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The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) has awarded 16 grants totalling $3m aimed at providing the produce industry with food safety practices throughout the supply chain.
An outbreak of Salmonella that has sickened at least 18 people is being investigated by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA).
The owners of a Colorado cantaloupe farm found to be the source of a 2011 listeria outbreak that killed at least 30 people have been charged in relation to the incident.
Eriez has unveiled a metal detector which it claims is the first in a line of products that will add more enhancements for the food and packaging industry.
The Coca-Cola Company has won a legal rat race after a US jury ruled in its favor against a woman who claimed she found a dead rodent in a can...
Sono-Tek Corporation has commercially launched its first ultrasonic spray coating equipment for antimicrobial applications for sliced meats.
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...
Leatherhead Food Research has brought all its chemistry facilities into one laboratory which it officially opened last week.
Roka Bioscience’s system to detect foodborne pathogens and environmental samples has been adopted by the Department of Defense (DoD) Food Analysis and Diagnostic Laboratory (FADL).
Nebraska Cold Storage has been hit with 14 safety warnings and faces more than $130,000 in fines after violations including ammonia exposure.
Ultraviolet light (UV) and Ultrasound (US) can reduce four bacteria types on strawberries and lettuce, according to a study.
Seward’s Stomacher 400 Circulator has been used in an evaluation of international sampling methods for the microbiological analysis of broiler carcasses after immersion chilling.
The Food Safety Summit Resource Center at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2013 offers attendees a chance to tap into a range of food safety tools, and share knowledge with peers.
Food safety and testing.
Loma Systems has combined its checkweigher and metal detection systems in a SlimeLine version to safe space on the factory floor.
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.
Meadow Foods, an independent dairy group, has signed up five of its technical managers to the Society of Food Hygiene & Technology’s (SOFHT) High Five membership category.
The long term consequences of foodborne infection need further studies, according to the lead author of a review article looking at the latest threats and emerging issues.
Rapid heating of the surface with steam at 100 °C can prevent listeria on fish, according to a Nofima researcher.
Birko’s Beefxide intervention has received additional approvals for use as an antimicrobial processing aid on unskinned livers and other organ meats, without the need for a drain time between application...
Agilent Technologies has split to form two public companies but will continue its focus on its food program, the firm said yesterday.
The US Food and Drug Administration is streamlining the info submittal process for certain food processing operations.
Antibiotic use for promoting growth of food producing animals plays a role in drug resistance and should be “phased out”, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention...
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