Latest news from Foodsafetynews.com -Food feed

Latest news from Foodsafetynews.com -Food feed

  1. Cow had 8,000% the legal limit of drug in edible tissue

    A beef cow-calf operation is on notice from the Food and Drug Administration because of the presence of three drugs in edible tissue samples collected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Testing showed residue of one drug at more than 8,000 percent the amount allowed by law. Officials from the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) inspected the... Continue Rea…
  2. Bush’s Best recalls beans because can seams are compromised

    Bush Brothers & Co. is recalling three flavors of canned baked beans from retailers nationwide after discovering defective side seams in some cans, which could allow the beans to spoil or become contaminated with pathogens. “This recall was initiated after our internal quality assurance checks identified the issue. Subsequent investigations indicated a temporary quality issue... Continue R…
  3. Next up for ag gag: Appeal to 10th U.S. Circuit expected soon

    During oral arguments before an appellate panel in Seattle in May, questions were flying so fast at responding attorney Justin Marceau that at one point Judge M. Margaret McKeown told him he could slow down, there would be time for his answers. McKeown and Judges Carlos Bea and Richard Tallman are on the panel from the 9th... Continue R…
  4. Cow had 8,000 times the legal limit of drug in edible tissue

    A beef cow-calf operation is on notice from the Food and Drug Administration because of the presence of three drugs in edible tissue samples collected by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Testing showed residue of one drug at more than 8,000 times the amount allowed by law. Officials from the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) inspected the... Continue Rea…
  5. Foodservice: Front lines of food safety require sacrifices

    His day had just begun but already he was headed back home. The look of defeat in his eyes, the slight grimace on his face, and the sweat on his brow gave it all away: He was going home sick. During the past several months I have had the privilege of interviewing and surveying dozens of... Continue …
  6. FDA echoes CDC: Fresh papayas linked to Salmonella outbreak

    No recall has been issued, but Food and Drug Administration officials are warning the public against eating Maradol papayas from Mexico in general — and Caribeña brand specifically — because they have been linked to a Salmonella outbreak. One person in New York City has died and 46 others across 12 states have been confirmed... Continue Read…