Three out of seven strains of Salmonella from an outbreak that has sickened more than 300 people are resistant to multiple antibiotics, said the US Centers for Disease Control and...
Listeria has forced recalls from four US companies in products ranging from meat to salads.
The French food safety agency (ANSES) has called for input into the safety of red yeast rice – commonly used in food supplements with EFSA-backed cholesterol management health claims –...
Fresh cilantro from Mexico has been linked to almost 300 illnesses from cyclosporiasis in Texas, according to the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has made a second recall on beef contaminated with possible E. coli.
This month sees the return of the US Food and Drug Administration food recalls after work resumed following the US Government shutdown.
Slashed in half by the US government shutdown, the full workforce of the FDA is back on the job.
The leader of a packaging organization fires back at claims that reusable plastic containers used to transport produce are unsanitary.
A poultry producer tied to a multi-state salmonella outbreak will remain open, according to the US Department of Agriculture.
Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to USA, Canada, France and around Europe and Asia where we find Salmonella and Listeria prompting action....
Salmonella has sickened almost 300 people from raw chicken products produced by Foster Farms at three facilities inCalifornia.
One person has died and at least 25 have been sickened by an outbreak of E.coli O157:H7 linked to cheese produced by Gort’s Gouda Cheese farm in Canada.
Walkers Snack Foods has withdrawn a batch of its crisps because the product contains egg and shrimp that are not declared on the label.
Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to Germany, USA, Canada and UK where we find Salmonella, Clostidium botulinum, undeclared allergens, plastic contamination...
Who is affected by the US government shutdown and how are people reacting so far to the news and its affect on the food industry? FoodQualityNews takes a look at...
Heat generated from traditional composting processes in the mushroom industry is adequate for eliminating pathogens, according to a study.
Almost half of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) employees have been furloughed after the federal government failed to agree a budget deal by the midnight deadline.
An outbreak of Salmonella that has sickened at least 18 people is being investigated by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA).
Food Safety and Testing 2013 - the inaugural online event on the topic organised by FoodQualityNews and sister site FoodProductionDaily is today (26 September).
Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to USA, Canada, Australia and Germany where we find Listeria, Salmonella undeclared milk and iodine level...
Food safety and testing.
Salmonella ranks as the pathogen most linked to deaths after a decade-long Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) surveillance report.
Widespread rodent and insect infestation has prompted Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to prevent distribution of food products at two Virginia companies.
Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to UK, USA, Canada, Greece and around the EU where we find undeclared allergens, uninspected ravioli,...
Campylobacter and shiga toxin/verotoxin-producing E. coli infections increased over a four year period according to the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).