Editor’s note: This column and profiles of the 16 food safety champions (four not pictured above) was originally published by Quality Assurance magazine. It is reprinted here with permission. To read profiles of the individualContinue Reading 30 years of food safety standouts
Seeking new models for food safety collaboration, progress
Editor’s note: This is part of a series of articles leading up to the 20th annual Food Safety Summit. The event, from May 7-10 at the Donald Stephens Convention Center in suburban Chicago, includes certification …
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Real-Life Stories Reveal the True Impact of Foodborne Illness
Alex Donley was a tender-hearted 6-year-old who dreamed of someday being a paramedic when he was stricken with an E. coli infection in 1993 after eating a hamburger made from contaminated ground beef. Four days…
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The Annual Food Safety News Christmas Day 'Nice List'
Editor’s note: We continue with our Food Safety News holiday tradition by publishing our fifth annual Christmas Day “nice” list, calling out a few folks we think are worthy of some positive mention based on …
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LFTB-maker Met With White House Staff in 2011
About a year before Lean Finely Textured Beef, or pink slime, would garner national attention — and outrage among consumers on social media — the product’s maker, Beef Product Inc, paid a visit to the…
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Donley Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Nancy Donley, president of STOP Foodborne Illness, was presented with the NSF International Lifetime Achievement Award at the 13th Annual Food Safety Summit in Washington, D.C.
NSF International acknowledged Donley’s “extraordinary efforts, outstanding dedication, and…
Food Safety: An Interview with Nancy Donley
Discussing the safety of the food we eat with Nancy Donley, president of STOP.
Let me take a heavy and a ragged but deep breath here. This is not an easy subject to write about.
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