Canadian officials are investigating an outbreak of E. coli O121 which has sickened 12 people.
Errington Cheese is planning to put some of its products back on the market after authorities prohibited sales following an E. coli outbreak last year.
Food recalls have been notified by Canada, USA, England, Australia, Belgium, Finland, Hungary and Denmark.
Twinkies and Palmer Candy products have been drawn into the Salmonella scare linked to milk powder made by Valley Milk Products.
Understanding trends in emerging risks of imported food enables a clearer picture of those more likely to be subject to increased EU-wide official controls, according to the UK Food Standards...
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There were failures throughout the supply chain, according to a report on an E. coli O157:H7 outbreak in Canada three years ago.
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Food recalls have been notified by Canada, USA, England, New Zealand, Australia, Belgium, Norway, Finland, Germany, Iceland, Austria, Luxembourg, Czech Republic and Denmark.
A multistate outbreak of Salmonella from cucumbers in the US has been revealed – eight months after the final illness onset.
Germany and Spain have reported six cases of foodborne botulism from dried salted fish.
More than 50 cases of Campylobacter have been linked to unpasteurised (raw) milk from a farm in Kendal, UK.
Lloyd’s Register (LR) acquiring Acoura and Bureau Veritas expanding its agri-food business in Brazil are two deals made public in the last few weeks.
FQN takes a month-by-month look at foodborne outbreaks for which a variety of pathogens and food groups are represented.
Findings on rates of foodborne infections in 2015 are mixed, according to an EU report.
Germany has seen a significant increase in a rare strain of Salmonella linked to two deaths.
More than 4,300 foodborne outbreaks were reported in 2015, according to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC).
Netherlands, the UK and Belgium have reported new cases in the first two weeks of December as part of the ongoing EU-wide Salmonella outbreak linked to eggs.
Use of traceback and predictive modelling tools created by the German Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) will be expanded under a partnership with the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).
Food recalls for this week have been notified by Canada, USA, England, Scotland, Norway, Spain, Belgium, New Zealand and Denmark.
Denmark has reported the lowest number of foodborne outbreaks since central tracking began over 10 years ago.
Pork is still a significant source of infection with Salmonella in Germany, according to the Bundesamt für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit (BVL).
Less than 10% of chicken and just over 3% of turkey sold fresh in retail stores were found to be contaminated with Campylobacter, according to a Finnish study.
Food recalls in Q3 reached a high not seen since 2010 but this can be seen as a good thing, according to Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS.
Food recalls for this week have been notified by Canada, Germany, USA, Luxembourg, Czech Republic, Norway, Sweden, Malta, Ireland, New Zealand and Denmark.