Lauren Wicks

Learn more about why you should steer clear of your local super market this week, if possible.
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We can't wait to try our hand at fresh Italian pasta!
Plus, packaged sushi products sold at major grocery stores are being recalled in 40 states.
The CDC is investigating an E.coli outbreak that could be related to clover sprouts served at Jimmy John's restaurants.
Here are the top picks of loyal TJ's fans around the country.
Amity Packing Co. is voluntarily recalling one of its ground beef products for potential plastic contamination.
Quesos La Ricura is recalling one of their cheese products for possible contamination of the Shiga toxin that produces E.coli bacteria.
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The CDC issued a food safety alert yesterday over an outbreak that has led to one death and four hospitalizations.
Four of these products were included in a gift box on Oprah's Favorite Things list this year.
Ruiz Food Products Inc. issued a voluntary recall for more than 55,000 pounds of their frozen breakfast burritos.
Fresh Express Sunflower Crisp Chopped Salad Kits are tied to an E. coli outbreak with eight related cases in three states.
Nearly two dozen ready-to-eat products are being recalled in 31 states and Washington, D.C.
Hodgson Mill and United Natural Foods issued voluntary recalls for select varieties of their all-purpose flour products.
The FDA is urging consumers to check their freezers if they shop at Fresh Thyme Farmers Market.
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The budget grocer recently debuted alcoholic beverage delivery through Instacart.
Kraft Heinz Food Company is voluntary recalling three varieties of this product after multiple consumer complaints.
Mill Stream Corp is voluntarily recalling cold smoked salmon that could potentially be deadly for those who eat it.
Wawona Frozen Food issued a recall for frozen raspberries and berry medleys sold under Aldi and Raley's private labels.
North Bay Produce is recalling multiple apple varieties—including Honeycrisp and Fuji—that were distributed around the U.S.
The USDA is issuing a public health alert for seven beef products produced by Ryding-Regency Meat Packers.
Tip Top Poultry has issued two recalls this week after their frozen, diced and shredded chicken tested positive for Listeria in a sample test.
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