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Bacillus cereus group data gaps identified by EFSA panel

A European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) panel has called for research on dose–response and behavioural characteristics of Bacillus cereus to identify routes and critical steps of contamination.

A Gram-stained photomicrograph of rod-shaped, Bacillus cereus bacteria. Picture: CDC/ Dr. William A. Clark

PHE: E. coli O157 outbreak ‘subsiding’; source still unconfirmed

Public Health England (PHE), the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC), the Food Standards Agency (FSA) and the European Commission are involved in attempting to identify the source of an E. coli O157 outbreak in the UK.

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Oxygen power: Neo-Pure tech aims to ease bakery product recalls

Pacific Grain and Foods, one of the largest bakery ingredients suppliers in the US, has become Agri-Neo’s first US client to purchase its latest food safety technology Neo-Pure.

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Solus Scientific tests backed by AOAC

Solus Scientific has had its Salmonella and Listeria test systems for food and environmental samples approved by the AOAC.

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RF Biocidics pasteurization process for raw almonds certified

RF Biocidics has received certification for its system to pasteurize raw almonds.

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