If you’re a farmer who has something customers want, it only makes sense to do your best to get it to them. Unless, of course, if it’s something that’s illegal to sell in your state
A Washington State dairy is recalling unpasteurized, raw milk from retailers and consumers after state tests showed a sample was contaminated with Shiga toxin-producing E. Coli.
Williams Valley Family Farm LLC announced the recall today,…
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She can grow some mean salad greens. “So healthy for you and your family,” she’ll cheerfully tell the customer who makes regular stops at her booth at the local farmers market.
Have you heard of Tiger Meat or Cannibal Sandwiches? If you’re from Wisconsin, I’m sure you have. I was introduced to this holiday tradition by my fiance’s family, who are all from northern Wisconsin.
Have you ever eaten a dinosaur before?
Turns out that a lot of kids, and adults, have thanks to Perdue Farm’s “Chicken Plus” nuggets that are shaped like dinosaurs. But more notable than their…
Continue Reading ‘Flexitarians’ drive meat-vegetable hybrids toward more marketshare
The Penn State Extension service is offering a webinar next week for volunteers who help prepare and serve food for their nonprofit organizations. The webinar is set from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST on …
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Food Safety News was founded in 2009 by the world-recognized food safety expert, attorney Bill Marler.
Since then, FSN has grown into a leading outlet for news about all aspects of the food safety arena …
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There are many food safety risks associated with fairs and carnivals; mobile and temporary vendors can lack clean workstations, there aren’t always sinks for employees to wash their hands or even gloves for employees to…
Continue Reading State fairs find ways to promote local agriculture despite cancelations
A food chain important to Inuit in Northeastern Canada has been poisoned by a fuel slick off the coast of Labrador, potentially causing short and long-term food safety concerns.
Even when lethal impacts are not…
Continue Reading Oil slick off coast of Labrador threatens food chain
Having earlier this year postponed the organization’s annual conference, officials with the International Association for Food Protection report they hope to soon announce new dates, likely in the fourth quarter of this calendar year.