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05/31. Consumer attitudes towards irradiated food: 2003 vs. 1993
05/31. Quinolone-resistant Campylobacter infections: Risk factors a
05/31. Salmonella-based rodenticides and public health
05/31. [UK] Advice issued about fruit pies
05/31. E. coli found in Ridgetown water
 
05/30. Meat and Poultry Plants' Food Safety Investments: Survey fin
05/30. Meat and poultry plants' food safety investments: Survey fin
05/30. Draft food safety standard for seafood producers
 
05/29. Salmon-PCBs
05/29. Washing eggs does not obliterate salmonella
05/29. Industry hopes public learns that raw almonds are not a majo
05/29. Higher numbers than previously predicted could be incubating
05/29. Bad week for beef, as USDA, scientists serve up more spin
05/29. Food safety at risk in Asia and the Pacific
 
05/28. Jo Brant issues Hep A alert; Patients, visitors and staff ex
05/28. OREGON ACIDIFIED FOODS SCHOOL
05/28. AIB DISTANCE LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
05/28. CHLORINE DEPLETION IN SANITIZING SOLUTIONS USED FOR APPLE DI
05/28. DASCHLE TIES COOL BILL TO CANADIAN IMPORTS
05/28. Facts on food irradiation
05/28. Food irradiation: an underused boon to safety
05/28. Quotable Quotes
 
05/27. Food allergens: a food industry challenge for consumer safet
05/27. Japan puts in place a labeling system that allows consumers
05/27. Industry groups unite over voluntary COOL
05/27. Following USDA's admission of failures on mad cow
05/27. University of California researcher had been studying salmon
05/27. FDA finalizes rule on detention of suspect food
05/27. [Japan] Labeling Laws -
05/27. [Korea] HACCP Upgrade
05/27. R-CALF, consumer groups caution USDA about Canadian beef
05/27. Tracing salmon from farm to fork
05/27. NFPA Calls FDA Detention Authority  Powerful Tool for Prot
05/27. Alliance With Activist Group Reveal Splinter Producer Group’
05/27. FSIS Issues a Revised Recall Directive
05/27. U.S. Beef is Safe and Trade Should Resume
05/27. U.S. Should BSE-Test Cattle From Canada, Groups Say (Update2
05/27. A closer look at your dining hall
05/27. [Pakistan] Only 45pc mineral bottled water brands found safe
05/27. Police Seize 3 Tons of Fishy Caviar
05/27. Marler Clark Files Fourth Lawsuit Against Chili's on Behalf
05/27. Law serving up new regulations on food handling
05/27. Calls for Massive Efforts to Improve Food Safety in Asia-Pac
05/27. Draft food safety standard for seafood producers
05/27. Chinese rural areas at mercy of chaotic drug market: officia
 
05/26. FSANZ seeks public comment on changes to the Food Standards
05/26. Test them all
05/26. Beware the poison picnic
05/26. Thai poultry exports still waiting for OIE clearance
05/26. FSIS notice updates BSE surveillance program
05/26. Animal Health Institute says animal antibiotics pose 'low' r
05/26. FSIS to hold E. coli O157:H7 prevention workshops
05/26. Safety firm targets Ukraine
05/26. NFPA 2004 Graduate Student Scholarship Award
05/26. Iran pistachio exporter dismisses EU cancer fears
05/26. FDA Grants Marketing Approval for XIFAXAN -Rifaximin-; First
05/26. Bronson unveils new bio-safety lab
05/26. RCM Technologies Canada awarded first Can-Trace contract to
05/26. Food Poisoning Could Become Thing of the Past
 
05/25. Television cooking shows as a source of food safety informat
05/25. Fans Of Raw Milk Herd Support At Safety Hearing
05/25. Some progress in BSE discussions with Japan
05/25. Much ado about process
05/25. Teleconference: update on BSE surveillance plan
05/25. GAO report calls for risk assessment, not legislation, to ma
05/25. Food safety without borders
05/25. Inspector ensures that Wilkes-Barre, Pa., event complies wit
05/25. Japanese pork to get traceability labels
05/25. Global action to combat animal disease threat
05/25. American Meat Institute says U.S. and Canadian beef are both
05/25. FSA happy with meat safety
05/25. The challenge to trace fresh produce
05/25. Consumers Question USDA Texas Mad Cow Conclusions
05/25. Researcher says BSE may not be infectious
05/25. Sheep With Scrapie May Be Dangerous, Researchers Warn
05/25. White tea beats green tea in fighting germs
05/25. Food Safe International, Inc. Signs Letter of Intent With Na
05/25. [Ireland] Consumers warned to take care with BBQ food
05/25. [Malaysia] Food safety practices
05/25. UN food agency launches Internet portal on food safety
05/25. Defenders Find Filthy Fast-Food Restaurants
05/25. Star System Fails To Protect HolidayMakers From Food Poisoni
05/25. Rare steak 'is safe to eat'
05/25. Single Oral Dose May Soon Protect Against Food-Borne Illness
05/25. GAO report: Animal antibiotics threaten human health
05/25. GAO: Risk to Humans from Antibiotic Use in Animals
 
05/24. Marler Clark Sues Paramount Farms Over Salmonella-tainted Almonds
05/24. Almond Board of California Responds to FDA's consumer adviso
05/24. NCBA statement: Efforts that would erode confidence in beef
05/24. Microbial loads of conventional and organic produce similar
05/24. USDA: Veneman was unaware of improper Canadian beef imports
05/24. EU traceability technology applied to meat industry
05/24. AMI Says Politically-Motivated BSE Rhetoric Must Stop
 
05/23. Reading food labels the key to avoiding allergic reactions
05/23. Mela Tolerant [Food Intolerance education series]
05/23. UPDATE 1-USDA to tighten mad cow testing in suspect cattle
05/23. U.S., Some Ranchers Clash Over Mad Cow Tests
05/23. Malformed Proteins Found in Sheep Muscle
 
05/22. Food safety conference opens in Malaysia with warnings of co
05/22. Watchdog warns of poison by the punnet
05/22. Food safety officials from 40 Asia-Pacific nations to meet i
05/22. Compound in salsa may fight food poisoning
05/22. New Strain of Bacillus cereus Contains Anthrax Toxin Genes
 
05/21. ACMSF consults on second campylobacter report
05/21. Canada baffled by beef brouhaha
05/21. Reassurance is crucial in mad-cow disaster
05/21. Chloropropanols in meat products
05/21. Senator To Veneman: Resign Over Mad Cow
05/21. [China] Campaign to check food safety
05/21. Virtually Complete Traceback
05/21. Recall Cause Identified
05/21. Banned Canadian beef was imported into U.S.
05/21. Trade Associations Petition FDA to Establish Regulatory Limi
05/21. FDA Not Yet Ready to Announce Mad Cow Feed Rules
05/21. Politically-Motivated BSE Rhetoric Must Stop; U.S. and Canad
05/21. USDA vets allowed to take samples from condemned cattle
05/21. Thousands may carry mad cow virus [sic]
05/21. Veneman Unaware of Banned Beef Shipments, USDA Says
05/21. Pennsylvania Veterinary Laboratory Certified for BSE Sample
05/21. USDA infighting may have led to no test for sick cow
05/21. Bacterial danger hidden in the water
05/21. Food Poisoning or Flu?
05/21. Water bug parents set to sue
05/21. Nutrition Q&A: Don't invite foodborne illness to picnic
05/21. Freezing, Food Safety Link Gains Momentum on Capitol Hill
 
05/20. Grocery fined for mislabelling meat
05/20. Belgian food scare sparks cancer alert
05/20. GM Foods in Europe: Politicians Say Yes, Public Says NO!
05/20. EU ruling paves the way for GM sales
05/20. Safety a Matter of Risk
05/20. Sausage maker on trial for murdering inspectors allegedly re
05/20. BSE discussions conclude in Japan
05/20. China’s big problem : food piracy
05/20. USDA Under Secretary for Food Safety Cites Real Progress
05/20. Egg Allergy Diet
05/20. Low Levels of Acrylamide Don't Worry Experts
05/20. Experts are forecasting 60 more cases of mad cow
05/20. Scientists fear hidden epidemic of vCJD
05/20. Canada Rejects Call for Increasing Mad Cow Tests, Sun Says
05/20. OSU assistant professor earns award
05/20. Top 10 Dirtiest Foods Will Make You Sick
05/20. 'Delhi belly' vaccine licensed only for cholera, says Europe
05/20. Plant Pathologists to Meet in Anaheim to Discuss Food Safety
05/20. [Canada] Notice to Food Editors
05/20. Nigeria`s food agency orders tainted noodles off shelves
05/20. Food Safety Measures For Fiddleheads
 
05/19. U.S., Japanese officials meet to discuss BSE ban
05/19. Test to look at drug for peanut allergy
05/19. U.S., Japan plan more talks to resolve BSE deadlock
05/19. ACIL: Unfair Government Competition in BSE Testing
05/19. Japan, US stay apart on Japan's ban on US beef imports
05/19. Revival of an Old Cure: Bacteria-Eating Viruses
05/19. Serious E. coli infections fell by 36 percent in 2003
05/19. 'Sausage king' turned down offers of help
05/19. EU ends ban on GM food
05/19. Food Safe International Signs Letter of Intent with DTG Indu
05/19. Intelligent packaging must be regulated, says FSAI
05/19. Ensuring food safety is focus of area sellers
 
05/18. California's SB 1425
05/18. Second packer requests permission to test all of its cattle
05/18. BC-Agriculture
05/18. CFSAN 2004 program priorities
05/18. Research identifies the natural progression and potential tr
05/18. BSE still a threat, more precautions needed
05/18. Excellence Ireland quality association and safefood call for
05/18. Plant sanitation a problem? Check for overstressed turkeys
05/18. Medical health officer issues warning about Norwalk virus
05/18. Central Florida's Dirty Restaurants
05/18. Hotel in mouse dropping charge
05/18. KSU Food Safety Site reorganized
05/18. Texas producers urged to test cattle for TB
05/18. Tough nuts
05/18. Dirty homes bug hygiene scientists
05/18. Food Safe International Signs Letter of Intent with DTG Indu
05/18. State Misses Lead Poisoning’s New, Immigrant Face
 
05/17. Chemical safety
05/17. Rural churches must update water systems or not serve food
05/17. Bus fined for poor hygiene
05/17. Beef Safety Backed
05/17. GM contamination claims 'exaggerated', claims study
05/17. NFPA: Registration of Food Facilities
05/17. New IKE Scenario Available
05/17. FSIS To Host Small Plant Training Workshops
 
05/16. Death on a plate
05/16. Organic crops not at risk from GMO neighbours - study
05/16. Some cattle groups, states seek to weaken ban on downer cows
05/16. 10 Dirty Foods
05/16. German Parliament Approves Gene-Food Law
 
05/15. Two cited for unsafe buffet food offerings
05/15. EU Safety Rules to Cost Kenya
05/15. Survey shows public's food safety fears
05/15. The 'Russian roulette' of cuisine
05/15. POISONING: When FOOD Bites back
 
05/14. Irradiation will do for meat what milk pasteurization did
05/14. Irradiation important tool to keep food free from bacteria
05/14. Beef Checkoff Educates Consumers About Irradiated Beef
05/14. Article in NEJM Says Irradiation is Necessary
05/14. The Role of Irradiation in Food Safety
05/14. Quotable Quotes
05/14. Cattle in state to undergo mad cow testing
05/14. Further evidence that vCJD incidence in the UK is currently
05/14. The International Commission on Microbiological Specificatio
05/14. Researchers work to make water safer
05/14. Mouse found in mother's day soup at Newport News restaurant
05/14. Life sciences plenary speaker & panel discussion: “Mad cow d
05/14. Food safety is in your hands… and on your hands
05/14. Beating Antibiotic Resistance
05/14. Green light for GM foods?
05/14. UK's BSE crisis draws to an end
05/14. Food Allergies On The Rise Across Nation
05/14. National Farmers Union Asks USDA to Allow Private Mad-Cow Te
05/14. No mad cow tests at Texas firm in 2004
05/14. [UK] Beef gets a clean bill of health
05/14. Zap! 100 FW jobs [food irradiation]
05/14. Walkerton water facility confirmed
05/14. Guinn: Some common food safety questions
05/14. Food manufacturers eye processing efficiency in the east
05/14. Biotech wheat - the market decides
05/14. Lawmaker Questions USDA Mad Cow Efforts
 
05/13. E.U. countries facing new COOL labeling
05/13. Why risk it? safefood conference will discuss the importance
05/13. Health agency to be set up in Winnipeg, sources say -
05/13. Rule aimed at norovirus would send sick food workers home
05/13. BC-Mad
05/13. UK seen heading for lower mad cow risk status
05/13. Perspective: stay safe during the upcoming grilling season
05/13. Processor achieves certification
05/13. McGuinty government takes further action to protect Ontario'
05/13. What's natural?
05/13. Shelf-life terms
05/13. Conditions were horrid at Santos Linguisa Factory, witness s
05/13. “GM milk” claim misleading
05/13. UNITED STATES AND JAPAN TO HOLD FIRST BSE TECHNICAL WORKING
05/13. GM foods in retreat
05/13. Experts evaluate chemical risk
05/13. U.S. - Japan BSE Technical Talks
05/13. No dairies under investigation for BSE
05/13. Campaign goal: Stop crypto early on
05/13. Food allergy policy passed
 
05/12. Digestive Health & Wellness: Coping with food allergies
05/12. USDA issues 'gag order' to inspectors after Texas BSE testin
05/12. Harkin challenges USDA's BSE testing plan
05/12. S. Korea opposes OIE's push for relaxed beef ban
05/12. More warnings for Chinese medicines in UK
05/12. Allergies demand vigilance
05/12. Cells 'stop talking' in allergy
05/12. Watching what they eat: Parents share tales of food allergie
05/12. [South Africa] SA authorities fail to test for mad cow
05/12. KSU lab approved for mad cow testing
05/12. New research supports theory that indirect transmission of cwd
05/12. 'Joining Hands for Health'
05/12. Food Safety Improves
 
05/11. 'Herbal' Viagra often chemical, study finds
05/11. International affairs
05/11. Review of establishment data by inspection program personnel
05/11. FSIS residue policy and response to comments
05/11. NMA comments on BSE interim rules
05/11. America's mad cow hypocrisy
05/11. New laws in battle to cut food allergy deaths
05/11. Cattle industry takes heart from offer by Bush
05/11. Burger theory lacks meat
05/11. Southern Alberta county opposes co-op's bid for BSE testing
05/11. Bush backs open border for beef
05/11. Two sick cows: World trade rules will never be the same
05/11. Beef recall confusion frustrates California health officials
05/11. Creekstone renews call for BSE testing approval
05/11. Just Noodles owner takes heat for not keeping ingredients co
05/11. Protect Your Children From Food Allergies
05/11. Panel to review reproductive risks of acrylamide
05/11. Mandatory labelling of GMOs Public Opinion strongly in suppo
05/11. Cattle Industry: Veneman: Tests might find more mad cow case
05/11. S. Korea Opposes OIE's Push for Eased Mad Cow Guidelines
05/11. Daschle angered over USDA's refusal on mad-cow testing
05/11. City Giving Awards To Cleanest Restaurants
05/11. County eyeing A-B-C grading
05/11. Food industry, government battle over bioterrorism protectio
05/11. Boyle Health Department releases food-service inspections
05/11. [China] Agricultural fair to pay attention to food safety
05/11. City has fish for to fry, but not to eat
05/11. Local Fish Tested For Freshness
05/11. Food poisoning from fresh produce relatively rare, farm grou
 
05/10. More mad cow mischief
05/10. Do burgers fry your brain?
05/10. McDonald’s distribution plant in industry, Calif., gets food
05/10. [Canada] Regulations Amending the Food and Drug Regulations
05/10. U of A team studies roots of past water disasters
05/10. Making water safer
05/10. British man charged in extortion plot involving tainted food
05/10. Cruise ships face more health inspections
05/10. FDA to look at effects of low furan levels
05/10. Dangerous Distraction
05/10. [EU] Food Safety Group Goes Public
05/10. Incidence of infection with pathogens transmitted through fo
05/10. Beta-Blocker Therapy Beneficial for Peanut Allergy Patients
05/10. Six allergy specialists for all of New Zealand
05/10. [UK] New laws in battle to cut food allergy deaths
05/10. Most household cleaners remove peanut allergens, Hopkins stu
05/10. U.S. Probing Safety of Chemical in Some Heated Foods
 
05/09. Furan: FDA probes potential carcinogen in foods
05/09. Fifteen held in Japan for mad cow fraud
05/09. USDA Busy with BSE
05/09. US Agriculture Secretary blames miscommunication for BSE tes
05/09. [Colorado] CWD found in Springs deer
05/09. New Jersey Deer Test Clean for CWD
05/09. Fish Still a Good Health Bet
05/09. China Detains 47 People for Making and Selling Fake Baby For
05/09. [Japan] 79% concerned about food safety
 
05/08. [UK] Chinese kitchen infested with rodents
05/08. Restaurant inspections now online
05/08. Health inspectors outpaced by restaurants
05/08. [UK] Row over 'filthy meals at ERI'
05/08. Hospital food maker rebuts TV report
05/08. New Issue of Healthy Animals Now Online
 
05/07. Communicable disease surveillance, prevention and control in Slovakia
05/07. Communicable disease surveillance, prevention and control in Lithuania
05/07. Food Research Institute Annual Meeting to be held
05/07. Communicable disease surveillance, prevention and control in Cyprus
05/07. Canada beef exports to Mexico caught in U.S. action
05/07. Beef trade talks next week clouded by new BSE controversy
05/07. An RFID briefing
05/07. Foil protection for food packaging
05/07. Food allergy mechanism comes to light
05/07. FSIS Announces New System for Residue Testing and Dispositio
05/07. AMI Enhances Risk Management Insurance Program for Members
05/07. FSIS Proposes Uniform Compliance Date for Food Labeling Regu
05/07. Schools become 'nut-free zones'
05/07. [Australia] Program all about MATEship
05/07. Health Tip: Food Sensitivities in Infants
05/07. Cow-testing answer may come this week
05/07. Health Probe Clears NJ Racetrack of Mad Cow Fears
05/07. FDA links condemned Texas cow, pre-ban type feed
05/07. Creekstone at center of mad-cow debate
05/07. House of Commons finds three big meat-packers in contempt ov
05/07. SARS virus may spread via sweat, food, sewage, touch: study
05/07. Study: Wasting disease can spread in more ways than thought
05/07. Platinum in industry
05/07. FDA Announces Modernization of Food Good Manufacturing Practices
 
05/06. Codex alimentarius
05/06. Lecture to discuss food allergens and risk assessment
05/06. Statement by Bill Hawks, Under Secretary for Marketing and R
05/06. Can-Trace, Canada's only national whole-chain tracking and t
05/06. Food Research Institute Annual Meeting to be held
05/06. Irradiation of food: helping to ensure food safety
05/06. R-CALF, USDA agree on limiting import of Canadian beef
05/06. FDA freezes delivery of meal from condemned Texas cow
05/06. [Canada] BIRD FLU: Genetics indicate humans not at risk
05/06. Feds reviewing Texas mad cow breach
05/06. EDITORIAL - Taking risks with mad cow
05/06. Criminal investigation begun in [Dec. 2003] mad cow case
05/06. Canada to nearly quadruple BSE tests
05/06. Official's BBQ tale was sauced up just a bit
05/06. Digital Angel's Cattle Tracking Technology For Its Food-Audi
05/06. [S Africa] Show us 'secret' GM data - watchdog group
05/06. [Ireland] FSAI issues five enforcement orders last month
05/06. [AU] WA food producer in joint venture with Malaysia
05/06. FDA will continue safety campaign, says official
05/06. Tips for safe food handling
05/06. Toxic algal bloom closes Hawke's Bay coast
05/06. The costly fraud that is organic food
05/06. High-flying frog stows away in in-flight salad
05/06. Woman Claims Hot Dog Contained Bullet
 
05/05. U.N.: World Must Brace for Diseases
05/05. FMI report: consumer food safety confidence high
05/05. Finding [Meat] Facts Fast
05/05. China clears GM corn
05/05. Consumers shrug off mad cow safety fears
05/05. How U.S. beef is being replaced
05/05. Federal officials OK Texas cow material for swine feed
05/05. Don't read this over a burger
05/05. U.S. monitoring herd of condemned Texas cow-FDA
05/05. Clean hands key to safety
05/05. Heat-and-Eat Nation: America's Love of Leftovers Demands Saf
05/05. How safe is our food? / Poultry industry also a victim of bi
05/05. Romania gets ready for next accession
05/05. Regulations threaten to restrict growth of wild boar enterpr
05/05. San Luis Obispo County, Calif., Health Inspectors Find Many
05/05. Only 3 mad cow tests done at Texas firm
05/05. USDA vet: Texas mad cow breach not unique
05/05. State Misses Lead Poisoning's New, Immigrant Face
05/05. Major victory for food safety as USDA agrees to continue ban
05/05. [UK] Simplified hygiene regulations
05/05. Summer-Autumn 2004 Edition of Food Surveillance ANZ Newslett
05/05. Let beef consumers decide
05/05. USDA's San Angelo vets and techs ordered not to test suspect
05/05. Farm families know their beef is safe to eat
05/05. UW-River Falls 24th Food Microbiology Symposium
05/05. US food law and regulations symposium
05/05. FSIS directives 5000.2, 6420.2 and 10,010.1
05/05. Statement on Texas Cow With Central Nervous System Symptoms
 
05/04. Bush promises to fast-track full beef and cattle trade with
05/04. DEP secretary honors public water suppliers for compliance a
05/04. Beef industry leaders encouraged by significant reduction in
05/04. Roper Poll Shows Consumers Trust Family Farms
05/04. Nova Scotians Cleared Of CJD Risk
05/04. USDA admits cow at risk for BSE slips through testing system
05/04. Italy reports second case of BSE this year
05/04. Oxygen-active packaging
05/04. Children With Autism Have More Digestive, Food Allergies
05/04. Irish blood bank extends mad cow disease precautions
05/04. Listeriosis
05/04. E. coli suits filed against Sizzler restaurants
05/04. [Ohio] Local Plant's Food May Be Contaminated With E. coli
05/04. Test failure raises beef safety questions
05/04. Lead Fears Prompt Supermarket Chain To Pull Mexican Candy
05/04. Arsenic in Chicken Feed Being Studied
 
05/03. Semicarbazide used as a sealant in jar lids not a food safet
05/03. Nitrofurans in imported honey and prawns (Australia only)
05/03. Stored food: ensuring its safety and quality
05/03. Hand hygiene revisited: another look at hand sanitizers and
05/03. Molds on food: are they dangerous?
05/03. Updated warning for women and children about mercury in fish
05/03. Use of two animal antibiotics determined safe, experts say
05/03. US decision on Canada cattle unlikely until summer
05/03. Confusion over mad cow court ruling
 
05/02. Biosecurity and research: Minimizing adverse impacts
05/02. China tourists stock up on infant formula
05/02. WHO to examine how animal diseases infect humans
05/02. Gateway petitions USDA to allow it test all of its cattle fo
05/02. Congressional Members Urge USDA to Resume North American Tra
05/02. Sudbury moms seek allergy support
05/02. Food Allergies
05/02. Peterson bill would tweak ban on downer cattle
05/02. Animal-To-Human Disease Transfer Discussed
05/02. UConn taps interest in tainted beef with mad cow disease course
05/02. UPDATE 2-USDA investigating condemned Texas cow
05/02. USDA: Mad Cow Testing Procedure Violated in Texas
 
05/01. FDA claims mill violated BSE policy
05/01. Superbug dodges lab tests
05/01. Campylobacter Infections
05/01. Researchers link a strain of E. coli to diarrhea in children
05/01. Bugs, sweat and fears (part two)
05/01. Bugs, sweat and fears
05/01. A taste for inspections
05/01. Poor sink habits are out of hand
05/01. Animal ID a good idea even if it's not mandatory
05/01. Japan won't back down on BSE testing
05/01. Food safety symposium to discuss prions, toxins
05/01. Chinese mussels being passed off as NZ produce
 

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