On July 24, the FDA announced that several products containing whey powder from a factory in Wisconsin have been recalled because of possible Salmonella contamination. The FDA said that no illnesses have been reported and that the voluntary recall took place out of an abundance of caution. Food Dive magazine wrote that the recalls are actually a victory for the nation's system of food safety testing. However, the magazine said, "no one associated with the whey powder – from its production to the end products – should be resting on their laurels. Consumer trust hangs in the balance, so food makers must stay vigilant and make sure their products are as free from contamination as humanly possible."