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Tainted Tuna: Why Food Poisoning from Fish Is No Fluke

When it comes to eating healthily, fish has a great reputation. But recent studies show that mislabeling, food poisoning, overuse of antibiotics and a host of other factors may be transforming fish into the most dangerous thing on the menu.

Flawed Food Inspections Are Putting You at Risk

According to the Centers for Disease Control, food-borne illnesses sicken more than 15% of Americans every year, causing approximately 3,000 deaths and 128,000 hospitalizations -- and the numbers are getting worse. But how are these tainted foods getting past our food inspectors? You won't like the answer.

Wegmans Recalls Pine Nuts Over Salmonella Concerns

Turkish pine nuts sold in bulk at Wegmans, an upscale grocery-store chain, have been linked to a salmonella outbreak that sent two people to hospitals and sickened 40 others in five East Coast states and Arizona.

Cargill Recalls 185,000 Pounds of Turkey

Meat giant Cargill has issued a new recall that affects 185,000 pounds of ground turkey. Sunday's announcement said that the recall included "85-percent-lean fresh ground turkey products produced at the company's Springdale, Ark., facility on Aug. 23, 24, 30 and 31, 2011, due to possible contamination from Salmonella Heidelberg." The firm posted a list of the problem products on its website.

Total Recall: Turkey, Cars, Step Stools and More

DailyFinance collects all the new recalls here each week to help you keep track of the food and products to avoid. This week's recalls include Honda cars, Chrysler minivans, an herbicide from DuPont, a pin from the Build-A-Bear Workshop, step stools from Target and ground turkey from Cargill.