On Thursday, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) began rolling out Twitter feeds to provide consumers with alerts about food recalls and other food safety information specific to their area.
In what is being described as the most recent example of a live-tweeted outbreak of illness, student journalists in Canada used Twitter this past weekend to report what likely was a rash of norovirus at
Are you on Twitter? Here is our updated guide of who to follow for food safety news, discussion, and expertise:
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According to a recent survey, food safety was the most memorable food story in the media last year. Meanwhile, with over 100 million users and 2 billion “tweets” per quarter, Twitter is taking the social
Social media sites like Twitter and Facebook are growing at a staggering rate. According to The Nielson Company, consumers spent 82 percent more time using social networking sites this year than last. Were Facebook a