General Food Safety Daily News


2005 NEWS
Jan. Feb. March April May June
2004 NEWS
Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.
2003 NEWS
Jan. Feb. March, April, May, June, July, Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov. Dec.
2002 NEWS

Jan. Feb. March, April, May, June, July, Aug., Sept., Oct., Nov., Dec.

2001 NEWS
Jan., Feb. March, April, May June July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec.

2000 NEWS
Dec. Nov. Oct. Sep. Aug. July  June  May April March


To Receive Free Food Safety Newsletters by E-Mail, Click Here



*To find specific topics, press Ctr+F *
06/30. U.S. beef industry plays risky game
06/30. CCA statement on USDA announcement of herd of origin
06/30. Case of mad cow in Texas is first to originate in U.S.
06/30. BSE, bovine - USA
06/30. Chris Harris: lessons to be learned from case of BSE in the USA
06/30. New inspection guidance for establishments dually-regulated by FDA and FSIS
06/30. Denview owner insists he doesn't need licence
06/30. Short-lived ban lifted on egg sales
06/30. Mad cow
06/30. FAO/WHO Regional Conference on Food Safety for Africa
06/30. Outcome of the 65th Joint FAO/WHO Expert Meeting on Food Additives
06/30. New department of Food Safety in WHO
06/30. Early registration deadline nears for IAFP 2005
06/30. What is a primary production and processing standard?
06/30. Seafood industry to operate within national foodsafety regulations
06/30. Improve your inspection skills with United and USDA
06/30. U.S. years away from mad cow trace-back system
06/30. IFT issues comprehensive review of BSE
06/29. DeLauro calls for USDA, FDA to coordinate attack on BSE
06/29. Review of U.S. E. coli O157:H7 Outbreaks Reveals Apparent Decline
06/29. Twelve Year Old BSE-Positive Cow Traced to Texas Herd
06/29. Parent 2 Parent: Children With Food Allergies
06/29. Hospital's Reaction to Food Allergies
06/29. Food allergy scientists to improve food formulations
06/29. Undeclared ingredients the major cause of recalls
06/29. Japan's PM Comments on 2nd Mad Cow Case
06/29. Control test confirms 20th BSE case in Czech Republic
06/29. World’s Preeminent BSE Scientist Prepares Declaration
06/29. Indonesia bans U.S. beef from Thursday
06/29. Italian Cheese Producer Expands Use of Warnex's Food Safety Technology
06/29. Harkin Introduces Bill Strengthening Meat and Poultry Safety Rules
06/29. Brain Wasting Diseases: Public Health, Regulatory and Economic Issues
06/29. Global risk assessor tackles acrylamide
06/29. Mad cow traced to Texas animal at pet food plant
06/29. Shelf life of de-salted cod products limited
06/29. EU rapid alert detects amnesic shellfish poisoning in Scallops
06/29. [UK] Grants reward local hygiene and nutrition schemes
06/28. FDA/USDA Safety Measures Kept BSE-Positive Cow Out of Food Supply
06/28. Tough choices in post-BSE world
06/28. Australia beef backs U.S. in new mad cow case
06/28. North America’s window of opportunity
06/28. Food safety for high risk populations
06/28. Health units get failing grade for food inspection
06/28. Canadian food companies escape food poisoning litigation
06/28. CSPI reaction to new mad cow confirmation
06/28. Shakes still on teen's menu
06/28. Alert In Latest Mad-Cow Case Was Delayed By A Misdiagnosis
06/28. Japan: U.S. Mad Cow Case Won't Affect Ban
06/27. Texas Ranchers Fear Backlash Over Mad Cow
06/27. U.S. Refused To Do Extra Mad - Cow Test
06/27. For Months, Agriculture Department Delayed Announcing Result Of Mad Cow Test
06/27. USDA Seeks Source Of Mad Cow Case
06/27. Beef is perfectly safe: positive test result should not cause concern
06/27. Canadian Cattlemen’s Association statement on positive BSE test result in U.S.
06/27. Statement by the Honourable Andy Mitchell, minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food
06/26. New law aims to protect food, water
06/26. AUSTRALIA: New seafood safety standard announced
06/26. USDA's BSE test protocols spur worldwide rumblings
06/26. USDA still tracing positive BSE case
06/26. Editorial: Complaints over US beef half-baked
06/26. “Complaints over US beef half-baked” Says Taipei Times Editorial
06/26. Beef ban runs out of shelf life
06/26. Denver Post Editorial: “Beef Ban Runs Out of Shelf Life”
06/26. Safeguards to Protect Food Supply from BSE are Highly Effective, Says FPA
06/26. Animals Test Positive For Campylobacter
06/26. Study: Fecal Matter, Bacteria Found In Sample Makeup
06/26. Experts: Mad cow 'minor' health concern
06/26. Health Tip: Don't Let the Norovirus Get You
06/26. Canada says no change needed in its mad cow tests
06/25. Japan food safety experts worried over new U.S. mad cow case
06/25. Listeria and aflatoxins dominate food safety alerts in EU last week
06/25. Food safety topic of conference
06/25. Food industry gears up for new ISO safety standard
06/25. No way out for housewife in curry murders
06/25. Sushi left on display for too long is poisoning diners
06/25. Food cover that kills germs set to take inventors global
06/24. Second Case of BSE Found In U.S. Beef Supply Safe, AMI Says
06/24. USDA Announces BSE Test Results And New BSE Confirmatory Testing Protocol
06/24. Johanns announces positive BSE test results
06/24. Canada exceeds BSE testing target for 2005
06/24. Rapid alert system for food and feed (RASFF)
06/24. Home-canning or bottling seafood in Atlantic Canada ... Is it safe?
06/24. Health authority orders hospital food review
06/24. More plaintiffs seek punitive damages in lawsuit against airline caterer
06/24. Annual Meat Industry Research Conference To Highlight Allergens, Food Defense
06/24. Baby milk powder in China, new recalls?
06/24. New food allergy research consortium focuses on peanut allergy
06/24. Authorities publish fresh food product data on acrylamide
06/24. Tests indicate 20th case of BSE in Czech Republic
06/24. South Korea denies it is reopening its border to U.S. beef
06/24. Poultry's new pecking order: 'Air-chilled' birds
06/24. Scallops caught up in safety alert
06/24. Poll: Food safety Confidence will Improve with Mandatory National Animal ID
06/24. 'Name and shame' grubby cooks
06/23. US Poised To Rule On Cloned Livestock
06/23. Cooking hamburgers on a Weber outdoor grill
06/23. Food safety tips for a safe and healthy 4th of July
06/23. BC-US-Cloned
06/23. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) in Austria
06/23. Two readers comment on last week’s Perspective opinion on the BSE retesting
06/23. The virtues of dirt
06/23. Japan offers timeline on US beef imports during talks with Rice
06/23. Food Safety Commissioners attack Japanese government over beef ban
06/23. Food allergies: Can they develop later in life?
06/23. China issues 176 safety certificates for genetically modified organisms
06/23. [Austria] 7 cows slaughtered at farm test negative for mad cow disease
06/23. New guidelines set for park following crypto outbreak
06/23. [Greece] EFET is on lookout for risky spices
06/23. Beijing orders Nestle to recall questionable milk powder
06/23. Avoiding Salmonella
06/23. Produce from flooded gardens may not be safe to eat
06/23. Supervisors split on restaurant grades
06/23. Nutrition Q&A: When power to the fridge goes out, be careful
06/23. GMO foods can bring benefits, vigilance needed-WHO
06/23. [UAE] Sharjah to ban frozen juices
06/23. Old South sued for food poisoning
06/23. CFSAN: Food Safety Tips for a Safe and Healthy 4th of July
06/22. BSE Retest Result Won't Affect Japan Beef Trade-USDA Penn
06/22. Perchlorate: A system to track sampling and cleanup results is needed
06/22. Classic kiwi sausage sizzle under threat
06/22. China denies misusing drug on poultry
06/22. Austrian mad cow case appears isolated -ministry
06/22. Ozone Safe Food Showcase Ozone Technology in Sydney, Australia
06/22. EUROPE: European Food Safety Authority officially inaugurated
06/22. [Australia] Agreement improves beef safety
06/22. Mollusk fishing ban in effect in N.S.
06/22. Sinovac Biotech announces sales of its combined hepatitis A&B vaccine
06/22. Restaurant to stop putting gold in food
06/22. Calculated, risk is worth benefit of eating fish
06/22. NC public health officials give tips on Salmonella prevention
06/22. The Food-Safe Schools Action Guide Kit
06/21. Senate to consider new Food Safety Under Secretary
06/21. European food safety body to be inaugurated in Parma, Italy
06/21. Putting a price tag on food poisoning fallout
06/21. [Australia] MILK PROBE
06/21. Sudan 1 risk still present in EU food chain
06/21. Foodborne tuberculosis
06/21. China under scrutiny after report about drug misused on poultry
06/21. Questions and Answers Available from FSIS for In-Plant Water and Ice Reuse
06/21. Cracking nut allergies
06/21. Food Allergy and Intolerances
06/21. Austria finds second case of mad cow disease
06/21. Extension to offer food manager certification training
06/21. Neogen's Madden Named USDA Advisor
06/21. EU food scientists to receive Brussels funding, new calls
06/21. [Ghana] National Food Safety Week launched
06/21. Health Supplement draft to be part of Food Safety and Standards Bill, 2005
06/21. "Is It Done Yet?" Only Your Food Thermometer Knows for Sure
06/20. World Meat Congress - Australia 2006
06/20. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) – Introduction
06/20. China shuts kitchen of ice-cream maker Haagen-Dazs citing sanitation rules
06/20. New food allergens fact sheets
06/20. Gaps remain in U.S. defense Vs. mad cow
06/20. Caterer countersuing RBG for $3 million
06/20. Case of hepatitis A prompts restaurant to immunize workers
06/20. Sub shop fined for unsafe food
06/20. Ontario lags in food safety checks; Health units can't keep up
06/20. USDA should be applauded, not vilified for protecting food supply
06/20. NCBA, others blast USDA over scattershot BSE policy
06/20. Animal being tested might have new form of BSE
06/20. Canadian health officials to examine new 'live' BSE test
06/20. American cattle being exposed to Mad Cow disease
06/20. 'Shocking' hygiene standards in food industry
06/20. Food Pathogen Test Sales to New Customers Contribute to Increase
06/17. Food safety: From the farm to the fork - Training strategy - Programme
06/17. 90% raw milk reported to be gravely contaminated in China
06/17. Suspect U.S. animal may have rare mad cow strain
06/17. Scientists' report outlines European priorities in tackling infectious diseases
06/17. 'Unusual pattern' prompted OIG to order new test on November cow
06/17. THE VOCAL POINT: Fallout from BSE 'positive' positively dripping with irony
06/17. EFSA: bacteria and moulds face new system for safety assessment
06/17. 'Interlocking Safeguards Worked', Animal Did Not Enter Food or Feed Chain, USDA Says
06/17. Public Health Advocates Cite Lack of Risk Notice on Potato Chip Bags
06/17. Mad Cow Sample Is Hand-Carried to England
06/17. USDA Unveils Plan For Final Tests In Mad Cow Case
06/17. Quarter of water samples show uranium
06/17. Seafood company hit by recall reopens Miami plant
06/17. Scientist warns of salmonella risk from imported eggs
06/17. Toxic Substances In The Oxidation Of Fats And Oils
06/17. IRELAND: Teagasc launches national food residue database
06/17. Philippine Food Exporters Told to Improve Standards
06/17. Meat Safety Still a Hot-Button Issue
06/16. FACT condemns inaction after USDA confirms first US born case of BSE
06/16. What if the mad cow is American?
06/16. USDA Vague On Reasons For New Mad Cow Tests
06/16. 7th Annual Foodborne Pathogen Analysis Conference
06/16. UK: Police arrest man over biscuit factory ‘threat’
06/16. AMI Foundation Issues Request for Research Proposals on Pathogen Control
06/16. Danger can lurk in a lunch bag
06/16. Johanns/USDA bring cattle industry together to discuss BSE
06/16. FDA Approves Treatment for with Diarrhea Caused by Cryptosporidium Infection
06/16. EU alert system finds Vibrio cholerae in black tiger shrimps
06/16. Shanghai tackles food safety concerns
06/16. Pupils to scrub up for classes on food safety
06/16. Health Unit cracks down on barbecues
06/16. Pre-cooked food-Shanghai's new hot zone
06/15. IFF sees tainted paprika hurting sales
06/15. Trusting our food
06/15. Canadian Cattlemen’s Association continues to seek status in R-CALF vs USDA suit
06/15. FDA looks at sprouts for food-borne illness
06/15. PERSPECTIVE: Why did USDA retest a previously declared BSE sample?
06/15. Japan, U.S. farm chiefs discuss beef trade row by phone
06/15. UC Researchers Explore Spread of Mad Cow
06/15. [Bangladesh]: 18 DCC inspectors left to monitor 5,000 food outlets
06/15. Meat products under scrutiny
06/15. Ulster alert on bacteria
06/15. Infant Botulism
06/15. Food Distributor Fined For Rodent-Infested Warehouse
06/15. Safer food tops council menu
06/14. Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease--Nationwide Education and Communication
06/14. Colo. Governor assails U.S. mad cow policy
06/14. Multiple approaches towards replacement of dietary antibiotics
06/14. Food security workshops update: Now webcasts
06/14. Tagging pathogens with synthetic DNA 'barcodes'
06/14. The claim: Bottled water is cleaner than tap water
06/14. Note to Walkerton victims
06/14. Island grocers want to know why Ottawa took 10 days to confirm contamination
06/14. Seminar: Food safety in the U.S. ? does litigation help?
06/14. USDA announces further analysis of BSE test results; sample to go to Weybridge
06/14. Quickly matching the drug with the bug saves lives
06/14. Mixed reaction among trade partners to BSE announcement
06/14. USDA: BSE confirmation could take up to two weeks
06/14. Nineteenth BSE case in Czech Republic confirmed
06/14. Canada says its mad cow test results were clear
06/14. Taiwan under mounting pressure to totally ban US beef imports
06/14. Province set to test for mad cow
06/14. Plant-derived vaccines offer new strategy for the prevention of diarrheal diseases
06/14. [Greece] Did dodgy bacon kill elderly?
06/14. 'Shocking' hygiene of food staff
06/14. [Greece] EFET bites back over bad meat
06/14. Possible Mad Cow Case Won't Affect US-Japan Talks
06/14. Lead found in candy and spices
06/14. Spurious food colouring leads to serious illnesses
06/13. EU food agency says illegal GMO maize probably safe
06/13. 'November cow' tests positive for BSE using Western blot
06/13. AMI Op-ed: Canadian Cattle Ban Risk for U.S.
06/13. BSE Sample Previously Deemed Negative Prompts Questions About Earlier Result
06/13. Kemin Industries and UN World Food Program Form Alliance for Food Quality and Safety
06/13. Safety first for food exporters
06/13. [UK] Food poisoning rates "dramatically" decline
06/13. Statement By Dr. John Clifford Regarding Further Analysis Of BSE
06/12. USDA Says Suspect Mad-Cow Animal Was Born Before 1997 Feed Ban
06/12. More Tests Planned In Suspected Case Of Mad Cow Disease
06/12. Taiwan To Ban U.S. Beef If Mad Cow Test Confirmed
06/12. U.S. ranchers urge stricter tests for mad cow By Sophie Walker
06/12. Kansas agency releases latest list of food violations
06/12. Scombroid poisoning, frozen fish - Israel: recall
06/11. Sides debate beef safety
06/11. U.S. checking possible new case of mad cow
06/11. USDA reconfirms intention to re-open border to Canadian cattle
06/11. Regulatory committees - SCFCAH - General Food Law
06/11. Three food businesses closed in May
06/11. Doner kebabs safer than ever following State Government campaign
06/11. Reduce risks of using manure as a garden fertilizer
06/10. BSE, The Dispute Continues
06/10. Call for posters
06/10. Why the fuss about sudan I?
06/10. Fighting mold - Practical tips for freeing your home from mold
06/10. FMI's Safe Quality Food program
06/10. [Japan] Panel: Expecting moms should limit fish intake
06/10. Rosemary reduces HCAs
06/10. Packer asks Canadian government to let Japanese firms screen cattle
06/10. Bad Florida basil triggers FDA traceback operation
06/10. Sudan 1 turns up in EU recall tracking system
06/10. Experts Speak Out at the BSE Roundtable: Our Industry Is In Crisis
06/10. Lower house lawmakers to check U.S. anti-BSE steps
06/10. City Inspectors Close Another Risky Restaurant
06/10. Dash Of Rosemary Might Boost Burger Safety
06/10. Thailand continues food safety awareness campaign
06/10. Brits make a meal of 'table rage'
06/10. Brits Make A Meal Of Complaining
06/10. [Singapore] Coffeeshop hygiene being improved even as food poisoning cases drop
06/09. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) – Introduction
06/09. AMI says beef is safe, full cattle and beef trade with Canada should be restored
06/09. Unweaving amyloid fibers to solve prion puzzles
06/09. Penn State constructs new food science building
06/09. Food store fined $15K; Guilty of selling uninspected meat
06/09. Quality Systems Manager - Knoxville, TN
06/09. USDA web-casts BSE roundtable
06/09. Appeals court accepts amicus curae briefs in BSE suit
06/09. Lower cooking temperatures combat acrylamide, more evidence
06/09. Deadly Infectious Entity of Prions Discovered
06/09. The Listeria That Won’t Die: How Much Damage They Can Do
06/09. [Estonia] Tallegg struggles to control salmonella
06/09. The Salmonella That Won’t Die: Why They Live
06/09. Smuggled cheeses pose risk, FDA says
06/09. China vows to ensure food and drug safety for people
06/09. Amendment Passes to Ban Cipro-like Antibiotic-Treated Chicken from Schools
06/09. Gardens launches lawsuit
06/08. Canadian cattle producer groups granted status in appeal of continued border closure
06/08. Agency delays publishing scientific paper
06/08. Farmed salmon pose no danger
06/08. Wendy's CEO suspected from start story was a hoax
06/08. Supporters rally for restaurateurs
06/08. 'Food safety can only be achieved if we all work well together': MOH
06/08. Canadian feed lawsuits to cost feedmaker millions in legal fees
06/08. EU may ease SRM restrictions
06/08. When food bites back
06/08. Workshop On GMP Launched
06/07. BSE update 2005 (02)
06/07. Consumer groups support R-CALF
06/07. Court date set: July 13
06/07. Update on BSE Lawsuits against Ridley Inc. and Canadian Federal Government
06/07. Codex seeks comments on sanitary and phytosanitary international standard-setting activities
06/07. Editorial - Surveillance of food hazards in Australia
06/07. Hand washing – we don’t always do the right thing
06/07. HACCP reassessment of mechanically tenderized beef
06/07. FSIS issues establishment notification prior to sampling RTE
06/07. The 2005/06 competition for food safety funding announced
06/07. Nestle apologises over baby milk in China
06/07. FSIS Extends Effective Date for BSE Surveillance Notices
06/07. Mom writes book to help her son, others cope with peanut allergy
06/07. Bt trait can reduce mycotoxin levels in corn
06/07., Inc. Increases Sales & Marketing Efforts in Mexico
06/07. Worries over dirty water
06/07. Missing: The health inspector
06/07. Control Aflatoxins, WHO urges
06/07. Food safety officials look at possibility of terrorists targeting school lunches
06/07. Models Predict Poultry Pathogen Behavior
06/06. Key Industry Regulators to Meet for Feed Code Discussions
06/06. Registration Opens for Worldwide Food Expo ’05
06/06. 2005 AMI Expo Saturday Education Highlights food safety, plant maintenance
06/06. AMI's Expo : New Manufacturing Solutions
06/06. Conference eyes global food trade, safety, security
06/06. IAFP announces 2005 award recipients
06/06. Food Safety Bytes
06/06. Environmental group calls for destruction of reportedly tainted farmed salmon
06/06. Farmed B.C. salmon higher in PCBs than wild salmon, tests reveal
06/05. Extra care urged preparing food for tiny tots and elderly
06/05. Chemical taints B.C. farm's fish: Not deemed an acute health risk
06/05. Call for posters: Agriculture’s Role in Managing Antimicrobial Resistance
06/05. EU scientists conclude food additive used for binding meat is safe
06/05. Court of Appeals to Hear Canadian Trade Case July 13 In Seattle
06/05. Lebanon permits importation of U.S. beef products
06/05. Who is afraid of GMOs?
06/04. EU deadlocked over latest GMO maize approval
06/04. Japan discovers 20th case of mad cow disease
06/04. [Australia] Alert for young and old in salmonella surge
06/04. Conference Eyes Global Food Trade, Safety, Security
06/04. Napoleon was poisoned: toxicological study
06/04. [Bahrain] Disease warning
06/03. EU Food Safety Agency proposes increase in cattle age for removal of SRM
06/03. Variant prion protein causes infection but no symptoms
06/03. Soap and water is a winner for California 8th graders
06/03. South Korea to reopen market to U.S. and Canadian beef, unnamed official says
06/03. Coalition of beef, consumer groups asks court to reject USDA appeal
06/03. Japan confirms 19th BSE case
06/03. Sure cure for biotech bashing is right on the package
06/03. China pulls milk formula from supermarkets shelves
06/03. Food Security and Safety Are Program Priorities for CFSAN
06/03. Irradiated herbal supplements still reaching Ireland
06/03. Exposure to Carcinogenic Crop Toxin Lowered by Simple Intervention
06/03. 19th case of mad cow disease confirmed in Japan
06/03. BSE: Regulator proposes raising cattle age limit for parts removal
06/03. Food place inspections
06/03. FPA Questions Proposed Use of Food Crops to Produce Pharmaceuticals
06/03. Gram-Negative Bacteria Shoot Their Way Into Cells
06/02. Manufacturing Solutions program spotlights plant operations
06/02. Over-fortified corn soy blend
06/02. Public meeting to discuss U.S. positions for the 28th Codex session in Rome
06/02. R-CALF responds to USDA appeal
06/02. USMEF meeting focuses on Japan
06/02. EFSA provides a new scientific assessment on the age limit
06/02. Edmonton school may ban sale of milk
06/02. LM petition to FSIS
06/02. Mechanically tenderized beef notice
06/02. EU Trade Commissioner: export/import health rules must not become trade barriers
06/02. British research grants will help put better food on consumers’ plates
06/02. When and whose science should be used to dictate trade issues?
06/02. A step forward in food safety for Ontario agriculture
06/02. Food for naught
06/02. Bad governing led to bad water, RFK Jr. tells Walkerton crowd
06/02. USDA to host BSE roundtable
06/02. Consumer Federation, Public Citizen weigh in on Canadian border closing
06/02. Portman tries again to reopen Japan, S. Korea markets
06/02. Have A Plan If Your Child Has A Food Allergy
06/02. Dairy-loving ancestors bring lactose tolerance to Europe
06/02. Californian food sector demands acrylamide labeling exemption
06/02. NIH Finds Clue to What Makes Prions Kill
06/02. Korea mad cow experts to visit U.S., progress hoped
06/02. Testing of human mad cow suspect delayed
06/02. U.S. Wants Japan to Resume Beef Imports
06/02. With product dating, food's days are numbered
06/02. Study: Lactose intolerance seems linked to ancestral struggles
06/02. Increase in consumption of fresh produce leads to a rise in food-borne illnesses
06/01. U.S. Allowed Canada Beef Imports Despite 'Mad-Cow' Concerns
06/01. International meeting of consumer NGOs
06/01. Food Safety and Quality Update
06/01. Telling it like it is: Food Law
06/01. DuPont Chairman and CEO: IAFP Black Pearl Award
06/01. IAFP names DuPont as recipient of the prestigious Black Pearl Award
06/01. Total diet studies: A recipe for safer food
06/01. WHO World Health Assembly (WHA) 2005: Int'l Health Regs (IHR)
06/01. NO REST
06/01. WHO tool assesses risk of unsafe chemicals in food
06/01. Don’t trust Tedco, says Canadian government
06/01. HHS Asks PNAS to Pull Bioterrorism Paper
06/01. New IKE Scenario Available Regarding Prior Notification to RTE Product Sampling
06/01. Contaminated coleus forskohlii products cause adverse reactions in Italy
06/01. Italy calls for independent EU research on GMOs
06/01. Japan discovers 19th suspected mad cow case
06/01. Dozens still violating drinking water laws
06/01. Guangzhou strives to guarantee food safety
06/01. The Case of the Suspicious Hamsters

This site is designed for fast and simple food safety communications.

Just click on news articles of interest. All news are updated manually and

linked to the exact news source (Screened from about 20-30 news sources). Food Safety Daily News is copyrighted for 2000-2005.
All news and information are property of their respective owners.
News sources are independent and no responsibility can be assumed for their content.