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Features: Irrigation Water, Animal Contamination, Seasonality Among Topics at Third Produce Safety Symposium
More than 300 industry representatives, academic researchers, and representatives from regulatory agencies gathered at the University of California-Davis on June 27 for the Center for Produce Safety’s third annual Produce Research Symposium, organized around key topics in good agricultural practices in food safety.
Features: China Releases 5-Year Food Safety Plan
In the wake of a series of scandals—most recently, mercury discovered in baby formula—China has released a new five-year plan to upgrade its food safety system.
FSIS expected to begin monitoring compliance in September
Maker of deli salads and meats earns 11th Annual Food Quality Award with teamwork, training, technology
Departments: The Right Way to Respond to Global Food Crises
Key elements for reliable food safety testing procedures
Departments: Choosing a Food Safety Consultant
Ask the right questions to ensure a happy ending
In a first-of-its-kind study, a team of researchers that includes a physicist, a mathematician, and an economist have used food import and export databases to create a map of the worldwide food transport network.
California food safety officials recently lifted the statewide quarantine on all raw milk products produced by Organic Pastures of Fresno County, a little more than a week after it was imposed in the wake of 10 cases of Campylobacter-related illness linked to the dairy’s products.
Features: ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Sprouts Can Be Safe
Larger producers provide model for success by adhering to 1999 FDA guidelines
Although industry figures indicate that the latest crisis, which involved a rare and deadly strain of E. coli, has resulted in sales losses comparable to the Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986, only a handful of exhibitors and farmers at Berlin's International Green Week are willing to talk about the disaster openly. Nearly a year after the devastating outbreak, which killed more than 40 and sickened more than 4,000 people in Germany and other parts of Europe, it is business as usual.