Shenandoah Growers Inc. is recalling its fresh cut, packaged organic basil packed at its Indianapolis location because sample tests showed the Cyclospora parasite. Retailers, including Kroger and Schnuck’s received the implicated herb.
A Shigella outbreak in Denmark that sickened more than 40 people was likely caused by imported fresh mint.
In August and September, 44 Danes became ill including 30 women and 14 men between 0 and…
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The system in Egypt to control microbiological risks in food of non-animal origin for export to the European Union is in a phase of transition and reform, according to a report.
A study by German researchers has raised concerns on the microbiological quality of ready-to-eat salad mixes and fresh sprouts.
The three-year research project by the Max Rubner Institute also found the microbiological quality of cucumbers,…
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Official food safety controls in Turkey can ensure that food of non-animal origin intended for export to the European Union meet requirements for primary production and processing, according to a report.
The Directorate-General for Health…
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