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Cargillâ??s 66 million tons of recalled beef for E. coli contamination went everywhere
Just as the late, great Johnny Cash once sang about having traveled every road in the land, those 66 tons of ground beef recalled on Sept. 20 by Cargill Meat Solutions after a deadly E. coli O26 outbr
Thereâ??s room on the hamburger bun for cell-cultured meat and politics
During the recent Good Food Institute conference on cell-cultured meat, an industry executive remarked that he tries to stay away from politics and focus on his company and developing the tech
Sweden reports two E. coli outbreaks; more than 100 ill
Sweden has been hit by two different outbreaks of E. coli, with one of them affecting more than 100 people. A pizza ingredient is suspected, but investigations are ongoing.
An outbreak of E. coli O157
Needles in strawberries tampering issue hits New Zealand
The scare about sewing needles in strawberries first identified in Australia has spread to New Zealand.
Officials with Countdown, a supermarket in New Zealand, said needles were found in a punnet of s
The Food Safety Coach â?? Finding my passion through food poisoning
Looking back, food safety and sports went hand in hand throughout my entire life; I always fueled myself for optimal function and recovery, and foodborneÂ illness was not a desired part of
New edition of â??Poisonedâ?? by the prolific Jeff Benedict shipped by publishers
A new edition of â??Poisoned: The True Story of the Deadly E. Coli Outbreak That Changed the Way Americans Eatâ?? by Jeff Benedict has been shipped to distributors by book publishers Thomson-Shore.
Domestic dairy owners, foreign seafood processor warned about illegal activities
The Food and Drug Administration recently sent warning letters to a Nebraska dairy and a seafood processor in Thailand because inspectors found significant violations of U.S. food safety laws at their
EU audit finds Thai poultry controls worse than before
An audit of the control system in Thailand on poultry meat for export to Europe has found it has got worse in some areas since the last inspection in 2013.
Auditors from the Directorate-General Health
Letter From The Editor: Any answers to the yearâ??s persistent questions?
Every year at about this time–after it appears highly unlikely that our Colorado Rockies will take the National League West–I begin thinking about what type of year the rest of us having.
Use of WGS in Europe continues to increase
Two-thirds of 30 European countries were routinely using whole genome sequencing in 2017 for national surveillance of at least one human pathogen, according to a survey.
This figure is up from 16 coun
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