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Infected Cantaloupes Linked to Southwest Indiana Farm

As of  August 20, 2012, The Center for Disease Control and Prevention states consumers need to be wary of cantaloupe from southwest Indiana identified as a source of an outbreak of salmonella poisoning. This recent outbreak has been blamed for sickening 200 people in 21 states, 17 cases were reported in Illinois. 62 of those [….]


Dole Recalls Bagged Lettuce

A popular variety of bagged lettuce was recalled over the weekend because of a possible risk for pathogen that causes food borne illness, according to an announcement by the Food and Drug Administration on Sunday, July 1, 2012. A bag of Dole Heart of Romaine salads tested positive for the Listeria Momocytogenes during a random [….]


Alfalfa Sprouts Recalled after Salmonella Outbreak

Throughout Illinois, an outbreak of salmonella has been linked to a reported 50 cases. The investigation of the cases leads back to Tiny Greens Farm of Urbana through Jimmy John’s restaurants. Kankakee County had three reported cases of salmonella. Jimmy John’s restaurants in Kankakee, Bourbonnais and Manteno voluntarily pulled the alfalfa sprouts from their menus [….]