Congresswoman Louise Slaughter (D-NY) this week released the results a survey conducted by her office on antibiotics used in meat and poultry production. In February, the congresswoman wrote to 60 of the nation’s largest food
What you know about food safety and the way you handle and prepare food helps determine how safe you are — or how at risk you are — from coming down with a foodborne illness.…
By taking the following survey, public health professionals can help a PhD student earn his wings while improving public health. The following is a brief description of the study: To build up evidence for what…
Enough results are in from the 2012 Food Safety News Reader Survey for a 47-page report to have hit my desk by the time I returned from California late last week.
Wow! What can I
Americans are getting about one-third of all their daily calories from the “empty calories” of snack foods – that is, from solid fats and added sugar of little nutritional value, according to the USDA’s Agricultural
When the 117-year old UL (Underwriters Laboratories) has something to say about global food safety, it’s probably a good idea to listen up.
This time, UL is out with a survey of both consumer attitudes
When it comes to food, consumers value safety and affordability above all else, but their confidence in food safety is slipping, according to a new survey by the industry-backed Center for Food Integrity.
Food prices, salt, and waste all topped concerns about food safety in the periodic tracking survey conducted in the United Kingdom for the Food Standards Agency.
In a November 2010 tracking survey, the FSA found
In early July the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation released its 2010 Food & Health Survey: Consumer Attitudes Toward Food Safety, Nutrition and Health (pdf). This is the foundation’s fifth annual study gaining