanine. (Photo by STR/AFP/Getty Images)
The United States banned imports of a Chinese dairy supplier after several products were found to be tainted with melanine. (Photo by STR/AFP/Getty Images)The United States banned imports of a Chinese dairy supplier after several products were found to be tainted with melanine. (Photo by STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Regulators recalled 143 million pounds of frozen ground beef in the largest U.S. beef recall ever. Regulators recalled 143 million pounds of frozen ground beef in the largest U.S. beef recall ever. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Frozen Beef — Feb. 2008 Regulators recalled 143 million pounds of frozen ground beef in the largest U.S. beef recall ever. Regulators recalled 143 million pounds of frozen ground beef in the largest U.S. beef recall ever. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
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Eggs
Two egg producers have recalled more than 500 million chicken eggs are apparently contaminated with salmonella bacteria, after hundreds of people have become sick, according to the Food and Drug Administration.
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Nearly 826,000 pounds of ground beef was recalled in 12 states in August 2009 after at least 27 people were sickened by salmonella. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Ground Beef — Oct. 2007 Nearly 826,000 pounds of ground beef was recalled in 12 states in August 2009 after at least 27 people were sickened by salmonella. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Baby food giant Gerber recalled organic rice and oatmeal cereals after a Florida parent reported dozens of hard clumps, a potential choking hazard. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Baby Food — July 2007 Baby food giant Gerber recalled organic rice and oatmeal cereals after a Florida parent reported dozens of hard clumps, a potential choking hazard. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Chocolate chip maker Nestle recalled 300,000 packages of its Toll House cookies after customers reported possible E. coli contamination after eating raw cookie dough. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Cookie Dough — June 2009 Chocolate chip maker Nestle recalled 300,000 packages of its Toll House cookies after customers reported possible E. coli contamination after eating raw cookie dough. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
ConAgra Foods® recalled all varieties of Peter Pan Peanut Butter in what is believed by officials to be America's first salmonella outbreak linked to peanut butter. (Photo illustration by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
Peter Pan Peanut Butter — Feb. 2007 ConAgra Foods® recalled all varieties of Peter Pan Peanut Butter in what is believed by officials to be America's first salmonella outbreak linked to peanut butter. (Photo illustration by Bill Pugliano/Getty Images)
The nation’s second-largest pistachio processor issued a nationwide recall of pistachios in March 2009 after Kraft Foods told U.S. regulators of its link to tainted trail mix. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Pistachios — March 2009 The nation’s second-largest pistachio processor issued a nationwide recall of pistachios in March 2009 after Kraft Foods told U.S. regulators of its link to tainted trail mix. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
An E. coli epidemic traced to California spinach killed three people in 2006 and sickened 199 people in 26 states. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
Spinach – Fall 2006 An E. coli epidemic traced to California spinach killed three people in 2006 and sickened 199 people in 26 states. (Photo by David Paul Morris/Getty Images)
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