FDA Warns: Don't Eat Raw Alfalfa Sprouts

The Food and Drug Administration recommends that consumers not eat raw alfalfa sprouts or combinations of sprouts that include alfalfa due to potential contamination with Salmonella Saintpaul. The Centers for Disease Control, working with the FDA and state health departments, have identified 31 cases of illness traced to alfalfa sprouts in six different states since mid-March.…  Read More

Entire Setton 2008 Pistachio Crop Recalled

After a joint inspection by the Food and Drug Administration and the California Department of Public Health found evidence of Salmonella contamination in critical areas of the Setton  processing facility, Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella has recalled all pistachios from the 2008 crop. The recall includes those nuts roasted in the shell, shelled roasted nuts, and…  Read More

FDA Recommends Avoiding Pistachios Due to Salmonella

Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella in California has recalled over a million pounds of pistachios after Salmonella was found in Back To Nature Trail Mix by Kraft Foods.  Kraft traced the contamination back to Setton. Setton is recalling both its large bulk shipments of pistachios to other manufacturers and Setton Farms brand roasted salted shelled pistachios in 9…  Read More

FDA Expands Recalls to All Peanuts and Peanut Products from Blakely GA Plant

The Food and Drug Administration has expanded the recall of peanut products from the Peanut Corporation of America’s plant in Blakely GA after inspectors identified additional strains of Salmonella at the facility along with poor sanitation practices. The plant provides peanut butter and peanut paste to more than 70 food companies that manufacturer a wide variety…  Read More

Find Peanut Butter Product Recalls

Salmonella Outbreak Update The Food and Drug Administration has a website where consumers can search for information on foods recalled because of potential Salmonella contamination. You can search by brand name, UPC, product description (for example, crackers with peanut butter), or any combination of the three. The FDA has traced the source of Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak…  Read More

FDA Recommends Consumers Avoid Products Containing Peanut Butter

Salmonella Update With many new recalls of foods containing peanut butter or peanut paste, the Food and Drug Administration is now recommending that consumers avoid all commercially prepared foods made with peanut butter or eating peanut butter served in institutional settings. Current recalls, listed on the FDA website, include a variety of cookies, candies, sandwich crackers,…  Read More