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Foxy's ice cream recalled because of Listeria at Dr. Bob's plant

By News Desk

Another premium ice cream brand — Foxy's Thoughtful Ice Cream — is recalling products because they were made at Dr. Bob's of Upland LLC where Listeria was found in the manufacturing facility and in finished product of another brand. Six flavors of Foxy's brand are included in the recall by Altijira Murray Products LLC of... Continue Reading

CDC identifies bacteria that killed 3 who ate church meal

By News Desk

A Thanksgiving Day meal served by a church group in Antioch, CA, that killed three people was evidently contaminated with the bacteria Clostridium perfringens. "Clostridium perfringens is one of the most common foodborne illnesses in the U.S. It can be found in the human intestine without hurting us, but eating food containing large amounts of... Continue Reading

Researchers in Scotland develop E. coli vaccine for cattle

By News Desk

The two North American vaccines developed since 2010 to reduce the dangerous E. coli in cattle by as much as 98 percent are still in limited demand in the marketplace. But that has not stopped a Scottish group from developing a third vaccine for the same purpose. The Moredun and Roslin Institutes, along with Scotland's Rural... Continue Reading

Officials tight lipped on outbreak after housing authority meal

By News Desk

Public health officials in San Antonio are investigating a cluster of illnesses among a group of people who attended a dinner recently, but details are scant. In a statement issued Tuesday, the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District did not report how many people are sick or the date or location of the event. It did... Continue Reading

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