February 12, 2009 - The Texas Department of State Health Services orders a recall of all products ever made at the PCA plant in Plainview after finding rodent excrement, carcasses, and bird feathers in a crawlspace above the factory's production area.
February 13, 2009 - The one plant operated by PCA not linked to Salmonella, Tidewater Blanching in Virginia, closes. PCA files for bankruptcy.
Jalapenos, Serrano Peppers, and Tomatoes - April 2008 Multistate outbreak of Salmonella serotype Saintpaul infections.
Jalapeño and serrano peppers are identified as being a major source of contamination. Tomatoes are identified as a possible source.
Jalapeño peppers are traced back to distributors in the U.S. that received produce grown and packed in Mexico.
1,442 cases of infection in 43 states, the District of Columbia, and Canada are reported to the CDC. The infection may have contributed to two deaths.
Banquet Pot Pies - January 2007 Multistate outbreak of Salmonella I 4,,12:i:- (pronounced "four five twelve eye minus") infections.
An investigation identifies Banquet brand pot pies produced by ConAgra Foods as the likely source of the outbreak.
272 cases in 35 states. No deaths are reported.
Peter Pan and Great Value Peanut Butter - August 2006 Multistate outbreak of Salmonella serotype Tennessee infections.
Peter Pan and Great Value peanut butter with product codes beginning with 2111 are identified as the source of the outbreak. Both are manufactured at the ConAgra Foods facility in Sylvester, Georgia.
628 cases in 47 states reported to the CDC. No deaths are attributed to this infection.