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Public warned of Salmonella outbreak in Adelaide traced to raw alfalfa sprouts
A Salmonella outbreak in an Australian state linked to alfalfa sprouts has eight confirmed cases.Â Testing of retail product confirmed Salmonella presence in a variety of alfalfa sprout products.
â??Phillyâ?? beef recalled after company tests show possible Listeria contamination
A supplier to the countryâ??s largest foodservice supplier, Sysco, is recalling more than 3 tons of â??Philly Beef Stakeâ?? after the producerâ??s internal testing showed possible contamination with L
FSAI audit finds problems with retailersâ?? recall procedures
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland has found some stores in the country had â??deficienciesâ?? in procedures to withdraw or recall food.
An audit showed four stores had no processes in place to effe
Officials havenâ??t revealed restaurants that served eggs linked to outbreak
State and federal public health officials have not named restaurants that are implicated in a Salmonella outbreak. Gravel Ridge Farms, identified as the egg supplier, recalled an unspecified number of
FSS cites MPI review backing conclusions in Errington Cheese case
Food Standards Scotland has cited an independent review supporting its handling of an E. coli outbreak investigation traced to a cheesemaker in 2016 in response to â??ongoing commentaryâ?? on the case
Northern Colorado restaurant involved in Salmonella outbreak set to reopen today
A Northern Colorado restaurant at the center of a local Salmonella outbreak will reopen today after being closed for almost three weeks.
La Luz Mexican Grill, located in Old Town Fort Collins, closed
Australian officials report Salmonella outbreak in Sydney linked to shell eggs
At least 23 people have been infected with Salmonella in an Australian state from an outbreak linked to eggs.Â Eggz on the run Pty Ltd. has recalled 12 Glendenning Farms whole shell eggs in cartons an
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Hundreds of Pashaâ??s customers report illnesses; some positive for Salmonella
More than 250 people have contacted San Antonioâ??s public health division with complaints of food poisoning symptoms after dining at Pashaâ??s Mediterranean Grill during Labor Day weekend. The restau
EU health and food safety department to get new director-general
The European Commission is to appoint a new director-general in its health and food safety department from next month.
Anne Bucher, a French national, has worked for the Commission for 35 years across
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