NEW ORLEANS — More than 15,000 food scientists, chefs, recipe developers and purveyors of spices, flavorings and additives met here last week to examine the newest innovations in the cook’s pot and on grocery shelves.
A starring role for food trucks in Denver’s mayoral campaign has not prevented them from closing the show 30 miles up the road at Boulder.
In the campaign for mayor, the Denver Cup Cake truck
Following the lead of Sedgwick, Maine to exempt itself from state and federal food safety regulations, three other towns in Hancock County are now poised to adopt similar “food sovereignty” measures.
Titled “The Ordinance to
Bills to allow the retail sales of raw milk have been referred to committees in the Texas Legislature.
No meetings or hearings have been scheduled on either HB 75, referred to the House Public Health
It seems that tailored food safety regulations are closely following behind what has become a nationwide phenomenon: food trucks. Santa Monica is the latest municipality to adopt health standards specific to the trendy food establishments-on-wheels.
Restaurants in Pennsylvania’s Allegheny County would receive a food safety rating and those inspection scores would be posted online under a proposal being considered by the county’s Board of Health.
Under the new system given
Restaurants in Denver will have to pay higher fines for food safety infractions under new regulations recently approved by the City Council that went into effect over the weekend, the Denver Post reports.
The United Kingdom’s independent Food Standards Agency failed to reduce the incidence of Campylobacter in chickens by 50 percent, did not get the consumers to cut their salt in take by as much as it…
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The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection (FSIS) has developed a compliance guide on known practices for pre-harvest management to reduce E. coli O157:H7 contamination in cattle. The document was a priority for
Late last year, Deputy Agriculture Secretary Kathleen Merrigan, in the first ever live Facebook chat between the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the public, assured small meat processors and meat lockers that her