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Salmonella Outbreak In Iowa; Scott & Muscatine Cases

The Iowa Department of Public Health released the following statement on an outbreak of the food borne illness, Salmonella.Full story

Iowa egg farms settle suit over salmonella recalls

The Iowa egg producers blamed for a 2010 salmonella outbreak have settled a lawsuit brought by a California cooperative that lost profits as a result of the product recalls. Full story

Cucumbers from Mexico linked to salmonella outbreak

  The FDA is halting cucumber imports from a company in Mexico after the vegetables were linked to at least 73 cases of salmonella in 18 states. No one has died from the outbreak, but 27  percent of those sickened have had to be hospitalized.

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U.S. indicts peanut processors in 2009 salmonella outbreak

U.S. indicts peanut company officials in 2009 salmonella outbreak

Peanut Butter's Checkered Food Safety History

Iowa egg farm pays salmonella victims

No brands, firms named in turkey outbreak

Ground turkey blamed for salmonella death

‘Use-by’ dates lead to lots of wasted food

Calif. cilantro recalled over salmonella fears


  Don’t be like Martha Stewart: Protect against salmonella

Turns out even the domestic diva runs into some trouble in the kitchen every now and then. “Hygiene is of the utmost importance when handling raw meats and vegetables,” Martha Stewart told TODAY after a post-Thanksgiving salmonella scare. The illness can also hit after handling raw eggs, but does th

  Peanut butter recall expands

A recall caused by salmonella contamination now includes more than 100 products made on the same machines. NBC’s Chris Jansing reports.

  Danger in the dog dish

Salmonella and other hazards could be lurking in your pet's food. WRC's Liz Crenshaw reports.

  Salmonella outbreak linked to ground turkey

At least one person has died from a national outbreak of salmonella poisoning linked to ground turkey. The Centers for Disease Control says 26 states have been affected. NBC’s Brian Williams reports.

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Related Photos

In this Thursday, April 25, 2013 photo, chicks stick their heads out of a holding cage at a local feed store in Montpelier, Vt. The Vermont Health Department is investigating an infant salmonella case after child came in contact with a chick. The health department says the child's illness was caused