Tropical Storm Nicole has been forecasted to form into a Hurricane today and strike the east coast of Florida tonight. Those in the storm’s path should prepare for the potential damage it may cause, andContinue Reading Food safety tips for those in Hurricane Nicole’s path
Food safety tips issued after Australian floods
Food safety advice has been offered following several floods in eastern Australia in the past few weeks.
Flooding and heavy rain in Queensland and New South Wales has caused power outages and roads to be…
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Australians warned not to become complacent about food poisoning
The Food Safety Information Council (FSIC) has urged consumers not to become complacent about food poisoning.
The message comes as part of Australian Food Safety Week which runs from Nov. 13 to 20. The focus…
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WHO helps Iraq improve food safety; prepares for high level event in Ethiopia
World Health Organization (WHO) experts visited Iraq in recent days to conduct field visits and a workshop on food safety and quality assurance. The international organization has identified food safety as one of the most…
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Cuts in Public Health Preparedness Could Hurt Food Industry
Although preparedness for public health emergencies had been on an upward climb in the U.S. over the last decade, some of our most elementary capabilities are experiencing cuts in every state across the country. This…
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Budget Cuts Continue to Erode Public Health Readiness
Federal and state budget cuts are taking a measurable toll on the food safety system, according to a new analysis by the Trust for America’s Health and Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Economic slowdown and widening…
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