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More than 20 Malay-Muslim groups have called for a boycott of Cadbury products after pork DNA was found in two batches of the company’s chocolate, reports the Malay Mail Online . ...
Cadbury Malaysia, part of Mondelez International Inc, has recalled two batches of halal chocolate which tested positive for traces of pork DNA.
A hummus producer explains the company’s quick reaction to a positive Listeria test and lessons learned in its first-ever recall.
A produce processing plant has evacuated more than 100 staff, and sent 14 to the hospital, due to a possible ammonia leak.
A one-stop shop for food safety certification bodies has been produced by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
Food firms only have a few more days to weigh in on a rule requires companies to give a heads up on imported edibles; an expert from SGS offers advice...
Laser Application Technologies has received a thumbs up from the US Food and Drug Administration for its Natural Light Labeling system, designed to get rid of stick-on produce labels.
An EU wide report on pesticides in food has found that more than 53% of the samples tested had no measurable trace of pesticide residues, while 1.1% of those tested...
spiritsEUROPE says the tragic deaths of 80+ people in Kenya who drank bootleg spirits reportedly poisoned with methanol show why the large-scale problem of illicit alcohol should be tackled.
Cottage cheese under the Kraft Foods brand umbrella is being voluntarily recalled after ingredients were discovered to be stored outside of safe temperature parameters.
H J Heinz has been fined £50,000 and ordered to pay costs of £9,661 after an engineer severed his hand when it became trapped in an unguarded machine.
Doctor Bernhard Url is the new chief of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) after its management board confirmed the acting-chief as its next executive director this week.
The number of US shoppers considering health benefits when filling their carts with food and beverages has jumped in the past two years.
Star Snacks Co. has been fined $180,000 for wilfully exposing employees to carbon monoxide and dangerous noise levels.
Two ammonia leaks have caused the shutdown and evacuation of a Maple Leaf Foods plant and sent one person to the hospital.
The European Commission has adopted new measures to reduce consumer’s maximum levels of exposure to cadmium in foods such as chocolate and infant formula.
The sensationalist media coverage around so called ‘stealth halal’ is only fuelled by the lack of certification harmonisation, Food Navigator’s Annie-Rose Harrison-Dunn argues.
Idaho Milk Products will pay a $170,000 penalty to resolve Clean Water Act violations related to the discharge of wastewater, said the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
Sertun hand and surface sanitation towels from ITW change colors to indicate when they contain insufficient sanitizing chemicals.
The former plant operations manager at the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) has pleaded guilty to seven counts related to an Salmonella outbreak five years ago which killed nine people.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA-FSIS) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Alchemy Systems, Campden BRI, BRC Global Standards, the Safe Quality Foods Institute, and SGS have joined forces on a food safety study revealing key concerns shared around the globe, and...
The owner of a poultry site has agreed to remedy violations following an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) inspection.
Advanced tools for monitoring temperature of food products in processing environments, during transit, and at retail can keep dangerous foodborne illness from taking hold, according to CAS DataLoggers.
Saving time required to conduct pathogen tests means safer food and better operational efficiency, according to Romer Labs.