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03/31. Update on applying EU feed and food controls

03/31. Survey of benzene levels in soft drinks

03/31. Zonda, Inc. at U.S. Food Safety Trade Show

03/31. Product Liability Insurance to be Required for Food Business

03/31. Japan - US Beef Talks Not in Final Stage

03/31. Canadian Institute: The United States wasn't protectionist

03/31. USDA to re-audit beef plants before Japan trade can resume

03/31. EFSA publishes scientific report on avian influenza and food

03/31. Japan-US-Beef

03/31. Cattle industry wants full US border opening

03/31. Genethera to work with Mexican university on live testing

03/31. NSF renames retail food safety program 'Shop Fresh'

 

03/30. Survey of soya for GM material

03/30. Exposing children to allergens

03/30. Food survey finds GMO soy in 10th of samples

03/30. Japan, US take small steps to resume US beef sales

03/30. Local people trained in ServSafe

03/30. New vaccine approach relies on weakened Listeria

03/30. Crops 'widely contaminated' by genetically modified DNA

03/30. TAIWAN GIVES U.S. BEEF A BOOST

03/30. Benzene levels in soft drinks are safe, says FDA

03/30. U.S. agrees to train workers handling beef exports to Japan

03/30. South Korea introduces genetic test for imports

03/30. South Korea seeks more U.S. data on latest BSE case

03/30. Heads up: Resorts are refining the raw food scene

03/30. US not protectionist on Mad Cow, Canada to benefit

03/30. Patient sues Emory over mad cow risk

03/30. Medium or well-done, you can have it your way

03/30. Norway PM feeds own kids salmon banned by Russia

 

03/29. Govt may help victims of Kanemi oil poisoning

03/29. Japan expresses doubt about U.S. beef during trade talks

03/29. Johanns puts brakes on surveillance slowdown

03/29. 1,000 complain about reactions to “Quorn

03/29. Beef export workers to get more training

03/29. Charges laid over endosulfan contamination

03/29. Chicken safe to eat

03/29. EVMS research: Virus linked to hepatitis may have ocean orig

03/29. Sprouts are back and 'they're safe'

03/29. E. coli turns up in S.J. streams

03/29. Desktop dining a dirty business

 

03/28. FSIS Issues NR Appeal Denied Scenario

03/28. Transfusions may present vCJD danger, study finds

03/28. U.S. technical team may receive cold reception in Japan

03/28. AAAAI: Clothes made from milk fibres can be a hazard

03/28. No safety concerns yet from soda benzene tests

03/28. Health inspectors told to intensify operations

03/28. Chives May Fight Food Poisoning

03/28. S.Korea seeks more U.S. data on latest mad cow case

03/28. USDA responds to R-CALF misrepresentations

03/28. Mad cow

 

03/27. FSIS Issues NR Appeal Denied Scenario

03/27. Committee Makes New Recommendations for Cooking Poultry

03/27. UN: Mad cow disease shows sharp drop over past three years

03/27. Study raises new fears over human toll from mad cow disease

03/27. Human-to-Human 'Mad Cow'-Like Infection Possible

03/27. Revolutionary Enzyme Technology for Prion Decontamination

03/27. More botulism patients allowed to return home

03/27. McDonald's in H.K. fined for selling contaminated ice cream

03/27. Congress moves to bar states from making food safer

03/27. Lawmakers concerned about food safety bill

 

03/26. Food Safety: Salt

03/26. Taiwan, take two: USMEF reprises its salute to U.S. beef

03/26. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF)

03/26. Ontario Food Protection Association: Spring Meeting

03/26. Ideas & Trends: When a disease loses its most potent ally

03/26. Local farmer has beef about beef policy

03/26. Is growth hormone ban science or politics?

03/26. National Salmonella contamination rising

03/26. Kids and reptiles shouldn't mix

 

03/25. Tackling the animal-to-human link in illness

03/25. Airplane washroom water found not fit to drink

03/25. Dairy defends raw milk

03/25. Food safety violations in O.C.

03/25. Should all children be immunised against hepatitis A?

03/25. Chicago ordinance eliminates important choice for consumers

03/25. Playing it safe with eggs

03/25. Step closer to enjoying raw milk

 

03/24. Dozens of leads in Alabama mad cow case yield no results

03/24. USDA: Offspring Of Alabama BSE Cow Buried In Landfill In '05

03/24. Govt To Use DNA Test On Suspect Herds In BSE Case

03/24. Over 5 U.S. meatpackers want blanket BSE tests for exports

03/24. Ireland's noodle survey finds undeclared irradiation use

 

03/23. MAKING THE BUSINESS CASE FOR NEW FOOD SAFETY

03/23. TOXIC METAL FOUND IN BOTTLED WATER

03/23. WOODLAND RAW MILK SCARE HAS OREGON REVIEWING LAWS

03/23. GREGOIRE TO SIGN RAW-MILK LEGISLATION

03/23. NEW FDA ACTING COMMISSIONER OUTLINES FOOD SAFETY

03/23. AMIF Testifies Against Chicago Ban on Meat Packaged with CO

03/23. CHICAGO CONSIDERS CO MEAT PACKAGING BAN

03/23. Groups call for more debate on GM foods

03/23. Food safety concern raises demand for food-animal vets

03/23. Food safety watchdog says cooked poultry, eggs "safe”

03/23. Mad cow disease on the wane worldwide

03/23. New NBC Dateline investigation uncovers sources of food born

03/23. Health inspections slide in Whitefish Bay

03/23. Heat deli meat for wellness

03/23. USDA, Japan Set Monday Talks on Mad Cow, Beef Trade

03/23. Meatpacker Sparks Mad Cow Testing Fight

 

03/22. Dairy Crest fined after mice get its cheese

03/22. Nakagawa takes hard line on U.S. beef

03/22. Successful cell engineering may lead to mad cow prevention

03/22. Creekstone Farms to File Lawsuit Against USDA

03/22. Cell engineering may stop mad cow disease

03/22. Cellular receptor identified for botulinum neurotoxin A

03/22. On e-mail network, experts debate food and safety

03/22. Scientists develop listeria vaccine: study

03/22. AQAA: Only program of its kind for controlling allergens

03/22. BC-Japan-US-Beef

03/22. FSANZ seeks comment on proposed changes to food code

03/22. Ag-security – meeting announcement # 2

03/22. Canterbury fails water review

03/22. New IKE scenario addresses NR appeal process

03/22. Inaccurate labelling on noodle products found in FSAI Irradi

03/22. Discovery Place brings crop, meat science together

03/22. Cleanliness of casino kitchens is unclear

03/22. Unappetizing experiment sizzles in media

 

03/21. Packaging trays created out of metal-detectable plastic

03/21. 'I thought my baby was a dodgy curry'

03/21. Study Says Americans are Eating Less ‘Risky Foods’

03/21. Office of Food Safety to Hold Meeting on Codex General Princ

03/21. Japanese team approves Canadian meat plants

03/21. Office of Food Safety to hold meeting on Codex General Princ

03/21. Japan rejects US calls to end beef ban

03/21. Generating livestock with silenced prion proteins

03/21. FSIS directives on listeria regulations

03/21. The service of environmental assurance

03/21. Warning: This bill could make you sick

03/21. Cookie cops' coup crumbles; City calls off their crackdown

03/21. Novel vaccine approach against Listeria

03/21. Hand sanitizers, good or bad?

03/21. It's a wash

03/21. Use care to avoid food poisoning; report all cases

03/21. Common practices at petting zoos put visitors at risk

03/21. To head off allergies, expose your kids to pets and dirt

03/21. World Health Organization (WHO) global salm-surv

03/21. Potential poultry health issues do not pose a food safety ri

03/21. Petting zoos can breed illness: 3 studies show bacterial inf

 

03/20. The Human Factor: Factors strongly influencing HACCP

03/20. 13th HACCP Conference Information

03/20. Japan--US-Beef

03/20. Beef-Canada

03/20. Naming grocers on tainted meats

03/20. "Bacteriophage" antibiotic alternative to benefit

03/20. A statement from Kings Buffet

03/20. City will boost eatery food safety inspections

 

03/19. Restaurant website will be helpful guide for tourists: Regio

03/19. Got Raw milk?

03/19. Mad Cow in Ala. Underlines Tracking Need

03/19. USDA Likely To Test Offspring Calf Of BSE Cow For Disease

03/19. Magazine awards John Butts, Don Zink distinguished service h

N.C. says bioterror funds still needed

03/19. Canadian scientist not that heroic

03/19. H-E-B can't say when baby food might return

03/19. Sanitized cantaloupes are susceptible to Salmonella recontam

 

03/18. USDA exhumes infected cow, confirms age

03/18. Coca-Cola tests soft drinks for benzene

03/18. Avoiding Food Allergens is a Formidable Task

03/18. Mad Cow In Ala. Underlines Tracking Need

03/18. Bacteria vs. Bacteria: The New Fight Against Salmonella

03/18. E.coli focus shifts to sausage

03/18. Food: Mercury Rising

03/18. McDonald’s Sweeps The Board In Quality & Food-Safety Awa

03/18. Fish, fish everywhere -- but which are safe to eat?

03/18. Unsafe goods, food too often slip into U.S. shops, homes

 

03/17. No breaches in SRM controls reported during February 2006

03/17. New Guidelines Reveal the Complexity of Food Allergy Managem

03/17. Food Allergies: A New Approach

03/17. Protozoa Aid Food-Poisoning Germs

03/17. S. Korea's Food Watchdog to Strengthen Food Import Safety

03/17. Fluke Booklet Provides Tips On Food Safety And Temperature M

03/17. USDA to exhume BSE animal

03/17. Regulator to begin inspections of meat plants under hygiene

03/17. Safety regulator finds mollusc allergens not reduced by proc

03/17. Mad Cow

03/17. S. Korea expects delays on US beef imports

03/17. Japan says Canadian meat packer loses approval

03/17. Swift responds to Hong Kong ban on Greeley plant

03/17. US Senate review may delay mad-cow tracing plan

03/17. US-Japan-Beef

03/17. NEW BSE CASE FOUND IN JAPAN

03/17. Seventh Annual Illinois Food Safety Symposium tentative agen

03/17. Editorial informs consumers of CO packaging benefits

03/17. Restaurant reports available online for Va.

03/17. Gilde not withdrawing meat

03/17. Infected Alabama Cow at Least 10 Years Old

 

03/16. Meat directives

03/16. Guidance to reduce infection risk from spa pools

03/16. Robust Salmonella metabolism limits possibilities for new an

03/16. AAFC: New food safety initiative launched in Nova Scotia

03/16. Researchers discover botulism toxin's insidious route into n

03/16. 'Mad cow capital' taking lead in prion research

03/16. Bush Names Cancer Institute Chief to Lead FDA

03/16. Panel Will Review the Safety Of a Compound in Soy Foods

03/16. Officials Blast EPA on Perchlorate Standards

03/16. Second USDA Confirmatory Test Result Positive For BSE

03/16. USDA To Decide Soon On Direction Of BSE Testing Program

03/16. Investigators Will Dig Up Infected Cow

03/16. BSE case draws criticism of USDA, FDA

03/16. Japan urges U.S. not to scale down mad cow testing

03/16. Sick? Stay at home

03/16. New guidelines reveal the complexity of food allergy managem

03/16. Brain wasting diseases: issues affecting mad cow disease

03/16. Mad cow

03/16. Blowing whistle on food safety

03/16. Buffet to reopen with new name and ownership

03/16. Salmonella caught red-handed: salmonella research provides

 

03/15. South Korea may delay reopening market to U.S. beef

03/15. Japan: latest BSE case will not affect beef trade negotiatio

03/15. MEAT LEADERS ADDRESS BSE ISSUE

03/15. Norway's Food Safety Authority should have warned consumers

03/15. More meat worries

03/15. Mercury a worry in tuna sushi

03/15. NIH panel to review soy safety

03/15. Consumer confidence in food safety on the rise?

03/15. Study says chips in ID tags are vulnerable to viruses

03/15. US Hails Calm Reaction to New Mad Cow Case

03/15. Japan confirms 23rd case of mad cow disease

03/15. Mad cow madness

03/15. Swift officials hope Hong Kong ban will be cleared up quickl

03/15. Government to scale back mad cow testing

03/15. New Issue of Food Safety News

03/15. Wipes too wimpy to clean the whole shopping cart

03/15. Homegrown alfalfa sprouts healthy choice with proper care

 

03/14. Licensure hope for farmer Stutzman can seek reinstatement

03/14. Woodland raw milk scare has Oregon reviewing its laws

03/14. Region creating restaurant disclosure website, online by Sep

03/14. A hard bill to swallow

03/14. Chefs wait for rules on sous vide, as experts question some

03/14. Let health 'umps' call potlucks

03/14. Latest mad cow case likely to have little effect

03/14. CFIA/Minister's Statement: BSE

03/14. Two online food safety courses now available at BCIT

03/14. Staying home is key in preventing the spread of norovirus

 

03/13. Harmonisation of specified risk material (SRM) controls

03/13. Muntinlupa seizes uninspected meat

03/13. National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for

03/13. BSE; Minimal-risk regions and importation of commodities

03/13. Woman Is Arrested After Filing Claim Of Drug-Tainted Milk

03/13. Residues of veterinary medicinal products

03/13. Third BSE case underlines urgent need to tighten feed rules

03/13. Mad cow disease is confirmed in Alabama

03/13. Sudbury's health unit, by the numbers

03/13. Ban on sale of cut fruits and roadside food stalls likely

03/13. Weld County suspends Lopianos food license

03/13. Heading to a restaurant? Let's be careful out there

 

03/12. Charges dropped in food tampering

03/12. Western blot test confirms Alabama beef cow positive for BSE

03/12. Johanns has 'candid conversation' with Japanese ag minister

03/12. EU eyes possible BSE cases in sheep

03/12. AMI: BSE Firewall System Working to Detect, Stop Disease in

03/12. Food-allergic teens often take risks with food

03/12. House Moves to Strip Food Warning Labels

03/12. Johanns: Mad cow alert won't harm beef sales

03/12. Sample in question found positive for BSE

03/12. Food safety laws in jeopardy

03/12. Food fight brewing over safety bill

03/12. Consumers' Enthusiasm Growing For Farmer's Raw Milk

03/12. US Cites Test for New Mad Cow Case

03/12. US Plays Down Mad Cow Threat

 

03/11. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF)

03/11. New consumer web site resource on food and water issues

03/11. Beef-Japan

03/11. State upgrades web site for restaurant inspections

03/11. Hong Kong suspends beef imports from Swift

03/11. Invisible danger? Parents look inside the lunchbox

03/11. Human waste put in food, ex-inmates claim

03/11. USDA statement regarding inconclusive BSE test results

03/11. Bush seen picking von Eschenbach as FDA chief

03/11. No illnesses linked to tainted food

03/11. Corky & Lenny's an irreplaceable asset

03/11. Customer put mouse in burrito, police say

 

03/10. $2 milk sale shuts down farm

03/10. Final program set for IAFP 2006

03/10. Sushi King reopens for lunch; closes again

03/10. 9 Madison food businesses cited

03/10. Tennessee playing mad cow `roulette'

03/10. French sheep tested for mad cow disease

03/10. Latest Canadian BSE Case Resulted From Contaminated Feed

03/10. EU: BSE cases in sheep not ruled out

03/10. Researchers' new approach to defeating Gram-negative bugs

03/10. Feds eye change to food safety regulations

03/10. Quest launches allergen free nut flavours

03/10. Smart label senses quality of packaged meat

03/10. Global biosafety food standards vital to counter contaminati

03/10. WHO's vCJD case definition should be revised

03/10. Johanns says he would allow Japan to routinely inspect U.S.

03/10. FSIS issues notice announcing delay of certain export verifi

03/10. CSPI calls on Senate to reject food-safety rollback

03/10. Think twice before giving baby birds for Easter

03/10. Metal found in packets of flour

03/10. Australian irradiated fruit found unmarked in stores

03/10. Chicken firm supplied unfit food

 

03/09. Irradiation Resumes as SureBeam Plant Reopens

03/09. Food irradiation may start to take off

03/09. Enforcing UK Food Labeling Law – in Perspective

03/09. Quotable Quotes

03/09. Further investigations on three unusual cases of TSE in shee

03/09. Latest research requirements published

03/09. Latest edition of Food Chain

03/09. Food warnings

03/09. New industry food recall package available online

03/09. Queensland poisonings highlight need for better food safety

03/09. Chefs looking for tenderness meet tough New York rules

03/09. Woman suing restaurant over food poisoning in August

03/09. CDC: No government recall despite outbreak

 

03/08. Potluck dinner law makes sense

03/08. Malaysia reopens market to U.S. beef

03/08. NPPC backs uniform food safety law

03/08. CFIA completes BSE investigation

03/08. Think you have a handle on safe food preparation?

03/08. The kitchen detective

03/08. The great allergy con

03/08. Food and Veterinary Office - Inspection reports

03/08. BSE: UK beef embargo to be lifted

03/08. BC-US-Japan-Beef

03/08. Gregoire to sign raw-milk legislation

03/08. Store banned from selling food: rodent problem

03/08. Restaurant records should be public: Taylor

03/08. More salmonella is reported in chickens

03/08. Exposing the rotten truth

 

03/07. US welcomes ending of Malaysia's beef ban

03/07. Food Microbiology Research Conference XX 2006

03/07. Meat hygiene directives

03/07. EU: Codex Committee on Food Hygiene (CCFH)

03/07. Food supplier expands recall of pickled beets

03/07. Government wants to tell consumers where recalled food was s

03/07. Stricter catering policies concern local international commu

03/07. Availability of lists during meat or poultry product recalls

03/07. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) - Introduction

03/07. Correction to " Lab tests confirm E. Coli in prepackage

03/07. Foes of food labeling bill criticize law

 

03/06. FSIS Technology Updates published online

03/06. Groups petition EPA to retract fluoride pesticide tolerances

03/06. No beef in meat packaging controversy

03/06. Will the 5-second rule save food in nick of time?

03/06. Proposal for E. coli bacteria sanitization level monitoring

03/06. Loo and behold the truth on ice

03/06. E. Coli O157:H7 still poses biggest risk

03/06. Minimizing food safety hazards of fruits and vegetables

03/06. Japan says unclear if U.S. beef actions would work

03/06. Blood test should detect mad cow, Alzheimer's

03/06. Drug residue tainting water, report warns

03/06. Two food businesses closed in February

 

03/05. Better training for safer food

03/05. Group warns of toxic tuna

03/05. FSIS to launch 'intensified verification testing' for lister

03/05. Is something fishy with seafood investigation?

03/05. Sellers of raw milk fight government crackdown

03/05. What good are microbial models anyway?

03/05. Report: Canada mad cow case points to feed

03/05. Health region tight-lipped on restaurants

03/05. Sushi King works to reopen restaurant

03/05. Lab tests confirm E. coli in prepackaged lettuce

 

03/04. Netherlands reports new case of madcow disease

03/04. Canada ends mad cow search, finds no more cases

03/04. UF gearing up for war on infectious diseases

03/04. E. Coli Deadlier Than Strain From Years Past

03/04. Authorities pressured over benzene in soft drinks

03/04. Johanns uncertain when Japan will reopen its border

03/04. Reaction against carbon monoxide in meat packaging spreads

03/04. 34th Session Of The Codex Committee On Food Labelling

03/04. Food allergy or intolerance?

03/04. Dr. Brian Evans first to receive award

 

03/03. EU set for close vote on lifting British beef ban

03/03. Food Safety and Quality Update

03/03. FDA issues guidelines for fresh-cut produce

03/03. House Mulls Bill on Food Label Removal

03/03. Cattlemen's day participants to learn about biosecurity

03/03. PakSense tests packing tag: Labels note temp every 5 min

03/03. Agroterrorism: What is the threat and what can be done?

03/03. Food warnings

03/03. Spraypark lawsuit gets its first day in court

03/03. UK food watchdog discovers benzene in soft drinks

 

03/02. Update on benzene in soft drinks

03/02. CONSUMERS CONFUSED ABOUT SWEETNER SAFETY

03/02. ORGANIC FOOD: BUYING MORE SAFETY OR JUST PEACE OF MIND?

03/02. OPINIONS SPLIT ON GENETICALLY ENGINEERED FOOD

03/02. TOXINS FOUND IN FISH FOR SALE

03/02. OREGON HEALTH DEPARTMENT PROPOSES FOOD STUDY FOR PERCHLORATE

03/02. Integrated Risk Studies – Gate to Plate: Current Issues and

03/02. Judge orders destruction of 4.3M eggs

03/02. The abusive new federalism

03/02. Shopping carts in the mist

03/02. Raw milk rises to top of farm agenda

03/02. Put me out of business, please

03/02. Sizzler woman too sick for court

03/02. NABC Forum

03/02. C. Everett Koop says US woefully unprepared for bio disaster

03/02. Study tests whether place mats reduce germ spread

03/02. Food Safety Information Society: Utilize your fridge space

03/02. Consumer alert: Raw milk not licensed or inspected in Ohio

03/02. Rat-swamped warehouse operator gets prison

03/02. New communique

03/02. Bill may undo States' rules on safe food

03/02. Tonics: How dress-down Fridays could save a life

03/02. Rural residents air dinner beefs

03/02. AMI defends use of carbon monoxide in meat packaging

03/02. The Emotional Side of Food Allergies

 

03/01. Benzene in soft drinks

03/01. Public underestimates risks posed by common pathogens

03/01. IRELAND QUASHES AI FOOD-SAFETY FEARS

03/01. Cafes to report poisoning fears at once

03/01. Woman to face court over Sizzler poisoning case

03/01. Bill May Undo States' Rules on Safe Food

03/01. AAFC: New food safety initiative launched in Ontario

03/01. Model food emergency response plan

03/01. Police seek woman over Sizzler food poisoning scare

03/01. New Zealand: hepatitis risk from some Northland oysters

03/01. Another E. coli victim hospitalized

03/01. EU: Dioxin Suspected in Chinese Produced Feed Additives

 

 

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