The Food and Drug Administration recently sent warning letters to a Massachusetts bakery, two seafood processing facilities in China and Greece because inspectors found significant violations of U.S. food safety laws at their operations.
Michigan officials made an urgent appeal Thursday for anyone who has eaten baked goods from a specific Meijer grocery store to immediately seek medical attention because an employee there has been confirmed with a hepatitis…
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A bakery in New Mexico is on notice from the FDA for failing to take required steps to ensure that food handling techniques, facility cleaning and sanitization, and pest protection are in accordance with food…
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A French-owned bakery in Seattle, a juice processor in Melville, NY, and a seafood processing facility in San Juan Bautista, CA are subjects of recent warning letters from the U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA).…
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The 20-year-old Chantel’s Cakes and Pastries, located not far off the runways near Washington’s Dulles International Airport, has found that a federal case is being made of its problems.
Chantel’s, of Sterling, VA, was subjected
“I am. Therefore I bake,” is the motto of the Tiller Biscotti & Cookie Company in Jackson, MS. Federal regulators, however, seem to focus more on the existence of potential violations of Current Good Manufacturing
A bakery with misbranding issues and a juice-maker with sanitation problems have received warning letters from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Minneapolis district office.
Misbranding violations were found at Wisconsin Brother’s Bakery Inc., located
Abruzzino’s Italian Bakery, LLC, which sells it products through such retail outlets as Wal-Mart, has not addressed all its food safety problems.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on Dec. 1 issued a “Warning Letter”
E. coli O157:H7 keeps popping up in the strangest places in the United Kingdom. Last July, it was a “fish and chips” shop and now it is a Gateshead bakery.
The Myers Bakery on Felling