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Campylobacter and Salmonella behind most outbreaks in Germany

02 October 2018

a Almost 400 foodborne outbreaks occurred in Germany last year, according to a report. Most outbreaks with high evidence were caused by raw milk. A total of 389 outbreaks involved at least 2,277 illnes

New U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal maintains status quo on food safety

02 October 2018

a The new U.S.-Mexico-Canada-Agreement, USMCA contains food safety provisions not unlike the North American Free Trade Agreement it seeks to replace, but not the kind of changes some wanted. Fulfilling

FDA says pesticide/herbicide levels OK in most food; glyphosate within legal limits

02 October 2018

a A special testing program showed more than 60 percent of corn and soybeans sampled by the Food and Drug Administration were positive for glyphosate and glufosinate residues in FY 2016, but none of the

Faces of Food Safety: Meet Paul Moede of FSIS

02 October 2018

a Contributed Editorâ??s note: This is a recent installment in a series of employee profiles being published by the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ??s Food Safety Inspection Service, republished here wi

LGA calls for display of food hygiene ratings in England

02 October 2018

a The Local Government Association (LGA) has renewed calls for all businesses serving food in England to be forced to display food hygiene ratings. Recent figures have shown half of businesses in Englan

Researchers detail rare outbreak of paralytic shellfish poisoning

02 October 2018

a Australian researchers have examined an outbreak of paralytic shellfish poisoning in 2015 that caused at least four cases in Tasmania. Paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) is a rare illness caused by e

Dave Theno Fellow: Emily Forauer pursues food safety advances in the lab

01 October 2018

a Opinion Editorâ??s note: This is the final piece in a series of articles and opinion columns we have published in recognition of September as Food Safety Education Month. A fortuitous combination of a

Poultry line speed waivers possible if producers meet new criteria

01 October 2018

a To get a “speed waiver” to run an “evisceration line” at up to 175 birds per minute, rather than the current 140 bpm, is going to require poultry businesses to jump through a f

County links E. coli outbreak to ham products from local meat market

01 October 2018

a A county health department in Missouri has linked four confirmed cases of E. coli O157:H7 infection to ham sold by a local meat market. The business is recalling some of its products. Williams Brother

Ice cream maker expands recall; stops production because of Listeria

01 October 2018

a A micro-creamery owner has closed up shop until further notice because state testing found Listeria monocytogenes in his companyâ??s ice cream and production plant. The owner also expanded a previous

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