About 12 percent of spices brought into the U.S. are contaminated with dirt, insect parts, rodent hairs and other filth, according to an FDA Draft report. In addition, the report found spices were twice as likely as other inspected foods to be contaminated with salmonella. More than 80 different types of salmonella were detected.
A Sacramento food company is recalling its soy products after government inspectors found unsanitary conditions at its processing facility.
Two years after nearly 200 manufacturers and sellers of women’s accessories agreed to strict limits on the the amount of lead in their products, items with the toxic metal are still turning up on store shelves.
Eating off ceramic cultural tableware could be toxic, according to several environmental groups.
A Northern California company is voluntarily recalling products sold at supermarkets across the West because they could contain contaminated broccoli.
Drinking water in 31 of 35 cities that were tested in a recent study, including San Jose, were found to have Chromium 6 contamination.
MONTEREY (CBS/BCN) — Health officials have posted an advisory notice at Monterey Municipal Beach to warn beachgoers about an unsafe amount of bacteria that was detected in the waters on Thursday. Beachgoers are advised to […]
A recent advertisement that may have some consumers worried: A reusable grocery bag wrapped in police tape along with a warning that reusable bags can contain lead and harbor bacteria.