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The Government, led by the DoH, DAFF, the dti, the NCC) and the NRCS has been working tirelessly to control and end the listeria outbreak. Here is an update regarding the progress and achievements towards controlling and ending the Listeria outbreak,
A new three-day conference, two exciting competitions and a host of free entertainment make this food and beverage show the highlight of the F&B year in South Africa
The offices of Richard Spoor Inc., Attorneys, LHL Attorneys Incorporated and Marler Clark commend Tiger Brands on its transparency in releasing Listeria testing information to shareholders.
TraQtion, powered by global food safety leader NSF International, is a cloud-based food safety compliance software for the food and beverage industries
Globally, this is the largest outbreak of listeriosis that has been detected. Due to the potentially long incubation period of listeriosis further cases are expected before the impact of the food recall is observed. Following the identification of th
The role of DAFF in the listeriosis outbreak
As the authority responsible for export facilitation of processed meats, Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries’s visit to the Enterprise factory in Polokwane was in line with the department’s mandate of ensuring safe trade.
A top Johannesburg based law firm, LHL Attorneys, today launched a proposed class action against Tiger Brands Limited, Enterprise Foods (Pty) Ltd, and RCL Foods Limited, seeking up to half a billion rand in damages for injury and losses associated wi
William “Bill” Marler, food safety advocate and expert in foodborne illness litigation, will speak at the Food Focus Listeria Conference in Johannesburg, South Africa on Thursday, March 8.
This document has been prepared to assist roleplayers in the South African dairy industry to proactively implement measures based on a pathogen control equation programme that is considered essential in the process of Listeria safe dairy production.
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