Latest news from Foodsafetynews.com -Food feed

Latest news from Foodsafetynews.com -Food feed

  1. Well done, Mom — Life lessons from foodborne outbreaks

    Editor’s note: This essay is a 2017 runner up for the “Publisher’s Award” and was written as part of a food safety litigation class at the University of Arkansas Law School taught by Bill Marler and Denis Stearns of the Seattle law firm MarlerClark LLP. “And how would you like your steak cooked?” the waiter asked.... Continue Reading…
  2. Food safety: Possibe risk to reputations provides motivation

    Over Ecolab’s many decades of support to the food service industry, we have seen considerable progress in the execution of sanitation and hygiene programs that protect public health. But each new food safety incident or norovirus outbreak, and the accompanying headlines, remind us that we dare not take our eyes off the ball. The public... Continue R…
  3. Trump’s budget — Does FDA get a 9% increase or 31% cut?

    Editor’s note: This was originally published May 26, 2017, on the website of the Alliance for a Stronger FDA. The alliance is committed to an ongoing, multi-year effort with two specific goals — to assure that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has sufficient resources to protect patients and consumers, and to maintain public confidence and trust in... Continue Read…
  4. Beach Beat: Avocado hand and other summer food hazards

    I figure you haven’t properly celebrated a summer holiday unless you consume some potato salad and baked beans, but an increasing number of people are making guacamole a summertime tradition, and according to some doctors the trend is a dangerous one. In an odd moment in the world of food safety, the British Association of Plastic,... Continue …
  5. 23 tons of beef trimmings recalled for possible adulteration

    Bryan, TX – based Readfield Meats, Inc., doing business as Ruffino Meats & Food Service, Saturday recalled  approximately 45,985 pounds of beef trimming products due to possible adulteration, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The product labels include “For Cooking Only,” indicating that they are intended for further... Continue Readin…