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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
Juniorâ??s Smokehouse recalls teriyaki beef jerky containing hard metal pieces
Juniorâ??s Smokehouse Processing Plant in El Campo, TX on Friday recalled approximately 690 pounds of ready-to-eat teriyaki beef jerky products, which the U.S. Department of Agricultureâ??s Food Safet
Olive loaf pork recalled for being too heavy on the sodium nitrite
Rochester, NY-based Zweigleâ??s Inc. late Thursday recalled approximately 6,082 pounds of ready-to-eat olive loaf pork products because sodium nitrite levels were over the regulatory limit, according
Cargill recalls 66 tons of ground beef after deadly E coli O26 outbreak
A four-state outbreak of E. coli O26 with 18 illnesses including six hospitalizations and one death was reported late Thursday by the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which issued a
Robotics, automation and the future of risk in foodservice operations
The human brain is an incredibly complex organ consisting of over 80 billion neurons with about 1 million gigabytes worth of memory storage. With so much hardware, itâ??s no wonder we sometime
Three countries with 30 foreign catfish producers want access to U.S. market
The federal government is taking comments for 30 days about whether China, Vietnam and Thailand should be listed in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) as eligible to export Siluriformes fish to the
Experts say consumers must demand improved food safety in Africa
Consumer expectations and demands have a role to play in improving food safety in Africa, according to speakers at an event in Brussels this week.
The briefing in the Belgian city was organized by the
Arizona growers hope new leafy greens protocols will help prevent outbreaks
For months romaine growers, consumer advocates, researchers and government agencies have been scrutinizing factors that contributed to this yearâ??s deadly E. coli outbreak. As of this week â
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