A complaint lodged by Del Monte Fresh Produce against an Oregon Public Health epidemiologist has been dismissed by the state’s Government Ethics Commission.
The Oregonian’s Lynne Terry reported Monday that the commission considers allegations of
With Listeria-laced cantaloupe sickening dozens and killing at least four in at least nine states (all these numbers will increase in the next 24 hours), what is the problem and what can a consumer do?
Arsenic and apple juice. Not words you like to see in the same sentence.
There has been publicity recently over the amount of arsenic in the apple juice that many children drink.
But the Food
Del Monte’s legal cannon shot fired at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Oregon Public Health department over the past week was heard clearly by food safety officials around the country, from Washington
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) may be hitting another hurdle in the effort to fund its new responsibilities under the Food Safety Modernization Act.
FDAImports.com, LLC, a consulting firm for food and drug
A ban on Mexican papayas entering the United States will make it a little harder to find the tasty Vitamin C-laden fruit at your favorite grocer.
More costly papayas from other growing areas will replace
In an unusual move, Del Monte Fresh Produce has filed suit against the U.S. Food and Drug Administration saying “erroneous speculation, unsupported by scientific evidence” led to a March recall of Guatemalan cantaloupes tied to
For a time, canned black beans from Japan’s Sanuki Kanzume Co. near Yurihonjyo-shi west of Tokyo were prevented from entering the U.S. because the plant was not registered for low-acid or acidified food manufacture.
Governments are stepping up scrutiny of domestic food and water supplies as radioactive material spreads from the country’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced Wednesday that it was increasing its