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02/28. Food safety for first responders
02/28. Russia seen unlikely to impose more EU food bans
02/28. An arsenal of sanitizers for a nation of germophobes
02/28. 575 beetles for brekkie?
02/28. Crypto came from creek: Engineers suspect feces as cause of contaminant
02/28. March 7, the U.S. border will be partially opened to Canadian cattle
02/28. Region discloses food inspection convictions
02/28. Tracking disease
02/28. EU fears food scare may spread; problem dye came from India
02/28. EU-GEN--Hungary-Contaminated peppers
02/28. GAO report examines food safety agency consolidation
02/28. Senators threaten Japan over beef ban
02/28. USDA releases technical review of Canadian feed ban
 
02/27. Sudan 1: EU commissioner criticises for food industry over 'old stocks'
02/27. FSIS: E. coli Prevalence Down In Ground Beef Sampling By 43 Percent
02/27. USDA Team Says Canadian Feedban Being Effectively Implemented
02/27. Peanut Allergies May Not Be For Life
02/27. S. Korea Stress Stringent Safety Control On U.S. Beef
02/27. DA calls Canadian cattle safe to import
02/27. 15th case of BSE confirmed in Hokkaido
02/27. UK supermarket firms attack FSA over Sudan 1 recall
02/27. Sudan 1 alert to hit new EU countries
 
02/26. Sudan 1 scare blown out of proportion
02/26. Sudan: top scientists remind UK food industry on rules
02/26. Food scare deepens as health experts probe 11 more ingredients
02/26. Quebec Selects Syscan for Provincial Food Safety Program
02/26. USDA Finds 43 Pct Less E.coli Tainted Meat in 2004
02/26. Brussels to discuss food safety and tsunami help
02/26. Restaurant owner hit by food charge
02/26. Church to host safe-food course
 
02/25. R-CALF injunction hearing scheduled for March 2
02/25. Consumers Union to Johanns: Retest the November BSE case
02/25. BC-Beef-Shimamura
02/25. UW-River Falls 25th Food Microbiology Symposium
02/25. Government to change the way food is sold & served
02/25. Biological Safety -- Irradiation
 
02/24. UW-River Falls 25th Food Microbiology Symposium
02/24. FDA PROPOSES $1.9 BILLION TO EXPAND FOOD DEFENSE EFFORT
02/24. BIOSECURITY MASTER’S DEGREE OFFERED
02/24. ISSC TO HOST SHELLFISH SAFETY CONFERENCE
02/24. WSU OFFERS BASIC HACCP TRAINING
02/24. FOOD ALLERGENS WEBCASTS CONTINUE
02/24. OR IFT OFFERS PERSPECTIVES AND SURVIVAL TIPS
02/24. TRACKING POTENTIAL ALLERGENS IN PROTEIN FAMILIES
02/24. PREHARVEST FOOD SAFETY LINKS STUDIED
02/24. FOOD SAFETY TESTING ON THE RISE
02/24. ARE CANNED FOOD REGS ADEQUATE??
02/24. GAO STUDIES CENTRALIZED FOOD SAFETY RULES
02/24. EPA SETS REFERENCE DOSE FOR PERCHLORATE
02/24. USDA Chief: Committed To Lift Canada Cattle Ban March 7
02/24. Ban On Older Canadian Cows Faces Challenge
02/24. Canadian Cattlemen's Ass'n represents interests of Cattle Producers in Lawsuit
02/24. EU says 11 states may be hit by UK food dye scare
02/24. OIE appears to back USDA in R-CALF lawsuit
02/24. DeLauro: Inspector General said White House pressured USDA on Canadian beef
02/24. No reopening schedule yet from Japan
02/24. Deadline today on sudan recall, or food firms face prosecution
02/24. Judge Hears AMI Lawsuit to Reopen Border
02/24. AMI Submits Comments to CFIA Regarding Proposed Feed Ban Enhancements
02/24. Ingredient designs to serve 12m UK food allergy sufferers
02/24. About allergies: Some herbal treatments not the best for asthma, allergies
02/24. Expert tells farmers group about forces that block safe food
02/24. How dangerous is Sudan 1?
02/24. Chilli powder overlooked in 2003 recall
02/24. Sudan 1: The list in full
02/24. Sudan 1 alert spreads to 15 more countries
02/24. Sudan 1 trail leads to Mumbai
02/24. Protecting public health from BSE risks
02/24. U.S. senators threaten Japan with trade war if it doesn't import beef
02/24. Japan reports possible new case of mad cow disease
02/24. Cholera
02/24. Murano Urges Food Safety Policies Based on Science
02/24. Food safety to protect against mounting litigation
 
02/23. Rocket-Fuel Chemical Found In Breast Milk
02/23. U.S. Expects Strict Rules To Limit Initial Imports Of Canadian Cattle
02/23. Island illnesses
02/23. Extra step ordered to cook donairs in wake of E. coli cases
02/23. Diagnosis of prions in patients should utilize novel strategy, team says
02/23. Overview of Canada's BSE safeguards
02/23. No schedule yet on Japan beef trade-USDA's Johanns
02/23. State food inspections going high-tech
02/23. Experiences of seven countries in consolidating their food safety systems
02/23. LIVE FROM NMA: Sanitation, animal ID among topics
02/23. Food allergy sufferers learn to manage condition
02/23. Travel Aids-Food Cards
02/23. New Canada Beef Plant Aims to Handle Older Cattle
02/23. Put-in-Bay outbreak blamed on contaminated groundwater, says state
02/23. Press Release Source: Food Safety Summit
02/23. Small Business Task Force on Food Safety Created
02/23. Codex role in global food safety rules underlined
02/23. [Johnson Co., Indiana] Food safety workshop
02/23. Warnex technology adopted by commercial food science lab
02/23. Cafe reopens after salmonella scare
 
02/22. Dir. International Quality Assurance - Denver, CO
02/22. Rice Asks Japan About Lifting US Beef Import Ban
02/22. Biological Safety – BSE
02/22. Biological Safety - BSE - Scientific Advice
02/22. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF)
02/22. NZ food clear of danger dye says Safety Authority
02/22. Sudan I product lists 21 February 2005: 12.15 and 16.45
02/22. OFPA spring notice
02/22. Researchers to study mad cows and smart borders
02/22. Food safety to get a makeover
02/22. Gaps: Agricultural and food systems forensics
02/22. Hardee's shut down for bugs, rodents
02/22. Pregnancy peril from cats is exaggerated
02/22. China strengthens food quality supervision
02/22. Fighting hunger and foodborne disease
02/22. FOOD SAFETY AWARD
02/22. Rice keeps the pressure on Japan over beef imports
02/22. Sudan testing to cut risk and minimise costs
02/22. Import Processes Available Online for Canadian Cattle and Products from APHIS
02/22. Food allergies especially risky at school
02/22. This is London's list of food products adulterated with Sudan I
02/22. How did banned dye get in food?
02/22. Expert says border should stay closed
02/22. Bad Restaurants II
02/22. Warnex technology adopted by commercial food science lab
02/22. Codex role in global food safety rules underlined
02/22. Britain extends food recall in cancer scare
02/22. Modern shopping is to blame for food scare
02/22. Beneficial Fungal Strains Fight Harmful Ones in Corn
 
02/21. Dithering over mad cow
02/21. Fact sheet: Sudan red food dyes in Australia
02/21. Food law guy is back (by popular demand)
02/21. Report Touts Centralized Food Safety Rules
02/21. RICE AND BEEF
02/21. AMI launches animal handling Web site
 
02/20. Illegal red colour sparks massive recall in UK
02/20. New Issue Paper on Worldwide Risks of Animal Diseases Released By CAST
02/20. RP to lift ban on EU meat
02/20. State to report on P-I-B illness
02/20. Jackman backing food-handlers exemption
02/20. Grades putting eateries on notice
02/20. Keeping restaurant food safe
 
02/19. Feeding the world requires more than a spoonful of safety
02/19. NZ checks for products recalled in Britain
02/19. Food safety watchdog orders recall of hundreds of products in cancer scare
02/19. Cop, eatery resolve poisoning lawsuit
02/19. Gloves vs. clean hands? Food study says it’s a wash
 
02/18. $1,000 fine levied under Provincial Agriculture Act
02/18. Improved guide to eating sport fish now available
02/18. ID Systems Designed To Control Outbreaks
02/18. Irradiating the food supply
02/18. National Restaurant Association Sponsors Food Irradiation Seminar
02/18. First Symposium of Phytosanitary Irradiation
02/18. Inspector General's report slams USDA, APHIS on Canadian beef
02/18. EU food authority simplifies access to acrylamide network
02/18. FSIS Publishes Generic E. coli and Salmonella Baseline Data
02/18. Lunch trades outlawed to protect kids with allergies
02/18. Canada, U.S. Urged to Test All Older Cattle for BSE
02/18. Belgium's salmonella shame
02/18. In short supply, almonds are a treat to eat
02/18. Safety measure good precaution
02/18. [Ireland] Food body warns over red food colourant
02/18. Safety class for summer food sales planned
02/18. [UK] Food safety watchdog orders recall of hundreds of products in cancer scare
02/18. Mount Pleasant schools to ban homemade cookies, fearing drugs
 
02/17. Contaminated meat verdict: Rebhan R&W Meat Co. sold adulterated meat
02/17. Bill C-27 dangerous for all Canadians
02/17. [Ireland] Food Safety Expert Committee announced
02/17. You say you don't eat bugs? Think again
02/17. Area meat plants say they welcome more inspections
02/17. Garage butcher charged
02/17. Japan-US-Beef
02/17. Commission approves new BSE tests, opening up competition in the field
02/17. AMI’S letter in NY Times: Treatment of meat industry "outrageous"
02/17. CSPI reacts to Lester Crawford nomination
02/17. Strengthening Ontario's food safety systems
02/17. McGuinty government tightens meat safety standards
02/17. Japanese government accepts findings on U.S. cattle
02/17. Calif. sausage maker sentenced to death
02/17. State says school violated rights of boy with peanut allergy
02/17. Ruling party panel endorses government decision on U.S. beef safety standards
02/17. U.S. let in risky Canadian meat
02/17. Is your workplace a bacteria cafeteria?
02/17. [Ireland] New food safety committee launched
02/17. Staff crisis halts work at hospital food bug lab
 
02/16. RAPID RESPONSE CENTER
02/16. CONTAMINATED MEAT VERDICT
02/16. FOOD SAFETY AID
02/16. Ontario to tighten meat safety standards
02/16. Food traceability focus for UK watchdog
02/16. Senator Introduces Measure to Reject USDA Rule for BSE Minimal Risk Regions
02/16. FSIS Establishes Food Emergency Response Network Division
02/16. CFIA Concludes Its BSE Investigation Finding No Additional Positive Cases
02/16. MSGA president sees no 'smoking guns' in Canadian BSE investigation
02/16. NFU calls for relaxing of regulations over scrapie
02/16. South Koreans find plenty to beef about
02/16. Potters help clean world's water
02/16. Campylobacter Infections
02/16. What germs are on your hands?
02/16. FSA targets poultry sector to cut foodborne illness
02/16. [UK] £1m claim for meal that ‘wrecked’ midwife’s life
 
02/15. R-CALF wants a two front war
02/15. Japanese order CJD actions
02/15. Scientific perspective needed on latest BSE development
02/15. Issues forum focuses on beef safety
02/15. California's Prop. 65 preempted by USDA
02/15. Meeting on traceability methods
02/15. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF)
02/15. Worried about PBDEs?
02/15. Flame retardants building up within us
02/15. Another resident finds black widow in grapes
02/15. Millstream Flour Mills ordered to develop an allergen prevention plan
02/15. National feed inspection program 2003-04 Report
02/15. Report of the investigation of the 3rd case of BSE in Alberta, Canada
02/15. Natural toxins in fresh fruit and vegetables
02/15. Warnex signs up Canada's largest dairy cooperative as Genevision(R) customer
02/15. Eastman announces food safety diagnostics business
02/15. January restaurant closures in O.C.
02/15. A new method for early detection of disease outbreaks
02/15. Food Safe International Announces Letter of Intent
02/15. Food Products Association Welcomes Nomination of Dr. Lester Crawford
02/15. President Bush to Nominate Lester Crawford to Head FDA
02/15. New Will Smith Movie, Hitch, Reveals Common Food Allergy Threat
02/15. Aflatoxin, Major Hazard to Human Health
02/15. Test could improve detection of CJD in humans
02/15. Foodborne diseases, UTIs and cows, new link
02/15. The Claim: Drinking Alcohol With a Meal Prevents Food Poisoning
 
02/14. Towards a national food safety strategy
02/14. International fats and oils meeting
02/14. Markos Kyprianou visits Russia to discuss trade and health issues
02/14. Common foods laced with chemical
02/14. Ham on German Pizzas Fails the Test
02/14. Food Inspections
02/14. Other counties use variety of health tools
 
02/13. [Korea] Inter-Governmental Commission Due to Ensure Food Safety
02/13. DELAY POSSIBLE
02/13. Senate coalition attempts to stymie Canadian border opening
02/13. Canadians issue final report on latest BSE case
02/13. Beef Export Verification Program Draft for Japan is Available
 
02/12. Korea: Unclear When Government Will Lift BSE-Related Bans
02/12. Czech Republic Confirm 17th Case of BSE
02/12. Oyster lovers question tougher restrictions on Gulf oysters
02/12. When the health inspector calls
02/12. Listeriosis
02/12. Outlawing church suppers has lawmakers scrambling
02/12. Food paparazzi
 
02/11. Is 'marketing ethics' merely an oxymoron?
02/11. Investigation into January 11 BSE case concludes
02/11. USDA error may delay Canada cattle trade
02/11. Possible case of BSE agent in a UK goat that died in 1990
02/11. BC-Beef
02/11. 2 Teens get probation for doctoring a cake
02/11. Eat At Your Own Risk: Candy Shops
02/11. Japanese newspaper predicts border will not open to U.S. beef until summer's end
02/11. Canadians react to Johanns' border decision
02/11. New Study Shows Very Low Probability of a vCJD Epidemic in France is Unlikely
02/11. Valentine's Kiss Should Be Special Not Harmful
02/11. Food Allergy Initiative Sponsors an Educational Symposium
02/11. Cattle Update: BSE Situation in France
02/11. Canada suspects feed in BSE woes, U.S. industry may share same threat
02/11. Japanese chain revives famous dish to show demand for banned US beef
02/11. Canada says no new cases of mad cow disease
02/11. Contaminated Feed May Be Cause of BSE Case
02/11. With stricter enforcement, health inspectors hope to keep dining out safe
02/11. [South Africa] SABS ensures safety all round
02/11. Bangkok “the city of healthy and safe food”
 
02/10. QA SUPERVISOR - CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA
02/10. AMI: Johanns’ statement confirms the safety of Canadian beef
02/10. Canadian Cattlemen’s Association statement on U.S. decision
02/10. Top court hears appeal in beef case
02/10. Questions for IFT's National College Bowl Competition needed
02/10. February FSA News now published and online
02/10. Japan To Hold Talks With US On How To Resume Beef Imports
02/10. USDA Changes Course On Canada Beef Trade
02/10. First Symposium on Phytosanitary Irradiation in Guadalajara, Mexico
02/10. EPA FINDS POTENTIAL TEFLON CHEMICAL RISKS
02/10. AMERICANS IN THE DARK REGARDING GM FOODS
02/10. FDA HOLDS STAKEHOLDERS MEETINGS ON RECORDS RULES
02/10. WSU OFFERS BASIC HACCP TRAINING
02/10. TWO-DAY FOOD SECURITY WORKSHOP SCHEDULED
02/10. FSIS UNVEILS NEW FOOD SECURITY CHECKLIST FOR INDUSTRY
02/10. ACRYLAMIDE IN FOOD SURVEY
02/10. EPA FINDS POTENTIAL TEFLON CHEMICAL RISKS
02/10. FDA REQUESTS COMMENTS ON ALLERGEN LABELING
02/10. NRC SAYS PERCHLORATE LESS DANGEROUS THAN BELIEVED
02/10. 2006 FDA budget would expand food defense effort
02/10. Japanese officials endorse U.S. beef proposal
02/10. Industry reacts to Johanns' order to delay imports of meat from older cattle
02/10. Debate has some schools swearing off nuts
02/10. USDA Delays Some Canada Beef Imports, Citing Mad Cow
02/10. Dutch fodder cleared in dioxin scare
02/10. City man denies altering food tests for blackmail
02/10. Increase in counterfeit food drives innovations
02/10. Blunders allow high risk food into UK
02/10. Restaurant fined for rat infestation
 
02/09. Changing world prompts creation of new biosecurity master’s degree
02/09. Farewell to the sea
02/09. It's mad cow madness
02/09. BC-Japan-Beef
02/09. Pregnancy-Catbox
02/09. Rupert [Idaho] sheep found with wasting disease
02/09. TRACKING TRIAL
02/09. Japan one step closer to allowing U.S. beef
02/09. Low-temp rendering plant, UK cattle possible source of BSE in N America
02/09. FAO says that North American BSE Cases are 'Isolated Incidents'
02/09. U.S. Grading System is Accepted by Japanese for Age Determination of Cattle
02/09. FDA Holds Public Meeting Regarding the Administration of Animal Feed
02/09. NGFA, NAEGA Support FDA Early Safety Assessments of Biotech Crops
02/09. ANOTHER BSE GOAT?
02/09. Churches in other states out of luck with potlucks
02/09. Mad Cow Prion Removal Featured At FDA Advisory Meeting
 
02/08. Consumer groups charge union head discredited by FSIS
02/08. FDA proposes .9 billion budget to expand food defense effort
02/08. Bush Seeks 20 pct more to protect U.S. food supply
02/08. Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal year 2006
02/08. Physicians recommend screening for toxoplasmosis
02/08. Codex Committee on Food Additives and Contaminants
02/08. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF)
02/08. DIY slaughter not so rare
02/08. Japan Panel Approves U.S. Mad Cow Deal
02/08. [Bangladesh] Bird flu and food safety
02/08. Questions and Answers on TSE in goats
02/08. BSE in a goat: Member States support proposal for increased testing
02/08. Canadian Ag Minister visits Johanns to talk about border opening
02/08. Arizona rolls out Animal ID program
02/08. Canada considers dye in feed containing ruminant products
02/08. Japan to bolster vCJD surveillance
02/08. MHRA reviews kava ban
02/08. Japan moves closer to lifting ban on US beef
02/08. U.K. Goat, Killed in 1990, May Have Had BSE, Government Says
02/08. Bacterial Spread All Down To Chance: Some Strains 'Just The Lucky Ones'
02/08. Food handlers' gloves may not mean cleaner food
02/08. In Vitro Testing of Novel Topical Anti-Infective Technology
02/08. FAO enlists Swiss expertise in BSE fight
02/08. EU fakers pose ‘real danger’
02/08. Report addresses safety problem in preharvest stage of food production
02/08. USDA Offers Dating Guidance for Valentine's Day: Out with the Old, In With the New
 
02/07. NCBA ties border reopening to unresolved trade issues
02/07. BC-CJD-Ministry
02/07. Mrs. Cookwell to appear at 20 Canadian universities this fall
02/07. Kitchen food safety bags bottles and beyond
02/07. B.C. plan takes aim at water-borne illness
02/07. FSAI serves two enforcement orders in January
02/07. First Japanese vCJD victim confirmed
 
02/06. Senators introduce bill to block beef imports from Canada
02/06. APHIS, R-CALF and AMI swap charges
02/06. EU trade commissioner to overhaul food regulations
02/06. FSIS Makes Available Guidance for Food Security Planning
02/06. APHIS Delivers Strong Response to R-CALF in New Fact Sheet
 
02/05. Scrapie found in Rupert, Idaho
02/05. Inconclusive BSE feed microscopy tests no setback, say ag officials
02/05. UN Says Mad Cow Tests Working, Despite Outbreaks
02/05. Multiple Campylobacter Genomes Sequenced
02/05. Food-service clinic teaches safety
 
02/04. AMI Foundation funds four new projects to reduce pathogens in meat products
02/04. State pushes local governments to take over restaurant, other inspections
02/04. Republicans Oppose Canada Beef Plan
02/04. Ag Dept. Reviews Ban On Older Canada Cows
02/04. Ag Committee urges Johanns to turn up heat on Japan, reconsider final rule
02/04. Senate Agriculture Committee Holds Hearing on BSE
02/04. Joint Comments Filed to FSIS Regarding Listeria Rule
02/04. BSE Briefing Materials are Available Online at MeatAMI.com
02/04. EU increases safety regulations on Iranian pistachios
02/04. First Japanese dies of mad cow, but no risk seen from local beef
02/04. Canada Farm Minister to Visit U.S. for BSE Talks
02/04. First CJD variant death reported in Japan
02/04. New case of mad cow disease in Poland
02/04. Ag chief defends plan to reopen U.S. market to Canadian beef
02/04. Japan confirms first case of human mad cow disease
02/04. Canada's Mad-Cow Safeguards Adequate, U.S. Official Says
 
02/03. Canada will become competitor instead of partner if border remains closed
02/03. Chemical safety - food contaminants
02/03. Japan To Mull US Proposal On Beef Import Resumption-Kyodo
02/03. Senators Warn USDA To Justify Canada Mad Cow Rule
02/03. NMA again appeals to be heard in R-CALF suit
02/03. Understanding of furan formation in food improves
02/03. FSIS Extends Expiration Date on BSE Notices
02/03. Egg Allergy
02/03. Awkward time to query US 'mad cow' safeguards
02/03. Mexico Says Mad Cow Beef Bans No Longer Needed
02/03. [Greece] No panic over BSE in goat, minister says
02/03. Food Products Association Applauds USDA
02/03. Officials seek input on food-handling laws
02/03. Biotechnology appears to be withering as a food source
02/03. Dutch dioxin fodder seized, minister denies health risk
02/03. Adopting Food Safety Standards Can Open Markets in Poor Countries
 
02/02. Codex Alimentarius - Codex Committee on Food Additives and Contaminants
02/02. Sign up for United's food security webcast and guide
02/02. IAFP Holds 2005-2006 Secretary election
02/02. Canada-Mad cow
02/02. Taiwan closer to US beef ban lift, obstacles remain
02/02. BB food court rules hard to swallow
02/02. Fishy concoction shot down
02/02. Effective food safety education
02/02. Food safety education; does it work?
02/02. USDA balks at Foster Farms
02/02. A statement by NATREL regarding Sealtest Brand chocolate milk
02/02. 'Human error' blamed for contaminated milk
02/02. PERSPECTIVE: Meat Processing Standards
02/02. Canada will relax rules regarding import of U.S. beef
02/02. R-CALF asks for injunction against Canadian border opening
02/02. USDA official says Taiwan to open border soon
02/02. A Flimsy Cancer Scare—From The National Cancer Institute!
02/02. Publicity Surrounding Recent NCI Study A ‘Flimsy Cancer Scare’
02/02. MRI can diagnose 'mad cow'-related disease in humans
02/02. Senators Warn USDA to Justify Canada Mad Cow Rule
02/02. [Australia] Goats may be tested for BSE
02/02. New hope for vCJD patients
02/02. Infant Botulism
02/02. EU food agency to explore 'mad goat' risk
02/02. Court approves food poisoning action settlement
 
02/01. Pilot Animal ID Program Tracks Cattle
02/01. Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s review of Canada's ruminant feed ban
02/01. Conference report: BSE prevention in North America
02/01. BSE threat prompts crackdown on British cosmetic surgery clinics
02/01. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF)
02/01. Food Safety and Quality Update - No.25
02/01. Animals of the sub-family Bovinae and their products
02/01. Health violations close restaurant for a day
02/01. Traceability of food products: new EU guidelines to facilitate implementation
02/01. USDA balks at Foster Farms
02/01. BSE CONFIRMED
02/01. FEED BAN REVIEW
02/01. FSIS offers guidelines for reporting animal diseases
02/01. NCBA gives Canada a clean bill of health
02/01. Canada Proposes New Science-based Import Regulations
02/01. Calumet Strives for Healthy Pork
02/01. EU's hygiene rules to be re-examined
02/01. War of words not helping BSE crisis
02/01. A bug's life: aging and death in E. coli
02/01. New study says that BSE transmission risk to humans is very low
02/01. Warning as fodder abuses place consumers at 'risk'
02/01. Food safety in numbers
02/01. New EU laws track food from 'farm to fork'
 

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