Two companies have recently recalled food products. Parkers Farm, a food company in Minnesota, has recalled several products because of possible contamination with Listeria. This bacteria can cause a type of food poisoning that can be especially dangerous for pregnant women and small children.
The recalled products include peanut butter, bagel spreads, dips, cheese and salsa. They are sold under the brand name Parkers Farm and other brand names, incuding Kroger, Dutch Farms and Central Market.
For a list of all the products in this recall, visit the Web site of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Nurture, Inc., has recalled some Happytot and Happybaby meal pouches. The packaging is defective and could lead to contamination with bacteria. For a list of all the recalled products, visit the FDA Web site.