Homemade food is all the rage these days, with everything from basement breweries to kimchi-making in the kitchen. However, sometimes the goods don't turn out as well as expected. Yesterday, the Minnesota Department of Health revealed that more than two dozen people in Minneapolis have gotten sick f ... More >>
Thank goodness it's National Hot Dog Day, because the mere thought of a hamburger is churning our stomachs.Minnesota-headquartered Cargill, Inc., which processes beef under Cargill Beef in Wichita, Kansas, announced yesterday a recall of nearly 30,000 pounds of ground beef from a Pennsylvania plant ... More >>
Minnesota-based food company Michael Foods is recalling over a million hard-cooked eggs in brine that may be contaminated with listeria, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.The eggs, which were sold to manufacturers and food distributors, do not have any reports of illness connected t ... More >>
Peanut butter, salsa and several cheese products are the subject of a widespread recall over listeria concerns.
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Toxic toys warrant a hefty fine for Target.
A Plainview, Minn. dairy cooperative has voluntarily recalled some of its products in light of a salmonella scare.
Aw, nuts. Another viable protein source is suspected of being laced with feces.
Norm, we told you long ago it'd be better to Exit With Honor.
Lunds/Byerly's and Kemp's recall peanut butter products.
If you eat any products containing peanuts, stay updated on the growing list of recalled items that could make you sick.
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