Users on social media reported experiences of nausea, vomiting and liver damage after consuming the dish.
Paris Brothers, a specialty foods company based in Kansas City, Mo., is recalling several cheese products because they could have been contaminated with listeria. No illnesses have been reported.
The Kinder products are being recalled across Europe and Canada. It was not immediately clear whether the recall involved products sold in the United States.
The FDA has expanded a nationwide recall of shrimp products from Avanti Frozen Foods sold at major retailers. So far, nine people in four states have contracted salmonella; three were hospitalized.
More than 12 million pounds of meat are now included in the recall. Officials say some 250 people have been sickened. They fear contaminated beef may remain in people's freezers.
Four varieties have been affected after an ingredient supplier notified the company that a whey powder used in the seasoning might be contaminated. No illnesses have been reported.
The rollout will happen gradually, reports member station KERA, with Homemade Vanilla being sold in some Texas stores next Monday. Other flavors will soon follow.
Two years after a food safety bill became law, the FDA issues a rule to prevent foodborne illness in produce and one to require food manufacturers to have plans in place to prevent contamination.