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Rye, low GI bread to be removed from VAT exempted goods

26 February 2018

Meanwhile, Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba said that in addition to VAT, new proposals will see an increase on duties for luxury goods.

Engineers dig in to access last dregs of the dam water

23 February 2018

Western Cape water supply is now so low that engineers are building a dam within Cape Town’s main supply dam – to pump out the last puddles of water...

Food poisoning claims at Ngqeleni school

23 February 2018

Provincial health spokesman Sizwe Kupelo said the school children had been given viennas to eat when the problem started..

Hundreds of pupils rushed to hospital as food poisoning strikes at Eastern Cape school

22 February 2018

Johannesburg – The Eastern Cape department of health has had to rush 250 pupils to hospital following an incident of food poisoning at the Ndamase Senior Secondary School outside Ngqeleni, east of Mthatha.

Plans to speed up pig slaughter times could endanger food safety

22 February 2018

US industry chiefs are pushing for line speeds to be increased so that more animals can be slaughtered per hour. But campaigners say this could exacerbate food safety problems

Opposition hits out at ‘lack of info’ on Listeria outbreak

22 February 2018

The main opposition party in South Africa has hit out at the ‘lack of information’ on the Listeria outbreak which has sickened 915 and killed 172 people.

The Future of Food Safety for the Foodservice Industry

21 February 2018

The 1980s and 1990s were a challenging period for the U.S. restaurant and foodservice industry, marked by the evolution and globalization of food supply chains; increased regulatory oversight to control Escherichia coli O157:H7, Listeria monocytogenes, Salmonella and other potent

Scientists race to explore Antarctic marine life revealed by giant iceberg

21 February 2018

British Antarctic Survey is trying to reach a newly revealed ecosystem that had been hidden for 120,000 years below the Larsen C ice shelf

Industry weighs in on Listeria monocytogenes and ag water regulations

20 February 2018

The produce industry is acutely aware of the potential adverse public health consequences that can be associated with Listeria monocytogenes (Lm) and fresh produce. However, fresh produce poses a unique challenge among FDA regulated foods

Smartphone app that to detect if your meal contains bacteria

20 February 2018

An end to food poisoning? Scientists develop $30 smartphone app that could tell you if your meal contains bacteria

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