In honor of Thanksgiving here at Food Safety News we’re hosting our fourth virtual potluck (we’ve also held virtual picnics on Memorial Day, the Fourth of July and Labor Day).
We’ll be having turkey, of
Michelle Greenhalgh works as a researcher at the Berman Institute of Bioethics at the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health in Baltimore, Maryland. She began writing for Food Safety News while completing her graduate degree at Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C.Â Her professional interests include food safety, drug policy, and informed consent regulations while her personal interests include cooking, running, and sailing. Michelle received her undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire and is a proud native of the Ocean State.
A lawsuit was filed Wednesday against Baugher’s Orchard and Farm of Westminster, MD on behalf of Baltimore resident Nicholas Fickel, who became ill after drinking unpasteurized apple cider contaminated with E. coli O157:H7.
In an effort to help improve the safety and security of the global food supply, several major American companies and food industry groups have helped lead training seminars in the Asia-Pacific region.
At an event…
Florida citrus growers will give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration a good agricultural practices document that demonstrates how the industry is working to assure that the fruit they pack is safe.
In a proactive
With the 2010 hunting season under way, the Michigan Departments of Agriculture (MDA) and Natural Resources (DNRE) have issued a press release reminding hunters and retail food establishments to follow safe handling guidelines when processing
After torrential downpour soaked their fields, some soybean farmers are being advised that they may have to destroy their crops as a food safety precaution.
At issue is a 2009 notice from the U.S. Food
On today’s grocery shelves, it’s commonplace for produce from all over the world to be displayed side by side, regardless of the season. It’s not unusual, in fact it’s expected, to see lettuce or tomatoes
Barry A. Eisenberg has been named vice president of food safety services for United Fresh Produce Association, the big Washington, D.C.-based industry association and lobbying group.
In announcing the move, United Fresh president and CEO