H-E-B is voluntarily issuing a recall for H-E-B Bakery Two Bite Brownies (12 oz) and H-E-B Simply Delicious Cookies with Brownie Bites Party Trays for potential metal fragments in product. The potentially affected products were manufactured by an outside supplier and distributed only to H-E-B and Joe V’s Smart Shop stores in Texas and Mexico.

The FDA routinely updates its Outbreak Investigation Table.  This week the FDA is tracking the Norovirus outbreak linked to Canadian oysters that have sickened 103 in the United States and 279 in Canada.  It is also tracking the Cronobacter outbreak linked to infant formula that has sickened four with two deaths.  There are two

Butterball, LLC, a Mount Olive, N.C. establishment, is recalling approximately 14,107 pounds of ground turkey products that may be contaminated with extraneous materials, specifically blue plastic, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today.

The ground turkey items were produced on September 28, 2021. The following products are subject to

The recall was initiated after a customer notified the firm that the product contained glass pieces. 

Committed to quality and out of an abundance of caution, SunTree Snack Foods LLC, of Phoenix, AZ, is recalling specific items of Happy Belly, Prince & Spring, Harris Teeter, and HEB brand names that contain specific lots of cashews

Alaska Health and Social Services announced via Facebook:

Please be aware that a suspected outbreak of foodborne illness is being investigated in Homer. If anyone is experiencing foodborne illness symptoms (gastrointestinal illness) and has been in the Homer area in the past week, they are encouraged to fill out a DHSS foodborne illness survey via

Food Safety News is reporting that local media in the Seattle area are reporting the a woman found a dead lizard in her restaurant salad.

Maniza Qureshi reported the incident to Seattle & King County Public Health after the shocking experience with a lunchtime salad from an Evergreens restaurant.

“No other complaints of foreign items

The FDA announced today that it is investigating three new foodborne illness outbreaks involving Cyclospora, E. Coli O121 and Salmonella Typhimurium.

At least 55 people total are already confirmed as patients in the three outbreaks, with the infections caused by Cyclospora, E. Coli O121 and Salmonella Typhimurium.

The Cyclospora outbreak is the largest with 32