Following a consumer’s allergic reaction, Eataly recalls its artichoke spread for undeclared walnuts.
Preliminary information gathered by the FDA indicates the lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona is responsible for sickening at least 35 people.
Poultry producers now have a more efficient testing system.
The products may be contaminated with hard plastic.
The big data revolution in food hasn’t come and gone; it’s just arriving.
The agency’s annual pesticide program summary also states that pesticide residues don’t pose a risk to children and infants.
Plants would need to establish HACCP systems and sanitation SOPs.
An E.coli outbreak in Canada has been traced to romaine lettuce, but the CDC cannot confirm the source of the outbreak in the United States.
The Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration analyzed data on foodborne illness source attribution for a new report.
The assay is a crucial tool in safety testing for infant formulas, supplements and powdered foods.