The Reagan-Udall Foundation has announced five members of an independent expert panel who will conduct an operational evaluation of the Food and Drug Administration’s human foods program. Dr. Jane Henney, former FDA Commissioner, was namedContinue Reading Members of FDA review panel named
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Kevin came into our lives early in the morning on…Continue Reading Remembering Kevin: There was no accountability
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Red, white and yellow onions. Garden salad. Bean sprouts. Parsley.
These are just some…
Continue Reading The shifting sands of food recalls
Ohio State’s Center for Foodborne Illness and Research and Prevention (CFI) is inviting the public and other interested individuals to a free webinar on Wednesday, Oct. 27, from noon to 1 p.m. EDT.
Caroline Smith DeWaal today told IAFP delegates to think big when tackling challenges of the 21st century as she opened the virtual event.
The deputy director of EatSafe (Evidence and Action Towards Safe, Nutritious Food)…
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COLUMBUS, Ohio—A new endowed fund to support food safety has been established thanks to a $100,000 gift from Bill Marler and Marler Clark LLP PS, The Food Safety Law Firm.
The gift, presented to The…
Continue Reading $100,000 gift to CFAES to support food safety
GENEVA — The World Health Organization’s leaders say it will help countries estimate their respective foodborne disease burdens.
Kazuaki Miyagishima, director of food safety and zoonoses and foodborne diseases at the international organization, said there…
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Justing repeating its choice for a preferred regulatory agency did not sound like much of a strategy for the meat industry, and the “name game” left the cell-cultured food technologists looking a little confused.
WebMD, the popular website for checking on symptoms and finding a medical doctor, has published a list of foods “most likely” to cause foodborne illness.
Certain foods, more than others, are linked to foodborne illnesses,…
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Consumers have grown accustomed to the routine of food safety recalls: A food company announces a recall after releasing a product into the market that later turns out to be contaminated with a harmful pathogen,…
Continue Reading Are Recalls an Effective Element of Food Safety?