Researchers at the University of Georgia have provided multifaceted evidence to suggest the likely origins behind the global spread of SalmonellaEnteritidis, which has caused recurring outbreaks of the foodborne pandemic linked to poultry products.
Out of 90 submitting teams the FDA has announced a dozen winners in its “Low- or No-Cost Tech-Enabled Traceability Challenge.”
Including the United States, companies and groups from 14 countries entered the contest. The goal…
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A survey has reviewed the opinions on food safety for companies in the United States and two other countries to find out how they view Danish standards.
The Food Nation report is based on a…
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Food Safety Education Month
During this year’s national Food Safety Education Month, STOP Foodborne Illness is asking their constituents and the public at large to increase awareness about foodborne illness and the fact that an …
Continue Reading STOP3000: Raising awareness of foodborne illness with every step
Scientists have provided more details about the first documented outbreak of giardiasis in Italy that was linked to tap water, according to recently published research.
More than 200 people were affected during several months and…
Continue Reading Researchers find Italian Giardia outbreak linked to tap water
By Brian Ronholm
Imagine using a radar gun to detect speeding in cars, but then manipulating the radar so that it only detects speeding in cars going over 100 mph. This means any…
Continue Reading FDA’s new test results on PFAS in food tell an incomplete story
A study in Switzerland has identified feeding pets raw meat could be a potential source of Shiga toxin-producing E. coli for people and animals.
Giving domesticated animals raw meat-based diets (RMBDs) is becoming increasingly popular…
Continue Reading Study finds STEC in raw meat pet food
Stifling heat waves, droughts, devastating forest and wildland fires, flooding, violent cyclones, rising sea levels, human lives lost — we’ve heard about this and more in the news this summer. And while each story is…
Continue Reading Tackling climate change can boost food safety
According to investors, the food safety of fresh produce comes down to pride, potential, partnership and priorities.
Sysco, Tanimura & Antle and grower groups California Fresh Fruit Association and Washington State Tree Fruit Association have …
Continue Reading CPS research gets significant financial boost from buyers, sellers, growers
Essential elements of a processing environment monitoring program have been identified by an expert group of the International Life Sciences Institute (ILSI) Europe.
The aim is to help industry and regulators with targeted environmental monitoring…
Continue Reading Study outlines key points for more effective environmental monitoring
This year marks 25 years since FSIS issued its landmark final rule, “Pathogen Reduction/Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (PR/HACCP),” issued in the summer of 1996.
“Food safety is an ever-evolving process,” said FSIS