The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Stop Foodborne Illness, a non-profit public health organization, have announced a fifth webinar in their collaborative series that explores food safety culture. The fifth webinar, called “Rewards andContinue Reading FDA and STOP announce the fifth webinar in series on food safety culture
Editor’s note: This is a letter sent by a large coalition of consumer and industry groups to Jane Henney, the chair of the Independent Expert Panel – FDA Human Foods Program of the Reagan-Udall Foundation…Continue Reading Coalition asks review panel to consider food leader for upper echelon at FDA
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Last week, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration published the results of its internal review of the agency’s actions — and inaction — in connection with the February 2022 recall of powdered…Continue Reading FDA evaluation of infant formula shows lack of urgency, mishandling of situation
Several groups, including Consumer Reports and STOP Foodborne Illness, have written to USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack in support of increased food safety efforts regarding Salmonella in poultry.
The groups describe current regulations as “antiquated” and…Continue Reading Consumer groups encourage USDA secretary to continue efforts to make chicken products safer
Today is the start of Food Safety Education Month and STOP Foodborne Illness is kicking off its second annual STOP3000.
STOP3000 commemorates the estimated 3000 annual, preventable deaths from foodborne pathogens. Three thousand individual deaths…Continue Reading STOP Foodborne Illness kicks off Food Safety Education Month with STOP3000
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and STOP Foodborne Illness have announced the fourth webinar in the “Collaborating on Culture in the New Era of Smarter Food Safety” series that explores food safety culture.
The…Continue Reading FDA and STOP to co-host live Food Safety Culture Webinar at IAFP
Ten years ago the California LGMA partnered with STOP Foodborne Illness to create a motivational training video for leafy greens producers. In May 2022, the California LGMA and STOP Foodborne Illness provided an update to…Continue Reading California LGMA and STOP update “The Why Behind Food Safety” video
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This week there were three hearings in Washington D.C. addressing the infant formula shortage and the reasons behind it. FDA officials were pressed about the failure of leadership and disorganization of the
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and STOP Foodborne Illness have announced the third webinar in the “Collaborating on Culture in the New Era of Smarter Food Safety” series that explores food safety culture.
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By Mitzi D. Baum and James Kincheloe
The recent media coverage and public outcry over illnesses and two infant deaths associated with recalled powdered infant formula due to Cronobacter contamination is the …