A seafood company in Indonesia and a juice manufacturer in California are both on warning from the Food and Drug Administration for serious violations of U.S. law, specifically the seafood and juice Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) and regulations.

Such violations generally result in companies’ food being determined to be adulterated and therefore…

Six seafood companies in Indonesia are on notice from the Food and Drug Administration for violations of the Seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulation, in addition to several other U.S. food safety rules.

The FDA sent the warning letters to the companies in December of 2017 and January of 2018. The agency…

Seafood companies in Alabama and Indonesia are on   warning from the Food and Drug Administration for serious violations of U.S. law, specifically the seafood Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) regulation.

Such violations generally result in companies’ food being determined to be adulterated and therefore possibly injurious to health. The FDA allows companies 15…

Ahead of the yet-to-be scheduled sentencing of the defendants, the government wants to be relieved of the burden of notifying individual victims of a scheme that altered and falsified the true USDA establishment numbers on beef products exported from the United States. Government attorneys have asked the U.S. District Court for Northern Iowa to allow…

An alleged scheme to export beef falsely labeled as eligible for sale to customers in Indonesia and Malaysia has prompted a federal grand jury to indict an elderly Iowa businessman on 19 felonies. William B. Aossey Jr., 73, will make his first appearance Thursday in U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Iowa. The…

The seaside area of Muara Baru is the largest fishing port in Indonesia. Located in North Jakarta, seafood processor P.T. Indomaguro Tunas Unggul says it has “sophisticated technology to produce natural frozen sashimi grade tuna.”

P.T. promises that its tuna-filled ships sailing across the Pacific Ocean to the United States use hygienic processes and sophisticated …

Health authorities in Jakarta yesterday said a laboratory confirmed that Indonesian-made instant noodles were not a danger, the Jakarta Globe newspaper reported.

Ten days ago, the sale of Indomie-brand instant noodles was halted in Taiwan, after the health department there said the product contained excessive levels of the preservatives methyl p-hydroxybenzoate, as well as a …

Protestors have burned piles of instant noodles in the streets of Jakarta, rebuking the Indonesian government for defending the safety of the noodles after Taiwan banned them for containing excessive chemicals.

noodle fire.jpgLast week, the Taiwan Health Department announced it was banning Indomie instant noodles, due to excessive levels of  preservatives benzoic acid, also known as …