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Study: Lab work in South Africa’s Listeria outbreak was ‘remarkable’
Researchers have described how a laboratory handled increased demand during the 2017-2018 listeriosis outbreak in South Africa.
Authorities bust criminal ring dealing in ‘yellow gold’ aka fake olive oil
The operation named “Oro Giallo” — Yellow gold in English — involving Europol, Eurojust, the NAS Carabinieri from Italy, the Italian public prosecution office of Foggia, and the tribunal of Darmstadt in Germany, led to the arrest of 24 people and seizure...
Developing effective sanitation practices requires strategy and teamwork
Editor’s note: This is part of a series on food safety costs for businesses. The series is sponsored by CERTUS Food Safety. This piece explores the development of effective sanitation practices.
Prop 65 may be requiring more warnings by more food companies
Almost as many food companies this year have been caught up in California’s Proposition 65 cancer and toxic warnings than during all of last year.
Speaking last week in Chicago, Food Industry Co
Publix recalls Biltmore brand smoked salmon for Listeria risk
State tests by Florida inspectors spurred officials with the Publix grocery store chain to recall Biltmore branded smoked salmon because of the risk of Listeria monocytogenes.
The implicated fish was
Letter From the Editor: The four horsemen speak at Town Hall
There are at least two ways to generate a crowd at a food safety conference. You can do a panel of opponents where individuals who’ve been on opposite sides speak from the same podium.
Researchers recommend heating raw milk to kill pathogens
Researchers looking at Shiga toxin-producing E. coli and Campylobacter jejuni in unpasteurized, raw milk in Finland have advised heat treatment before consumption.
The study suggested milk filters are
Researchers say vaccinations could stamp out hepatitis A outbreaks
Reports of hepatitis A infections in the United States increased by about 300 percent in 2016-2018 compared with the previous two years, according to research published this week by the Centers for Di
Alfalfa sprouts linked to Salmonella outbreak in New Zealand
Almost 70 people have fallen ill in New Zealand with Salmonella infections from alfalfa sprouts.
GSF Fresh New Zealand recalled some of its Pams, Sproutman and Fresh Harvest branded sprout products be
CDC says certain fresh oysters from Mexico linked to illnesses in the U.S.
Following a health warning earlier this week from California officials about fresh oysters from Mexico, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Protection issued its own public alert today.
The CDC i
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