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05/31. Canada's handling of BSE assessed
05/31. USDA's power undermined, critic argues
05/31. DIAGNOSING, TREATING AND MANAGING FOOD ALLERGIES IN CHILDREN
05/31. When contamination is found, line speed is reduced:
05/31. EFSA appoints board
05/31. Language a hurdle for health officials
05/31. FDA outlines safety issues, Buckeye Egg responds
05/31. E. coli cases spark nationwide response
 
05/30. Advice on SARS and Potential for Food Transmission
05/30. Questions and Answers for Food Workers and Managers Regarding (SARS) 
05/30. Canada Seeks Partial U.S. Beef Ban Lift
05/30. Mad Cow Disease Poses Little Risk of Spreading, Scientists S
05/30. No Deal on Biotech Food
05/30. Cow Carcasses Pile Up in Canada Mad Cow Scare
05/30. WHAT IS NORWALK VIRUS? - UPDATED
05/30. ANOTHER STUDY ON HACCP AND SMALL BUSINESSES
05/30. USA: Persistent failure to agree on GM foods report
05/30. China bans imports of Canadian cattle over BSE fears
05/30. USDA publishes irradiated beef specs
05/30. NRA's Educational Foundation creates new food safety positio
05/30. BSE in Canada - Hunt for Clues
05/30. Canada Plans for the Future -
05/30. Analysts Say Consumers Still Confident in U.S. Beef Safety
05/30. US survey reveals most Americans unaware of antibiotics in m
05/30. Meanwhile: Mad cow disease is a bit less scary
05/30. Canada continues mad cow testing
05/30. No trace of mad cow case: survey [China]
05/30. Bacteria bottled in ‘chilled mineral water’ [India]
05/30. Imported-food inspectors playing catchup
05/30. CTA nearing completion of food safety project
05/30. Zapped Meat For School Lunches
 
05/29. INVESTIGATORS HOME IN ON MAD COW SOURCE
05/29. GOV'T TO APPEAL RULING OVER DAMAGES FOR SPROUT GROWERS
05/29. Ban Dangerous Feed, Experts Say
05/29. MAD COW CONTINENTALISM: U.S. SHARES CANADA'S INTEREST IN BAN
05/29. A NATIONAL ACADEMIES WORKSHOP: EXPLORING A VISION: INTEGRATI
05/29. FIVE IRISH SCIENTISTS TO ADVISE EUROPEAN FOOD SAFETY AUTHORI
05/29. CRITICS SAY U.S. MAD COW ANIMAL FEED RULES INADEQUATE
05/29. TWO-PART SOLUTION TO BSE FEAR
05/29. OTTAWA LOOKS AT NEW RULES ON MAD-COW
05/29. BAN COW PARTS FROM ALL FEED
05/29. US Could Weigh Easing Canada Meat Ban
05/29. More Canadian cattle slaughtered as BSE investigation contin
05/29. Canada builds case to lift bans on its beef
05/29. Food Safety on the Web
05/29. Protecting Europe's consumers
05/29. Food: how intolerant are we?
 
05/28. NFPA Applauds USDA Announcement Permitting Use of Irradiated
05/28. An appeal to restaurants
05/28. Quorn's Fungus Shown to be an Allergen
05/28. Mad cow disease likely to have infected US cattle: report
05/28. More cattle being destroyed for mad cow testing in Canada
05/28. SureBeam processed fresh ground beef in Pacific Northwest
05/28. Discovery that deadly listeriosis often occurs in clusters
05/28. Restaurant reopen after salmonella outbreak
05/28. Europe aims for higher food safety standards
05/28. Concern over shellfish ban
 
05/27. VACCINATION BEFORE VACATION?: HEPATITIS A CASES SPUR SOME TO
05/27. CANADA'S PROBLEM AND AMERICA'S
05/27. POLITICIANS CLAIM IT'S SAFE TO EAT BEEF, BUT IS IT?
05/27. CANADA CHECKS HOW 200 FARMS USED RESTRICTED FEED
05/27. Mass Slaughter Suggested to Rebuild Consumer Confidence
05/27. NORWAY FACES HIGH HURDLES FOR JAPAN WHALE SALES
05/27. TESTS CLEAR CANADA HERD LINKED TO MAD COW
05/27. ALBERTA MAD COW TESTS ALL NEGATIVE
05/27. THERE'S NO LAW SAYING SICK COWS CAN'T BE EATEN. MAYBE THERE
 
05/26. CANADA HAS BEEN IMPORTING POTENTIALLY CONTAMINATED MEAL
05/26. RECYCLING OF COW PARTS HEADED FOR SHAKEUP: RENDERING INDUSTR
05/26. AMI calls proposed pathogen reduction bill 'misguided'
05/26. US Stockgrowers press for long-term ban on Canadian cattle
05/26. Change to BSE Rules [Japan]
05/26. Harkin Introduces Bill to Give USDA OK to Mandate Performanc
 
05/25. FSAI calls for herbal supplement removal
05/25. New BSE theory gathers interest
05/25. NIH Issues Nationwide Vibrio Alert [Korea]
05/25. SCHUMER PUSHES TRACKING SYSTEM TO KEEP MEAT SAFE
05/25. Marion County Sheriff Investigates Jail Food Supplier
 
05/24. Schools adjust as food allergies rise
05/24. New Zealand plastics industry claims safe food packaging
05/24. Conservatives demand 'fair deal' on food safety
05/24. 'Bacteria-eating' Viruses May Spread Some Infectious Disease
05/24. Snow Brand officials escape jail terms over food poisoning
 
05/23. Canadian Cow's Feed "Almost Impossible" To Trace-USDA
05/23. STRICT REGULATIONS MINIMIZE U.S. HEALTH RISKS FROM BEEF, SPE
05/23. THIS WAS A PROBLEM JUST WAITING TO HAPPEN
05/23. INSPECTION AGENCY STRETCHED; GETTING TO THE MEAT OF THE MAD
05/23. Canadian BSE Results at Least Week Away-Official
05/23. Theories Abound for Mad Cow Disease in Canada
05/23. Dairy industry says milk products are BSE-free
05/23. Politicians, activists slam Canada for BSE testing delay
05/23. Green light for irradiation?
05/23. Alliance calls for emergency debate on mad cow
05/23. Canada expands frantic search for mad cow cases
05/23. BSE risk in bones and blood used in meats
05/23. Restaurant open after salmonella cases
05/23. Questions About 'Mad Cow Disease' (Bovine Spongiform Encepha
05/23. Biotech-Food Fight
05/23. SHELLFISH TESTS TO BE REVIEWED
05/23. Kevin's Law Introduced
05/23. Senate Bill Takes on Meat and Poultry Pathogens
05/23. McDonald's Chief Stresses Food Safety
 
05/22. IAFP NAMES PRESTIGIOUS BLACK PEARL AWARD RECIPIENT
05/22. IAFP ANNOUNCES FELLOW AND HONORARY LIFE AWARDS
05/22. IAFP RECOGNIZES EXCELLENCE IN FOOD SAFETY
05/22. GAME UNLIKELY TO INFECT CATTLE: RESEARCH SHOWS NO EVIDENCE O
05/22. U.S. Won't Track Down Canadian Cow Imports
05/22. Mad-Cow Panic More Harmful Than Disease Itself
05/22. MAD COW MAY HAVE ORIGINATED IN SASKATCHEWAN
05/22. MAD-COW AND CHRONIC WASTING DISEASES: HOW THEY ARE RELATED A
05/22. SLEUTHS TRACK EVIDENCE IN CANADA'S MAD COW CASE
05/22. MAD COW INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT FOOD SAFETY NETWORK
05/22. PUBLIC COMMENT SOUGHT ON AMENDMENTS TO FOOD CODE
05/22. U.S. TAKES ANOTHER LOOK FOR MAD COW RISK
05/22. STATEMENT FROM THE CANADIAN CATTLE IDENTIFICATION AGENCY (CC
05/22. MINISTERS UNLEASH CONFUSION
05/22. British television investigation details chicken adulteratio
05/22. COOL supporter cites Canadian BSE to bolster mandatory label
05/22. BSE Scare: The Next Day
05/22. EC bans additive
05/22. Updated Question and Answer Sheet on BSE Available at MeatAMI.com
05/22. Germany gets tough on risk foods
05/22. Delay in mad cow test angers U.S. lawmakers, consumers
05/22. Canada Seeks to Stem Mad Cow Worry
05/22. BSE risk in bones and blood used in meats
05/22. A result of 9/11 could be better drinking water
05/22. Mad cow quarantines spread to Saskatchewan
05/22. Mad cow disease lesson in food safety
05/22. Public interest and panic key issues
05/22. Ex-grocery worker admits poisoning beef
 
05/21. FRENCH EXPERT SAYS RISK TO HUMANS EXTREMELY LOW
05/21. Canadian Case Doesn't Alarm Mad Cow Expert
05/21. WHAT IS MAD COW DISEASE (BSE)?
05/21. BEEF INFORMATION CENTRE HAS FAITH IN CANADA'S BEEF SUPPLY
05/21. CHRONOLOGY-THE SPREAD OF MAD COW DISEASE
05/21. ANALYZING HEALTH, SAFETY, AND ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS
05/21. BIFSCO EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
05/21. NEW BOARD MEMBER AND CHAIR OF SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE APPOINTED
05/21. BACTERIA CONVERT FOOD PROCESSING WASTE TO HYDROGEN
05/21. BOTTLED WATER: MORE THAN JUST A STORY ABOUT SALES GROWTH: ST
05/21. FOOD SAFE, INC. SUPPORTS PROPOSED LEGISLATION BY SENATOR DUR
05/21. CSPI ANNOUNCES CONFERENCE ON "CONFLICTED SCIENCE"
05/21. IMPORT REQUIREMENTS FOR MEXICAN CANTALOUPES
05/21. Canada’s BSE Situation: Industry Responds
05/21. Food Safety in Europe
05/21. An end to vCJD epidemic threat
05/21. Canada Hunts for Mad Cow Case Origins
05/21. Food, cattle industries scramble to minimize damage from mad
05/21. More Alberta cattle quarantined
05/21. Processors caught beefing up chicken
05/21. Ruling: Eatery, La. equally liable in oyster case
05/21. Salmonella Case Settled
05/21. Jail's caterer has history of violations
05/21. Procedures set to prevent E. coli outbreak at county fair
05/21. Food intolerance at the FSA
05/21. "Mad cow" disease in Canada UPDATED
05/21. Meat is safe, experts say
05/21. New laws could outlaw vintage wines
05/21. Pan recall partially revoked
05/21. German risk agency welcomes new head
05/21. Follow these tips for food safety at your picnic
05/21. Accused butcher's son 'victim of E.coli'
05/21. Sprout growers gain revenge
 
05/20. Statement by Veneman Regarding Canada’s Announcement of BSE Investigation
05/20. Mad cow disease reported in Canada
05/20. REPORTS OF BAD WATER SOAR; DANGEROUS BACTERIA DISCOVERED IN
05/20. Course for Antibiotic Residue Testing in Swine
05/20. Smart labelling seminar
05/20. Meat inspectors' clout questioned
05/20. Milk should stay on the menu, health officials say
05/20. Keeping beef carcasses clean can be difficult
05/20. Lack of oversight and will put consumers at risk
 
05/19. An Unseen Killer's Toll
05/19. FOOD IRRADIATION UPDATE
05/19. SCIENTISTS CONFIRM NO LINK BETWEEN PRENATAL EXPOSURE TO MERC
05/19. FOOD SAFETY LAW ENACTED BY DIET
05/19. FDA issues guidance on animal feed
05/19. FDA issues draft guidance on use deer and elk in animal feed
05/19. Study finds no detectable risk from mercury in ocean seafood
 
05/18. Aussie budget confirms commitment to food safety
05/18. FSAI wraps knuckles over mislabelling
05/18. Study of Prenatal Exposure to Mercury in Fish provides Impo
 
05/17. Dubai Municipality awards Jebel Ali International Hotels
05/17. NZFSA warns of toxic fish 
05/17. DWTC conferred award by Dubai Municipality for improving foo
05/17. How food safety can be improved
 
05/16. Is education key to acceptance of irradiation?
05/16. Microbiologist Katherine Swanson Wins NFPA Food Safety Award
05/16. Local mom urges support for kids with severe allergies
05/16. White Hall family knows hardships of many others
05/16. Georgia Enforces Gulf Oyster Rules
05/16. Food Illnesses Reduced by Pall Filtration Technology
05/16. Beef irradiation pilot survey sparks controversy
05/16. INGESTED FLUORIDE NEEDLESS; CHILDREN DANGEROUSLY OVERDOSED,
05/16. NEARLY A THIRD OF RESERVE WATER SYSTEMS POSE RISK
05/16. NOTICE TO FOOD EDITORS - CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY
05/16. AMI/NCBA PRESS RELEASE: AMI FOUNDATION, BEEF CHECKOFF JOINTL
05/16. U OF A PLANS DISEASE-FIGHTING CENTRE: $17M RESEARCH
05/16. E. coli lawsuits restored
 
05/15. U.S.- EU Dispute Could Bend Poor Nations to GMOs-Groups
05/15. US Calls in WTO on GM Foods
05/15. NFPA Supports U.S. WTO Case to End European Moratorium
05/15. Baby Supplements, Asthma, [Food] Allergy Linked
05/15. Eat, drink & be wary
05/15. Irradiated beef spreads into wider use
05/15. Book claims U.S. food industry chooses profits over safety
05/15. LEAHY ORCHARDS INC. SELECTS AVURE'S FRESHER UNDER PRESSURE(R
05/15. SYMPOSIUM WILL FOCUS ON FOOD SAFETY RISK ANALYSIS
05/15. FIRST WORLD CONGRESS ON FOOD IRRADIATION CITES EDUCATION AS
05/15. RESEARCHERS CALL FOR CHANGE OF APPROACH TO PREVENT LISTERIA
05/15. CALICIVIRUSES: A MAJOR CAUSE OF FOODBORNE ILLNESS
 
05/14. SEASONED INDUSTRY SCIENTIST DAVE GOMBAS NEW VP, NFPA-SAFE SU
05/14. SAFE PORK
05/14. ENHANCEMENTS TO GROUND BEEF PURCHASE REQUIREMENTS
05/14. BRAIN LICKER NOVELTY SWEET WARNING
05/14. RENO AREA BUSINESSES URGED TO ATTEND NOROVIRUS WORKSHOP
05/14. SUREBEAM OPENS BRAZILIAN FOOD PROCESSING CENTER: NEW FACILIT
05/14. FDA AND CDC PARTNER TO EXPAND COUNTER TERRORISM LABS
05/14. NORWAY WARNS PREGNANT WOMEN AGAINST EATING WHALE MEAT
05/14. Mum finds glass in baby's food
05/14. FDA to open food bioterrorism testing labs
05/14. Food Safety Closes Meat Businesses
05/14. Food allergies less common than thought, report says
05/14. Winners of food safety competition felicitated
05/14. FDA issues final two proposed food safety regulations
05/14. EU enlargement will mean food safety conflicts
05/14. Residents advised not to consume marlin after fish poisoning
 
05/13. CANADA MIGHT ADMIT MEXICAN MELONS AGAIN
05/13. COURT SAYS BUFFALO GRILL PROBES UNFOUNDED
05/13. US files WTO case against EU on biotech foods
05/13. U.S., Others File WTO Complaint Against EU Biotech Crops Ban
05/13. EU Animal By-Products Regulation Took Effect May 1
05/13. Training Course Will Reinforce Food Safety Duties for Inspec
05/13. Food allergy basics
05/13. Dangerous game in sights
05/13. Conch vendors asked to observe sanitary practices
05/13. Irradiated beef grows in acceptance despite some concerns
05/13. Bill holds food biotechs liable for products
05/13. Paris hosts debate on food safety
05/13. Food safety, maintaining guiding principles
05/13. Processors Vigorously Deny EU Rumors of Salmonella in Lake V
05/13. CONCERNS OVER PEANUT ALLERGY
05/13. FUN, SUN AND SAFE FOOD
05/13. Home cooking is the biggest food poisoning risk
 
05/12. SPEECH: THE HON TRISH WORTH TO THE IBC FOOD REGULATIONS CONF
05/12. PARIS APPEALS COURT TO RULE ON HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION IN MAD
05/12. THE CLAIM
05/12. IRRADIATED MEAT -
05/12. South Carolina inspectors crack down on bootleg slaughter op
05/12. HANDWASHING PROGRAMMES COULD BE INTERVENTION OF CHOICE
 
05/11. CARGILL FOODS RECOGNIZES SUPPLIERS OF CLEAN CATTLE WITH THE
05/11. EUROPE CONTEMPLATES US-STYLE DISEASE-CONTROL CENTRE
05/11. Companies slow to take up irradiation
 
05/10. Hotel Cut Off Date for Listeria Workshop in Boston May 13
05/10. Association vows tighter shrimp rules
05/10. Lizard Head In Salad Tests Negative For Bacteria
05/10. Small hospital scrambled to keep up with poisoning victims
 
05/09. ASM Division P General Meeting, Washington DC, May 18-22
05/09. Training Course: Food Safety Regulatory Essentials
05/09. US to Challenge EU's Policy on GM Foods
05/09. Denmark Confirms 13th Case of Mad Cow Disease
05/09. PENNSYLVANIA INSPECTORS CLOSE EIGHT EATERIES IN RECENT REVIE
05/09. VACCINES CUT HEALTH RISKS
05/09. PRION DISEASES: CANNIBALS AND GARBAGE PILES
05/09. CROSSING THE SPECIES BARRIER
05/09. GOV'T TO DEVISE FARM POLICY OUTLINE FOR ENSURING FOOD SAFETY
05/09. ABERDEEN, S.D.-AREA SCHOOL OFFICIALS CONFIDENT IN SAFETY OF
05/09. GOLF COURSE WATER STATIONS POTENTIAL HEALTH HAZARD
05/09. A Pain in the Glass
05/09. Businesses instructed on food legislation
05/09. Five new cases of BSE this week [Ireland]
05/09. ISBE employees deny charges in food case
05/09. Fonterra asks for food safety, Commerce Commission to probe [New Zealand]
05/09. Pesticide Poisoning Raises Food Safety Concerns
 
05/08. EFSA TO FORM SCIENTIFIC PANEL
05/08. OFFICIALS ISSUE ANNUAL QUARANTINE ON MUSSELS
05/08. DIDN'T REPAIR COOLER, RESTAURANT FINED $460
05/08. MANAGERS REVISIT FOOD SAFETY RULES: MORE THAN 700 IN WINNEBAGO
05/08. FDA SUGGESTS SECURITY RULES DESIGNED TO QUICKLY TRACK
05/08. Meatpacking Plant Sues USDA Inspectors
05/08. GM food is not unsafe- The Royal Society
05/08. Murano Food Irradiation speech posted
05/08. Irradiation is Up-and-Coming
05/08. COOL Records Cool
05/08. Store fined over out of date food [UK]
05/08. FDA Plans Food-tracking (Traceability) System
05/08. Watchdog warning on vitamin safety [UK]
05/08. Watchdog walks with controversy as it stands guard [UK]
05/08. TAKEAWAY FOOD CAN'T ALWAYS CURRY FAVOUR
 
05/07. HOTEL HONOURED FOR ALLERGY TRAINING PROGRAM
05/07. RENO, NEV. TAKES ACTION AFTER VIRAL OUTBREAK
05/07. FOOD ALLERGY AWARENESS NEEDED
05/07. WE NEED PROCESSING INDUSTRY DATA
05/07. LAST WEEK'S USDA/FSIS EPI MEETING
05/07. NEBRASKA BEEF V. USDA-AGAIN
05/07. FOOD COMPANIES FIGHTING BIOTERROR REGS: CSPI SAYS RULES SHOU
05/07. FAO: No link between SARS and livestock production
05/07. Food Safety Initiatives
05/07. San Diego seafood store fined heavily for health violation
05/07. Two Dallas Vibrio Deaths Last Year Lead to Lawsuits and Call
05/07. Managers revisit food safety rules
05/07. Banned curry king finds new career in food safety
05/07. U.S. Proposes Food Safety Record-Keeping Regulations
 
05/06. A NATIONAL CENTRE FOR DISEASE CONTROL
05/06. Hand Hygiene in Retail & Food Service Establishments
05/06. DON'T PLAY WITH HEPATITIS A
05/06. Murano speaks at World Congress on Food Irradiation
05/06. Food shoppers concerned with cost and safety
05/06. FDA issues final two food bioterrorism regulations
05/06. Safer Food
05/06. COOL Plans Attacked
05/06. AMI Foundation Sponsoring Listeria Workshop in June
05/06. Fast Track on Antimicrobial Approvals Are Key to FSIS Food Safety Strategy
05/06. No let-up in unhygienic sale on Marina [India]
05/06. Tons of school lunch chicken recalled
05/06. U.S. meat companies slow to use irradiation-USDA
05/06. GM Food Survey 2002 conducted by the Food Safety Authority o
05/06. Sara Lee Corporation Names Tracie Sheehan, Ph.D., To Lead Gl
05/06. FOOD SAFETY: Crackdown on chemicals
 
05/05. WORKSHOP ON NON THERMAL FOOD PRESERVATION
05/05. Hand Hygiene in Retail & Food Service Establishments
05/05. LEAD, CADMIUM IN FOOD, ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP SAYS
05/05. Food Safety Magazine Presents Beuchat, Katsuyama with 2003 D
05/05. WARNINGS ON CANNED TUNA URGED: ADVOCATES QUESTION
05/05. ROCKET FUEL IN PRODUCE FROM U.S. SPURS TESTS
05/05. BARGAINS BIGGER FOCUS FOR US FOOD SHOPPERS-SURVEY
 
05/04. WEIGHING INCENTIVES FOR ENHANCING FOOD SAFETY IN MEAT AND PO
05/04. FOUR CLOSURES OF FOOD BUSINESSES IN APRIL
05/04. Produce Can Be 'Poison On Your Plate'
05/04. Safer Food
 
05/03. Danish ban on antibiotics proves successful
05/03. Allergies develop from runaway proteins
05/03. Smoky bacon in cancer scare
05/03. Fever checks at 134 markets, food centres [Singapore]
05/03. Cook Arrested For Spitting In Burger
 
05/02. EFSA to form scientific panel
05/02. Two Illinois state education employees indicted in poison me
05/02. COOL Plans Attacked
05/02. Tougher Requirements for School Meals
05/02. CWD's risk to humans unproven
05/02. California Seafood Company Fined $68,895 for Selling Unlabel
05/02. Dead earwig found in takeaway meal
05/02. Politicization of Seafood Safety Issues, Such as Oysters, Co
05/02. Government recalling Pan products
05/02. Food safety tops farmers' menu
05/02. Harmless anthrax relatives conceal deadly weapons
05/02. Food poisoning can be a short-lived misery or a lethal trage
 
05/01. Fallout Over Irradiated Food in School Lunches
05/01. CRUISE SHIP RULES MAKE NO SENSE
05/01. FEDS URGED TO MAKE WATER SAFE
05/01. FOOD PRODUCTS AND PAN PHARMACEUTICALS (AUSTRALIA ONLY)
05/01. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES WORKSHOP REPORT
05/01. FAO FOOD CHAIN APPROACH
05/01. ACRYLAMIDE IN FOOD: CURRENT STATE OF AFFAIRS
05/01. CODEX COMMITTEE ON GENERAL PRINCIPLES
05/01. PERSPECTIVE BY MEAT PROCESSING NORTH AMERICAN EDITION EDITOR
05/01. SURVEY SHOWS OTHER FOODS SAFE FROM TAINT
05/01. LAWMAKERS SEEK ANSWERS ON TAINTED SCHOOL FOOD
05/01. FOOD SAFETY PLANS FAILED STATE SCHOOLS; OFFICIALS DID NOT GI
05/01. GOLFING GROUP URGES END TO WATER COOLERS: U.S. TEEN'S DEATH
05/01. PRELIMINARY REPORTS ON PERCHLORATE CONTAMINATION NOT SUFFICI
05/01. Italy's mad cow disease spreads
05/01. Meat processors sued in 'outbreak' listeriosis death
05/01. Campaign call to name and shame dirty fast food takeaways
05/01. UC Davis toxicologist bringing food safety tunes to Napa
05/01. Poor food hygiene at takeaways -
05/01. Two school officials charged in tainted chicken case
 

 

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