The Food Standards Agency (FSA) has warned consumers not to eat certain types of French cheese after it was linked to the bacteria Brucella.
The Reportable Food Registry has helped the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) target its food safety strategy and increase the speed with which it has been able to take action,...
Nestle Prepared Foods Company has initiated a recall of its Stouffer’s-brand Lasagna after consumers reported finding another Stouffer’s product in the Lasagna packaging.
Authorities in China say that samples of beverages supplied by Coca-Cola Shanxi Beverages are safe to consume after an anonymous employee alleged mass chlorine contamination.
A US fish processor is recalling nearly 60,000 pounds of frozen ‘tuna scrape’ after the product was linked to an outbreak of Salmonella Bareilly that has sickened 116 people across 20 states.
Heineken USA has urged consumers not to drink several of its beer brands across 43 states due to a bottle manufacturing defect that means small glass particles could fall into liquid.
Odwalla is still working with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) to ascertain the cause of allergic reactions among consumers of its...
Kraft Foods has voluntarily recalled one date code of its Planters Cocktail Peanuts because the products may have been exposed to water not intended for use in food.
Odwalla has issued a ‘nationwide allergy alert’ in the US and is recalling dairy-based chocolate beverages that it warned could cause‘serious or life-threatening’ reactions in nut allergic consumers.
US food safety officials are coordinating with a packaging company in the recall of more than 25,000 pounds of chicken apple sausage products over fears they may contain pieces of plastic.
US firm Crème Curls Bakery has recalled some of its vanilla cream puff products because the source of sodium caseinate, a milk derivative, is not labelled on the product, putting...
A Canadian 'blanket' recall of frozen ground beef products feared to be tainted with E.coli O157:H7 has again been extended – this time by a distributor in the US....
Canadian food safety authorities have issued a “blanket” extended warning on ground beef products potentially contaminated with E.coli O157:H7 – almost a month after FoodQualityNews.com reported the original recall....
A France-based retailer has opened an investigation after a consumer found a mouse’s head in a can of supermarket-brand green beans.
Lituanica UK has recalled all batches of Arsenal brand vanilla marshmallows over fears the products may contain peanuts, which isn’t mentioned on the label.
Analyzing the distribution, or epidemiology, of foodborne illnesses is a standard tool in controlling outbreaks, but infodemiology – the analysis of information distributed on the internet – could help minimize...
UK retailer Morrisons has initiated a recall of its own-brand Whole Nut Milk Chocolate over fears that it may be contaminated with small pieces of metal.
Canadian food safety authorities are yet to establish the source of a frozen meat-related E.coli O157:H7 contamination that has sickened one person in the country to-date.
The 2011 cantaloupe-related Listeria outbreak has continued to effect food recalls across the US, with a 50% increase in the number of recalls in the fourth quarter of 2011 compared with Q3.
Fonterra has recalled 410,000 packs of butter after consumer complaints about the presence of ‘fine metal objects’, and has moved quickly to limit fallout from the incident.
More than one million hard-boiled eggs are being recalled across the US over fears the products could be contaminated with potentially-deadly Listeria monocytogenes.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is taking action to halt production at a New York cheese manufacturing facility after numerous food safety failures.
Tainted powdered milk formula from Belgium has been recalled in Russia after more than a dozen babies were struck down with Salmonellosis.
US-based Rich Products Corporation has extended a recall of some of its cake products over fears they may be contaminated with small fragments of plastic from the packaging.
The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded a $25m research grant to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) to tackle Shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) in the beef supply chain.