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  1. Two Eggo Products Recalled

    Sept. 2, 2009 - Kellogg's has recalled two Eggo products due to bacterial contamination at its Atlanta plant. The recalled products are: Kellogg's Eggo Cinnamon Toast waffles, 10-count package, UPC code 3800040440 with "Best If Used Before" dates beginning with: NOV22 10 EA, NOV23 10 EA and NOV24 10

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  2. New Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough Safe

    July 16, 2009 -- It's safe to use new batches of Nestle Toll House cookie dough, according to the FDA and Nestle. Nestle voluntarily recalled all of its Nestle Toll House cookie dough products on June 19 because of possible E. coli contamination. E. coli bacteria can cause abdominal cramping, vomiti

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  3. Salmonella Risk Spurs Nature Valley Recall

    July 10, 2009 -- Due to salmonella risk, General Mills is recalling a limited quantity of its "Nut Lovers" flavor Nature Valley Granola Nut Clusters product containing pecans. Pecans received from a supplier and used in the product may be tainted with salmonella, but no illnesses have been reported,

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  4. FDA Warns of E. coli Risk From Nestle Toll House Cookie Dough

    June 19, 2009 -- The FDA and CDC today warned people not to eat any varieties of prepackaged Nestle Toll House refrigerated cookie dough products because of possible E. coli contamination. If you have any of those products, don't eat them. The FDA advises consumers to throw the products out -- and n

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  5. CDC: Food-borne Illnesses Underreported

    June 11, 2009 -- Most food-borne illnesses that sicken millions of people in the U.S. annually and kill thousands are preventable, and the toll could be reduced with better reporting and analysis by health officials, the CDC says. The agency reports in its June 12 Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Repo

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  6. FDA, CDC: Don't Eat Raw Alfalfa Sprouts

    April 27, 2009 -- The FDA and the CDC are advising people not to eat raw alfalfa sprouts after at least 31 people were sickened by Salmonella Saintpaul infection. Those cases have occurred in six states: Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Utah, and West Virginia. Most of the patients r

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  7. CDC: Food Poisoning Rates Persist

    April 9, 2009 -- The CDC today reported that nine food-borne illnesses, including salmonella and E. coli, were about as common in 2008 as they've been since 2004. Progress at cubing those illnesses has "plateaued," Robert Tauxe, MD, MPH, deputy director of the CDC's Division of Foodborne, Bacterial,

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  8. FDA: Stop Eating Pistachios, Salmonella Feared

    March 30, 2009 -- Stop eating pistachio nuts, the FDA says. They may carry food-poisoning salmonella bacteria. The new salmonella scare -- this time in pistachio nuts -- has led Kroger Co. to recall pistachios sold in 31 states. Because the nuts came from a large shipment of 1 million pounds of pist

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  9. Pistachios Recalled on Salmonella Fears

    March 25, 2009 -- Two U.S. companies recalled pistachio products today because of the risk of contamination with salmonella bacteria. Those companies are the Georgia Nut Company, which is based in Skokie, Ill., and Back to Nature Foods Company of Madison, Wis. No illnesses have been reported from an

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  10. Peanut Products Still Sicken Americans

    March 11, 2009 --Salmonella-contaminated peanut products are still sickening Americans, the CDC warns. The reason: People continue to eat recalled, salmonella-contaminated products stored in their homes. Another possible problem: New, potentially contaminated products are added to the recall list al

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