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The pandemic will no doubt net more headlines in 2022 than any other topic, but that doesn’t mean discussions and news coverage about food safety will fade away. Along with recalls, outbreaks, and regulations, there…
Continue Reading The crystal ball for 2022 shows several food safety topics still in the spotlight
Some, I am sure, are a bit tired of my ranting about the FSIS doing its job and deeming Salmonella that causes human illness an adulterant in meat.
Fact, after E. coli O157:H7 was…
Continue Reading Publisher’s Platform: I still want to go out of business — it’s Salmonella this time
By Michael Fisher
The FSN article “25 years later FSIS final rule on pathogen reduction still making a difference,” tells a story through rose-colored glasses. Like Paul Wolseley of the FSIS Office of Field…
Continue Reading Same canvas, different picture
food safety education month
Statistics never account for the trauma or years of suffering that follow foodborne illnesses. While here, at Food Safety News, we try to keep you informed of the numbers, the …
Continue Reading Finding sympathy in the statistics: Views from Dave Theno Fellow Jaime Ragos
This year marks 25 years since FSIS issued its landmark final rule, “Pathogen Reduction/Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (PR/HACCP),” issued in the summer of 1996.
“Food safety is an ever-evolving process,” said FSIS
On Wednesday, Jan. 20, I sat through a few meetings, delivered a presentation on food safety labeling, and was interviewed for a podcast on food safety. All of this work took place at…
A documentary based on Jeff Benedict’s 2013 bestseller “Poisoned” has officially been announced.
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I am responding to Brianna Leach’s article released…
Continue Reading Letter to The Editor: Is contributing author HACCP trained?