Ocean Mist Farms, a Castroville, California vegetable company, has issued a voluntary recall of iceless green onions due to potential contamination by Salmonella bacteria.  The company decided to issue the recall after confirmation from federal regulators of a positive test for salmonella on green onions supplied by Circle Produce to several shippers, including Ocean Mist

California based NewStar Fresh Foods today recalled green onions due to possible Salmonella contamination.  772 cartons of iced jumbo green onions are subject to the recall, sold under the brand names Omo and Fu Choy, and distributed from three locations:  R.A.M. Produce Distributors of Detroit, Michigan; Franzella Distributing of San Francisco, CA; and United Food Service of

green onionMinnesota Public Radio told consumers today not to expect a warning from the federal government on green onions despite an E. coli outbreak that’s sickened nearly five dozen people who became ill after eating at Taco Bell restaurants on the East Coast. Investigators are still trying to pinpoint the exact cause of the outbreak, but

Taco BellTaco Bell has withdrawn green onions from its 5,800 outlets throughout the US after preliminary tests revealed some samples to be infected with a strong strain of E. Coli. The fast food chain, a subsidiary of Yum Brands Inc, took the measure as a precaution, pending further tests on raw fruit and vegetables that