Ozone Purification (OZO) has secured an undisclosed investment from Astia Angels and Wheatsheaf Group.
The main cause of a staphylococcal outbreak in Luxembourg was likely due to not maintaining the cold chain after food preparation, according to a study.
Almost a third of seafood was mislabelled in Brussels with economic reasons the main driver behind the fraud, according to Oceana.
Foodborne outbreaks accounted for 3,301 illnesses, 225 hospitalizations and 30 deaths, according to an analysis of a reporting system in Canada.
A seminar this week is hoping to build on outcomes from the Sanitary and Phyto Sanitary (SPS) week in China last year on food safety.
The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) has called for research projects and said $3m funding is available.
A method for screening bacterial pathogens in the environment has been developed by researchers.
Two US-based regional centers supporting food safety training and education will be created thanks to a $2m grant.
Food recalls are likely to be inefficient in response to Ciguatera fish poisoning (CFP) outbreaks, according to researchers.
The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) has awarded 11 grants worth almost $2m to boost food safety in the sector.
A possible reason for how caramel coated apples were behind a multi-state Listeria monocytogenes outbreak linked to seven deaths has been revealed by researchers.
Current control measures for raw milk production are not sufficient to prevent illness, according to a review of an outbreak of Yersinia pseudotuberculosis (YP) last year.
An EU project is to validate optimum controls for three technologies to boost market uptake.
A consortium has been created by Purdue University to improve freeze-drying technology.
Nestlé Pakistan has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (UVAS), Lahore.
More than a third of people believe food retailers or manufacturers don’t act quickly enough or provide timely information during health scares, according to Trace One.
Strains of harmless E. coli in the intestine can interact with pathogenic varieties to increase or decrease how much toxin the pathogen produces, according to research.
Packaging from food industry by-products, the problems which can come with scaling up, active materials and limiting pathogen growth were on the agenda in Erding this week.
Leatherhead Food Research has been bought out of administration by the Science Group for £1.6M in a move that will rid the organisation of its legacy pension deficit, the buyer...
A Hiperbaric high pressure processing (HPP) machine will be installed at Cornell University thanks to State funding.
Plant-produced colicins could be used to kill pathogenic E. coli, according to researchers.
Low and middle income countries (LMICs) bear the brunt of foodborne disease (FBD), according to a review.
A method described as similar to a ‘pregnancy test’ has been developed for detecting contamination of meat products with E.coli O157 in less than 24 hours.
Links between socioeconomic status (SES) and foodborne pathogens have been analysed to better direct prevention efforts.
An enzyme that shuts down signals that bacteria use to form a biofilm has been found by researchers from the University of Maryland (UMD).