A 27-year-old post-graduate student at Fudan University in Shanghai was hailed as a “Food Safety Warrior” in the June 4 edition of the Beijing Review, China’s national English news weekly. The newspaper recognized Wu
Amnesty International (AI) has lost track of Chinese food safety advocate Zhao Lianhai.
AI’s Alex Edwards told Food Safety News the last solid information about Zhao, 40, was in January 2011, more than a year
A leading United Nations human rights official expressed concern Thursday over China’s treatment of food safety activists.
Olivier De Schuttter, the United Nations’ Human Rights Council’s independent expert on the right to food, said in
It’s Christmas Eve and time for Food Safety News to present its second annual Naughty List. By publishing this list on the day before Christmas, those named will know they should not expect anything special
Think of the role of parents in advancing food safety in the United States. Nancy Donley, Suzanne Kiner, Peter Hurley, and Kip Moore are a few of the many who come to mind.