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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, 5.22.2012

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FSIS Will Act on ‘Potential Positive’ E. Coli Tests

Policy will help USDA get head start on traceback process, agency says

Under a new USDA policy, the FSIS will be able to begin investigating cases of E. coli O157:H7 contamination in meat and poultry after receiving “presumptively positive” test results, rather than waiting for those preliminary results to be confirmed positive.

FDA Faults Plant Procedures in Pet Food Outbreak

Diamond Pet Foods failed on handwashing facilities, equipment maintenance, report says

Diamond Pet Foods’ failure to provide an adequate number of handwashing facilities, maintain sanitary equipment, and take all reasonable precautions to prevent Salmonella contamination contributed to illness in at least 16 people in nine states, the FDA said in a May 15 report.

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