Wayne Farms LLC of Decatur, AL, has expanded its nationwide recall of ready-to-eat chicken breast fillets because they may be undercooked, which can result in the growth of foodborne pathogens.

The recall has been expanded from 30,285 pounds to 585,030 pounds. There are five new production codes — 23618, 24357, 24512, 24583, and 24957 —

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raw-chicken.jpgEsther French, Mattea Kramer and Maggie Clark, fellows with News21, a national university reporting project at the University of Maryland, recently conducted an investigation into the safety of poultry sold at certain farmers’ markets in Washington D.C. Their report appeared in today’s issue of the Washington Post. The investigation revealed some unsettling results

Today, the Wyoming Department of Health issued a press release reporting that there has been a sharp increase statewide in potentially dangerous human Campylobacter bacterial infections this summer.

According to the release:

The department has identified 29 cases of Campylobacter infections in Wyoming residents statewide since June 1, which represents a 4-fold increase compared to

Today, the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture suspended permits that allow the Elmer Z. and Martha B. King farm in Aaronsburg, Centre County, and Cedar Hollow Farm in Mill Hall, Clinton County, to sell raw milk for human consumption after test samples revealed potentially harmful pathogen levels.

Although no illnesses have been reported, the department is