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Online Exclusives: India Moves to Tighten Food Labeling Laws

The growing market for packaged food provides both opportunities and challenges to food processors, importers, food packagers, and labelers to respond to consumers’ requirements. Innovations in food product development, packaging, and labeling are becoming key factors for survival across the world. Therefore, product packaging and labeling have numerous important roles to play in the emerging market environment.

Features: Eye on China

Glow-in-the-dark pork. Exploding watermelons. These recent oddities from China might seem comical were it not for the country’s abysmal food safety record, which includes deaths and illnesses caused by melamine-laced baby formula, Salmonella-tainted seafood, and clenbuterol-treated pork.

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Features: One Pathogen’s Natural Enemy

New research from the University of Washington lends further insights into how nitric oxide—a chemical that is used as a preservative and is also naturally produced in the body—inhibits the growth of the Salmonella bacteria and may assist researchers looking for ways to combat the pathogen.

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Features: Need Practice Preparing for Food Safety Crises?

You’re an official with a state office of public health, and reports have begun to come in about cases of E. coli 0157:H7 in your own and a neighboring state.

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Features: Canada Embarks on 3-Year, $21.5 Million Traceability Plan

The Ontario and Canadian governments announced in July that they will invest $21.5 million in food safety over the course of the next three years by improving traceability.

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Features: European E. Coli Outbreaks Could Recur

The apparent source of contamination in the deadly E. coli outbreak in Europe—a single massive shipment of fenugreek seeds from Egypt—has been widely distributed throughout the continent, and new outbreaks or continued sporadic cases are likely until the expiration date of the seeds three years from now, according to a report from the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA).

Features: Germany's E. coli Nightmare

With at least 40 dead and thousands sickened in more than a dozen nations, food investigation methods are once again under close scrutiny

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Features: Public Trust in Food Safety Hits Highest Level in Seven Years

Nearly nine out of 10 consumers are “completely” or “somewhat” confident that the food they buy in the supermarket is safe, according to the latest U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends Survey.

Departments: A Pioneer in Thermal Death-Time Standards

It may be common knowledge today that heat administered over time kills germs, including bacteria in food. But until the early 1900s, it was anyone’s guess for how long and at what temperature food needed to be cooked to make sure it was safe to eat.

Features: Mastronardi Produce Wins 10th Food Quality Award

An innovative approach to research and development. Strong support for environmental protection and sustainability. A powerful commitment to food safety and quality. Dedication to customer service and satisfaction. Those ingredients earned Mastronardi Produce, a distributor of fresh fruits and vegetables, the 10th-annual Food Quality Award.

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