Scientists have looked at Campylobacter in France over the past two decades.

Campylobacter surveillance involves Santé publique France, the National Reference Center for Campylobacter and Helicobacter, the General Directorate for Food (DGAL), the General Directorate for Concurrence, Consumption and Fraud Control (DGCCRF), the National Reference Laboratory for Campylobacter and medical

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A number of European countries have again expressed concerns about how the ethylene oxide contamination incidents are being handled.

Several nations highlighted the high burden of required action as more products are found to be contaminated at low levels from different origins and described it as “no longer manageable.”

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Lithuanian authorities have stopped the sale of possibly unsafe meat, clamped down on fish traders and uncovered food supplement violations in the past month.

Officers at the State Food and Veterinary Service (VMVT) blocked the sale of almost 10 tons of potentially unsafe meat products in early December.

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Food safety officials in Luxembourg have issued a warning after a company in the United States contacted residents about dietary supplements.

The Food Safety Unit of the National Health Directorate said it has learned of an incident in which an unnamed business based in the United States approached people in
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More than 15,000 tons of food and drink worth $60 million has been seized globally in operations targeting fake and potentially dangerous products.

Operation Opson X involved 72 countries between December 2020 and June 2021. The annual drive is coordinated by Interpol and Europol and featured police, customs, national food
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