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Tyson Foods recalls chicken wings due to “off odour”

By Joseph James Whitworth

Tyson Foods is recalling more than 50,000 pounds of chicken wings because of an “off odour” scent, according to the US Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA-FSIS).

BPA has been declared safe by the FDA and EFSA

UPDATED: ConAgra, Nestlé and GMA respond

BPA substitutes in canned food ‘not clear’ - EWG

By Joseph James Whitworth

Many companies that have stopped using bisphenol A (BPA) in canned food did not reveal what they are using instead, according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG).

Stock market prices were used to determine costs of food recalls

Recall class biggest factor on bottom line

By Joseph James Whitworth

The class of a recall is the most impactful factor on bottom line when a firm faces a meat or poultry recall, according to research.

An employee of contract sanitation provider QSI died while cleaning a machine at a Tyson Foods poultry plant in Tennessee.

OSHA investigation under way

Contract sanitation worker dies in Tyson plant accident

By Heidi Parsons

An employee of a contract sanitation company has died after reportedly falling into a piece of equipment he was cleaning at a Tyson Foods poultry plant in Shelbyville, Tennessee.

Food experts faced off at the GFSC 2014 event in a game of Food Safety Jeopardy.

GLOBAL FOOD SAFETY CONFERENCE 2014

Cargill & Tyson Foods bring food safety to the fore

By Jenni Spinner

A trio of industry leaders recently gathered in a battle of wits, presented in a game-show format, to see whose knowledge of crucial food safety issues is the most impressive.

Tyson Foods recalls chicken contaminated with Salmonella

Chicken sickens 7 in US correctional facility

By Joseph James Whitworth

Tyson Foods is recalling separated chicken products contaminated with Salmonella which have sickened seven people in a Tennessee correctional facility.

Tyson Food settlement in relation to refrigerant violations

Tyson to pay $4m penalty to settle EPA case

By Joseph James Whitworth

Tyson Foods will pay almost $4m in civil penalties in relation to eight accidental releases of anhydrous ammonia which resulted in one death, multiple injuries and property damage over four years.