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  • Nestle recalls Nesquik chocolate powder over salmonella concerns

    Nestle recalls Nesquik chocolate powder over salmonella concerns
    Nestle USA issued a voluntary recall of its Nesquik chocolate powder after being tipped off by an ingredient supplier of possible salmonella contamination. The Glendale-based company said it was calling back canisters of the product, which is mixed...
  • Ban petting zoos? E. coli outbreak raises questions

    Ban petting zoos? E. coli outbreak raises questions
    An outbreak of E. coli cases linked to a North Carolina fair is raising questions about the safety of petting zoos and animal exhibits. So far, Cleveland County Health Director Dorothea Wyant said 38 cases, including the death of a 2-year-old boy, have...
  • Children born in 2011 to cost $234,900 each to raise

    Children born in 2011 to cost $234,900 each to raise
    Children: They bring you untold joy and hope for the future. They also cost $234,900 each to raise. And that doesn’t include college. Kids are an increasingly pricey proposition, with expenses up 3.5% last year from 2010, according to an annual...
  • 600,000 Mr. Coffee brewers recalled after 61 suffer burns

    600,000 Mr. Coffee brewers recalled after 61 suffer burns
    Reports of consumers getting a face full of hot steam and scorching coffee grounds, with 61 suffering burn injuries, have sparked a recall of more than 600,000 Mr. Coffee single-cup brewers. The products, which were sold for up to $80 online and at...
  • Peanut Corp. officials indicted in salmonella outbreak

    Peanut Corp. officials indicted in salmonella outbreak
    Several officials at the now-defunct Peanut Corp. of America knew their products may have harbored salmonella bacteria, but they covered up the evidence and sold the food anyway, alleged a 76-count federal indictment unsealed this week. Peanut butter,...
  • Think that's snapper? Rampant seafood mislabeling in U.S., study says

    Think that's snapper? Rampant seafood mislabeling in U.S., study says
    A two-year study of more than 1,200 seafood samples by Oceana, an environmental advocacy group, found that a third of seafood sold in grocery stores and restaurants is mislabeled, the group announced Thursday. DNA testing of seafood samples between 2010...
  • Consumer Confidential: Apple battery fix, pet-food warning

     
    Here's your thunder-road Thursday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: -- Apple says a fix is in the works for its gadgets' battery woes. The company says there's a problem with its latest mobile operating system that is......
  • Turkish pine nuts linked to 43 salmonella infections nationwide

     
    Pine nuts: Turkish pine nuts have been linked to 43 cases of Salmonella; no deaths have been reported....
  • Some California spinach may be tainted with salmonella

     
    Tainted spinach: California health officials are warning people not to eat some bagged spinach made by Taylor Farms Retail in Salinas after a package of spinach tested for salmonella....
  • Food poisoning: America's homegrown threat

     
    Every time there's a food recall, like Tuesday's listeria outbreak and August's salmonella scare, I think back to Nicholas Kristof's June 11 column in the New York Times, "When Food Kills," which points to an alarming statistic. Every year in......
  • Cargill Inc. recalls more ground turkey

     
    A Minnesota-based food company recalled about 185,000 pounds of ground turkey Sunday that may be contaminated with salmonella. The voluntary recall by Cargill Inc. comes about a month after the company recalled 36 million pounds of fresh and frozen...