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Nesquik Recalled Over Salmonella Fears!

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Nestle is recalling Nesquik!

Nesquik, the tasty chocolate powder, might be contaminated with Salmonella so it's being recalled.

The recall affects the 10, 21 and 40 ounce packages.

The possibly contaminated products would have a "best buy" date of

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Meningitis Outbreak: Things Getting WORSE!

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We previously mentioned that the fungal meningitis outbreak is far from over… and sadly, that's been true.

The outbreak has now spread to 19 states and has made 347 people sick!

Rhode Island became the 19th state to report that the outbreak has affected someone.

This is getting ridiculous!

We've said it before but still, we're so thankful that it's not contagious.

Massachusetts health officials are moving to revoke the license of the New England Compounding Center who's contaminated medications started this whole outbreak.

We think something fundamental needs to change in the compounding pharmacy industry so that something like this never happens again.

Check out the video (above) to hear how the FDA is responding to this crisis.

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Infected Lettuce Recall!!!

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Tanimura & Antle, a northern California producer supplier, voluntarily recalled romaine lettuce shipped to 19 states because of a possible E. coli contamination.

The recall is limited to

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Ground Beef Recalled Over Possible Salmonella

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Cargill Meat Solutions in Pennsylvania is recalling almost 30,000 pounds of ground beef.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced that the ground beef could be contaminated with Salmonella.

The product subjected to recall is:

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DON'T PANIC: Mad Cow Disease Case Found In CA!

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Mad Cow Case

Remember that huge Mad Cow Disease scare we all went through about six years ago?

Well, we hope it doesn't happen again now that there has been a new confirmed case of the disease in a dairy cow in central California!

If you look at the statistics, it really isn't anything to lose your mind over: this is only the 4th confirmed mad cow discovered in the U.S., and the first since 2006.

Not only that, but this cow did not enter the food system and everyone is safe! Officials believe it is a rare spontaneous case and not linked to contaminated food.

Apparently the safeguards in place really work!

So don't panic… not just yet at least!

[Image via AP Images.]

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Dole Salad Recall!

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Heads up everybody, we've got another recall on our hands!

This new one comes from Dole and their bagged salad. 756 cases of bagged salad to be exact, because they could be contaminated with salmonella!

Seven Lettuces salads were distributed in these states, so watch out:

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More Deaths Resulting From Listeria Outbreak Linked To Cantaloupes

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Ugh! More bad news on the listeria infected cantaloupe front.

3 more people have lost their lives after eating contaminated Rocky Ford brand cantaloupes from Jensen Farms of Granada, Colorado. The total death toll as a result is now 18 people, with the CDC reporting at least 100 cases of listeria in 20 states.

Unfortunately, this listeria outbreak is the deadliest food-borne illness outbreak in the United States since 1998.

Do yourself a favor and toss any cantaloupes from Jensen Farms if you have not done so already.

If you don't see a sticker displaying where the the fruit came from, DO NOT take the chance and throw it out!

It's better to be safe than sorry!

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