Health officials say 39 people have been sickened from a salmonella outbreak spread through handling baby chicks or ducklings.
In the kitchen, Salmonella can cause food poisoning. However, in the fight against cancer, it may become a powerful weapon.
We hear about E. Coli in spinach, listeria in celery, and salmonella in sprouts. And our best defense is something we as consumers have been doing for decades: running fruits and vegetables under water. But does washing produce really do anything?
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.
It’s the first lawsuit filed in Minnesota in connection with the egg salmonella outbreak.
The Minnesota Health Department has linked at least seven cases of Salmonella in the state to a multi-state egg recall.