The Food and Drug Administration announced a recall of Archer Farms four-cheese risotto after random sampling of the product tested positive for Salmonella contamination.  The product was sold in Target stores nationwide.  From the FDA press release:

Archer Farms Four Cheese Risotto, Code "Best If Used By 16JUL2008AA" was sold nationwide through Target stores. The Archer Farms Four Cheese Risotto flavor has been pulled from Target stores while the FDA and Aulcorp Food Marketers Inc. continue their investigation as to the source of the contamination.

The Archer Farms Four Cheese Risotto is packaged in a 6 oz. (170g) Paperboard Box with a mustard yellow banner which identifies this item as the Four Cheese flavor.

A consumer alert also went out after routine sampling turned up positive for Salmonella contamination in raw milk distributed in Dekalb County, Illinois.  As reported by WFIR:

The state public health director is issuing a warning to customers of the Brian and Barbara Hill Dairy Farm located in Maple Park.

During a routine inspection a sample tested positive for the bacteria. No illnesses have been reported but if you’ve purchased milk there since March 27Th, throw it away.