Check your fridge as FDA announced recall of butternut squash and milk chocolate products.
Check your freezers if you have these recalled ice creams and get rid of them, the FDA says.
Whole Foods CEO receives a letter of warning from the FDA
Fan of romaine lettuce in your salads? Check these brands if you have them in your fridge for your safety.
It's about time!
A variety of pre-cut fruits was removed from selected Walmart shelves due to possible listeria contamination.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday warned the public about alcohol-based hand sanitizers being sold in containers and packages that may appear as food and drinks.
As a group, food and vegetables from abroad are the items most frequently denied entry by the FDA. The most common reason for fruits' rejection is "filth", while vegetable are most likely to be denied due to unacceptable pesticide residue levels.
We thought tipping was the most questioned issue in restaurants, until we found medium-rare meat. Based on the USDA and culinary professionals, here's a guideline to cooking your steak!
Good news for the iconic Blue Bell ice cream aficionados. The company has started supplying its ice cream to a vast area in the southeast, counting almost all places south of New Mexico and extending to the two Carolinas. Although Blue Bell is yet to restore supplies of all the 66 flavors, which were available before the company was linked to a multi-state Listeria outbreak, which claimed three lives.
Following several years of inspections, warnings as well as notices by the Food and Drug Administration Federal, federal attorneys led by the Consumer Protection Branch of the U.S. Department of Justice filed a civil complaint on Monday last seeking to immediately stop the Native American Enterprises LLC from distributing adulterated food.
Dr. Robert Califf is the new FDA commissioner appointed by the Senate, garnering a total of 89 out of 93 votes.
The Food and Drug Administration has finally agreed to test the food products such as corn, soyabeans and other food products for the presence of glyphosate, which is the world’s most used herbicide.
Health Matters America of Cheektowaga, New York, on last Saturday recalled specific lots of organic traditionally sprouted flax seed powder and organic traditionally sprouted chia and flax seed powder as they have been found to be potentially contaminated with Salmonella, a pathogen that is a threat to human health.