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The number of food safety incidents involving an international network has stayed almost the same in the second quarter of 2022.
The International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN) was part of 46 alerts from April…Continue Reading Incidents remain stable for international food safety network
Regional World Health Organization (WHO) leaders used World Food Safety Day to highlight topics important in their countries.
Takeshi Kasai, WHO regional director for the Western Pacific, said traditional markets are a key part of the…Continue Reading WHO chiefs discuss local food safety issues
The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is conducting a climate risks and food safety baseline assessment.
The exercise will determine the resilience of food and water safety and health and agriculture-related sectors in response to…Continue Reading Caribbean working on climate-related food risks
A not-for-profit foundation has called for more of a focus on food hygiene in schools.
The Reckitt Global Hygiene Institute was set up in 2020 to build a body of research that can contribute to…Continue Reading Institute wants increased attention on food hygiene education
The government of Uganda has started a campaign to tackle the high levels of aflatoxin in food.
The call, supported by Oxfam, the Uganda National Bureau of Standards (UNBS), the Grain Council of Uganda and…Continue Reading Uganda sets sights on reducing aflatoxin burden
Many people in Ireland do not know how to make a complaint to authorities about unfit food or poor hygiene practices, according to a survey.
Research commissioned by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI)…Continue Reading Survey finds Irish people unsure how to make food complaint
Improving food safety will include using better data, according to the deputy commissioner for food policy and response at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Frank Yiannas was speaking at a Health Talks webinar on…Continue Reading Better data key to improved food safety, says Yiannas
There is potential for consumers to have a stronger voice and play more of a role in food safety, according to speakers on a recent webinar.
The session, held as part of the Health Talks…Continue Reading Experts highlight role of consumer power in ensuring safe food
Officials from Europe and Africa have given their thoughts on a recently adopted international food safety plan that has set targets to reduce foodborne disease.
In a health talk on June 8, Sandra Gallina…Continue Reading Panel debates WHO’s food safety strategy