State health officials say eight people in Wisconsin are among those sickened by a salmonella outbreak in 19 states
Minnesota-based meat giant Cargill says a northwest Arkansas plant is again producing ground turkey following a salmonella outbreak.
J.M. Smucker Co. is recalling thousands of 16-ounce jars of its Smucker’s Natural Peanut Butter Chunky because of possible salmonella contamination.
At least six Minnesota residents have been diagnosed with salmonella poisoning that’s been connected to organic egg shells, according to officials with the Minnesota Department of Health and Minnesota Department of Agriculture.
Minnesota-based Cargill Inc. is recalling more ground turkey products because of possible salmonella contamination.
Meat giant Cargill is recalling 36 million pounds of turkey after a government hunt for the source of a salmonella outbreak that has killed one person in California and sickened dozens more.
Two University of Minnesota professors say they know how to prevent salmonella outbreaks like the ground turkey now being recalled by Cargill.
The Agriculture Department says meat giant Cargill is recalling 36 million pounds of ground turkey linked to a death in California and at least 76 other salmonella illnesses.
Minnesota is one several states where people have gotten sick due to a salmonella outbreak that appears to be linked to eating ground turkey.
Health officials say 39 people have been sickened from a salmonella outbreak spread through handling baby chicks or ducklings.
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Thousands of people likely were sickened by salmonella-contaminated eggs from two Iowa companies last summer, but lawyers said far fewer have the proof needed for a successful lawsuit and most cases filed will be settled out of court.
The peanut industry executive whose filthy processing plants were blamed in a salmonella outbreak two years ago that killed two Minnesotans and seven other people is back in the business.
A federal judge has approved a $12 million settlement for those sickened or killed in last year’s salmonella outbreak tied to a Virginia-based peanut processor.