Sorry, lovers of rare meat.
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A new study could convince you to call off that cookout.
A complaint argues the agency's reports "unnecessarily intensified the public's concern."
It was in a cup for safe keeping, and an employee mistakenly grabbed it.
It's definitely not the finest moment for these elected officials.
An employee was diagnosed with the virus, and another two are suspected of having it.
The new site lets customers view health scores for every location.
You'll have to get your burrito somewhere else for a few hours on February 8.
The company admits it's identified "locations" where the pathogen still "may be present."
The government wants to know when the company discovered listeria at its ice-cream plants.
Tests showed 57 percent of chicken, 83 percent of turkey, and 14 percent of beef.
Locations affected by the health scare are spick and span.
Jars distributed in seven states may contain small metal shards.
A stomach-churning report found evidence of this "hygienic issue" in 1 in 50 wieners.
According to a new poll, many say they just can't afford it.
The chain is concerned about potentially contaminated cheese.
The herbal remedy put her in the hospital for two months.
Stewart Parnell has received what is believed to be the harshest sentence ever given for a case related to food-borne illness.