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Thailandâ??s catfish inspections found to be equivalent to U.S.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has found Thailand’s food safety inspection system for fish of the order Siluriformes (catfish) to be equivalent to that of the United States. Thailand joins C
FDA commissioner says science will answer Cyclospora questions
Citing the discovery of an infectious parasite in domestic produce this summer, the head of the FDA yesterday committed to using science to address foodborne pathogens.
A special government testing pr
Belleisle Foods initiates recall of coleslaw because of Listeria risk
A company in Canada is recalling its coleslaw because of possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.
Belleisle Foods Ltd. distributed the coleslaw in New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador,
Researchers describe non-O157 STEC outbreak traced to salad
Researchers in Finland have detailed an E. coli outbreak in 2016 with more than 230 cases linked to rocket salad, known as arugula salad by U.S. consumers.
In August 2016, an outbreak of Shiga toxin-p
E. coli found in mojitos sold on Barcelonaâ??s beaches
Spanish authorities have seized ingredients hidden in sewers and trash bins that were used to make mojitos at a tourist hot spot.
La Guardia Civil carried out controls on beaches of the Barcelona coas
Colorado restaurant goes out of business following Salmonella outbreak
La Luz Mexican Grill Inc., an Old Town Fort Collins, CO, restaurant associated with a local Salmonella outbreak that sickened at least 30 of its customers, has gone out of business.
The restaurant at
Canada warns public about danger of Salmonella in raw breaded chicken
Canada’s Council of Chief Medical Officers of Health is warning the public about the risk of Salmonella illnesses from frozen raw breaded chicken products.
“Canadians need to be aware that
Detected Salmonella outbreaks double in Denmark
There were double the amount of Salmonella outbreaks detected in Denmark last year compared to 2016, according to the 2017 annual report on zoonoses.
A total of 63 foodborne disease outbreaks with 1,1
Potential poisonous mushroom presence prompts recall
The possible presence of a poisonous mushroom variety has prompted a product recall in two countries.
Funghi Porcini Secchi Speciali of the Baresa brand is packaged in 30-gram packs with lot number an
Salmonella test results spur company to recall Malpeque oysters
Future Seafoods Inc. has initiated a recall of its Malpeque oysters afterÂ Canadian officials found Salmonella contamination in a test sample.
No illnesses have been confirmed in connection with the o
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