In one of the largest ever food safety fine and forfeiture case a producer of Honey Smacks cereal pleaded guilty to operating in unsanitary conditions that resulted in an outbreak of Salmonella infections.

The $19.2 million payment is part of a federal plea agreement with food and ingredient manufacturing company

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There has been a shift in consumer confidence around food safety and hygiene because of COVID-19 in the United Kingdom, according to a survey.

Findings show increased consciousness of food safety and hygiene when eating out, according to the BSI (British Standards Institution).

Polling of 2,182 UK adults online by
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No one knew acrylamide even existed until it was discovered in 2002. It’s been around close to forever, though. Awareness of the chemical raised a problem. It is “reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen,” according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. At high doses in laboratory animals, acrylamide
Continue Reading Firms rush to market with acrylamide control product ahead of new regs