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FoodQualityNews global food recalls 1-7 August

Food Safety recall round-up 1-7 August

Recalls: Listeria, mislabelling and E.coli O126

By Joseph James Whitworth

This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to the UK, US, Canada, Belgium and Germany.

Kevin Habas talked to FQN about the 30 year anniversary

Make a wish! 3M Petrifilm Plates marks 30 years

By Joseph James Whitworth

Increased technical efficiency, plate reader accuracy, one step confirmation and dual indicator potential are some of the marketplace drivers caused by Petrifilm Plates, according to 3M Food Testing.

FoodQualityNews global food recalls July 25-31

Food Safety recall round-up 25-31 July

Recalls: E.coli O111, Listeria and iron filings

By Joseph James Whitworth

This week in the recall round-up gallery the  reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to the UK, US, Canada, France, Belgium and Germany.

Camembert was one of the cheeses tested

Real time PCR approach developed to detect Listeria

By Joseph James Whitworth

Researchers have developed a real time (rt-) polymerase chain reaction (PCR) protocol for the rapid and reliable identification and quantitative detection of Listeria monocytogenes.

Photo: Cedida. Pilar Menéndez, from Navarra University is doing the work at University of Southern Denmark

Iron-ing out Listeria to find vaccines

By Joseph James Whitworth

The mechanisms of iron regulation in Listeria monocytogenes are being researched by a biologist-biochemist from Navarra University, in Spain.

FoodQualityNews global food recalls July 18-24

Food Safety recall round-up 18-24 July

Recalls: E.coli O126, Salmonella and glass

By Joseph James Whitworth

This week in the recall round-up gallery the reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Norway, Canada and Germany.

FoodQualityNews global food recall round-up July 11-17

Food Safety recall round-up 11-17 July

Recalls: Allergens, Salmonella and E.coli

By Joseph James Whitworth

This week in the recall round-up gallery the  reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Belgium, France, Norway, Australia, Greece, Spain and Germany.

FoodQualityNews global food recalls 20-26 June

Food Safety recall round-up 20-26 June

Recalls: Plastic, metal and Listeria

By Joseph James Whitworth

This week in the recall round-up gallery the  reasons behind food withdrawals takes us to Canada, Ireland, Australia, Belgium, France and Germany.

Protection politics preventing globally-harmonized food safety: SGS

2014 SPECIAL EDITION: DAIRY PRODUCT QUALITY TESTING

National protection politics preventing globally-harmonized food safety: SGS

By Mark ASTLEY

Protection politics - the employment of policies designed to protect domestic markets and stakeholders - are the single greatest barrier to harmonized worldwide food safety regulations, testing services provider SGS has claimed.

Listeria monocytogenes has the highest hospitalisation (92%) and death (18%) rate among foodborne pathogens

UK uni trials Listeria sensor

By Joseph James Whitworth

A sensor capable of collecting and detecting Listeria monocytogenes on food industry surfaces is being tested by scientists at the University of Southampton.