Salmonella cases reported by the Netherlands have re-kindled investigations into an outbreak strain reported by four countries earlier this year.
US authorities are investigating hepatitis A virus (HAV) infections linked to frozen strawberries imported from Egypt.
The Ministry of Health in Buenos Aires has warned against eating raw sausages and those of homemade origin after an outbreak of trichinosis.
The Hawaii Department of Health (HDOH) has said the number of hepatitis A infections from raw scallops has risen to 241.
Food recalls and alerts for the final week in August come from England, Ireland, USA, Iceland, Germany, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Belgium, and Denmark.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating a dietary supplement found to contain dangerous lead levels.
Fresh produce should not be dismissed as a possible source in prolonged outbreaks, according to analysis of Yersinia enterocolitica (YE) illnesses in Norway.
Additional questions on fresh produce have been added to Listeria foodborne illness questionnaires after suggestions an outbreak could have been detected quicker if they had been on there already.
Food recalls and alerts for a week in August come from USA, Canada, Iceland, Germany, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Netherlands and Denmark.
More than 200 people are ill with hepatitis A in Hawaii linked to eating imported raw scallops.
An outbreak of Salmonella that has sickened 19 people is being investigated in Sweden.
Food recalls and alerts for a week in August come from England, USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Australia, Germany, Luxembourg, Finland, Netherlands, Czech Republic and Denmark.
An outbreak of E. coli O157 which sickened 161 people has ended, according to Public Health England (PHE).
Canada has reported more than 50 cases of Cyclospora infection in four provinces.
Food recalls and alerts for one week in August come from England, USA, Ireland, Canada, Australia, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Malta, Spain, Czech Republic, Belgium and Denmark.
Hong Kong authorities have identified the distribution of pork from contaminated imported pigs, which were sent to more than two-dozen retailers across the city.
Alfalfa Sprouts have been linked to 30 cases of Salmonella, according to US authorities.
Almost 300 cases of Cyclospora infection have been reported by the UK and a US state, according to authorities.
Food recalls and alerts for the end of July and start of August came from England, USA, Ireland, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Finland, Netherlands and Bosnia-Herzegovina.
Australian authorities are investigating an increase in Salmonella illnesses with a link to eating rockmelons.
Two new cases of Salmonella enteritidis are being investigated in Finland after an earlier outbreak linked to imported organic mung bean sprouts.
Health Protection Scotland (HPS) is investigating 16 cases of E. coli O157 linked to blue cheese made from unpasteurised milk.
There has been no E. coli O157 cases reported over the past week suggesting the worst of the outbreak is over, according to Public Health England (PHE).
Food recalls, issues and alerts for a week in July came from England, USA, Ireland, New Zealand, Australia, Belgium/Luxembourg, Germany, Austria, Norway, Iceland, Sweden, Finland, Netherlands and Denmark.
General Mills has extended the recall of flour linked with an E.coli outbreak for a second time following new tests and more consumers falling ill.