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News: Searching for Solutions to Improving Safety in China

The recent occurrence of tainted meat in China highlights the ongoing challenge of ensuring oversight and quality in food supply chains. An agreement signed in late July between a U.S. university and a food safety research center in China should help expand efforts to increase food safety in China and worldwide.

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News: ‘Pink Slime’ Defamation Suit Subpoenas Hit Food Journalists

Five food journalists have been subpoenaed by Beef Products in its defamation lawsuit against ABC News over its reporting about the meat product referred to as “lean, finely textured beef” by industry but dubbed “pink slime” in the popular press.

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News: Law Prohibiting Bare Hand Contact with Food Repealed in California

A California law that would have prohibited employees at retail food facilities and bars from coming into direct contact with exposed, ready-to-eat food was repealed by the California Legislature only days before local health agencies were expected to start enforcing the new rule on July 1.

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News: Did Spores in Greek Yogurt Sicken Consumers or Not?

Ten months ago, the Greek yogurt company Chobani voluntarily pulled 35 flavors of its popular yogurt off supermarket shelves after the FDA received multiple consumer reports of gastrointestinal symptoms after eating mold-tainted yogurt. The number of reports reached more than 200.

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