The full risk assessment of bisphenol A (BPA) will be discussed by scientists with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) in Brussels today (April 23).
An investigation into a foodborne illness during the recent Food Safety Summit has confirmed more than 100 attendees were taken ill after the event.
The food industry is moving from traditional culture to rapid methods to release product faster to the market, according to Merck Millipore.
Campylobacter infections rose and Salmonella, E.coli O157 and Listeria stayed around the same, according to US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) data.
Two outbreaks of Listeria in Austria which killed eight people were distinct and did not recently evolve from a common ancestor, according to research.
A court has ruled Puerto Rico bakery Los Genuinos must halt production after the US FDA found it had failed to address unsanitary conditions and labeling violations.
Precise, specific and reproducible results must be achieved when screening for known and unknown adulterants in milk powder, according to PerkinElmer.
Automation and the avoidance of cross contamination are crucial when extracting DNA, according to Analytik Jena.
Brand protection is the number one driving force for rapid tests and food companies testing on-site, according to Neogen.
A new round of tests to see if beef products contain horse has been ordered by the European Commission.
The embattled producer of sriracha, a popular hot sauce, has 90 days to contain fumes emitted by its processing plant, or the city could shut the operation down.
Insects might be small, but they can cause big problems in a food processing operation if they are not properly dealt with, says the USDA.
Denmark’s National Food Institute (NFI) has said it considers it ‘unwise’ to replace bisphenol A (BPA) with any of five compounds it studied until more data is available.
The full risk assessment of bisphenol A (BPA) has been moved to the end of 2014, according to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
Food fraud must be dealt with swiftly and seriously to prevent harm to consumer health, according to one industry expert.
Foodborne illness outbreaks have dropped but less are being solved, according to a Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) report.
Keeping up with ever-changing regulatory requirements and increasingly complex processing environments requires an evolved approach to safety training, according to one industry expert.
Salmonella data spanning 40 years has been put together in the hope of finding ways to reduce infections in the future.
The Ukrainian government has banned certain candy and chocolate products from part Russian state-owned firm United Confections.
Making decisions based on quick on-site analysis is helping to drive the demand for mobile colorimeters, according to Merck Millipore.
The annual Food Safety Event brings together brand owners, food processors, and other professionals to tackle top safety problems and concerns.
The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is inviting tenders for campylobacter research, to explain figures that suggest rates of food poisoning from the bacteria are lower in deprived areas of Scotland...
Salmonella and Campylobacter are showing significant resistance to common antimicrobials, according to an EU report.
Illegally manufactured Mexican-style cheese has been linked to around 100 cases of Salmonella.
Each farm environment represents a unique combination that can influence occurrence and persistence of pathogens in leafy greens production, according to an EU scientific opinion.