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10/31. New WHO 5 keys strategy for safer food
10/31. MISSING MACHINE
10/31. BSE GOAL EXCEEDED
10/31. Ireland discovers another BSE case
10/31. UK experts test for BSE in goats
 
10/30. Food recall process is called ineffective
10/30. Cider warnings are out, and some farmers aren't happy
10/30. [UK] Consumers warned of poisons in our foods
10/30. Hepatitis flare raised focus on food safety
 
10/29. Halloween candy liability waiver offered
10/29. Commission submits French Research Findings on TSE in a goat
10/29. BSE testing shouldn't be voluntary
10/29. Federal food agency seeks speedier detection of plague, anth
10/29. Inspection reports FVO - Food of non-animal origin Inspectio
10/29. Food Safety and Quality Update - No. 22
10/29. eatwell goes live
10/29. Lab assessed risk of getting disease after eating meat from
10/29. IAFP 2005 call for abstracts
10/29. EU tests BSE risk in goats, says no risk to health
10/29. BC-DPJ-Beef
10/29. Ontario food protection association 2004, 46th annual meetin
10/29. USDA to provide additional funding for animal ID program
10/29. Germany wrestles with massive beef import fraud
10/29. New food allergy test
10/29. The Paprika Saga Continues...
10/29. CFIA Targets 30,000 Mad-Cow Tests in 2005
10/29. Japan, U.S. beef trade talks not rushed by election: U.S. so
10/29. Research suggests first case of BSE in a goat
10/29. [Ireland] New BSE case detected
10/29. Canada Says BSE Test Target Exceeded
10/29. Taiwan, Japan trade bodes well for Kansas beef
10/29. [Jamaica] Gov't now ready to lift beef import ban
10/29. China executes woman for fatally poisoning 10 at husband's f
10/29. FDA Warns Consumers About Risks Associated With Unpasteurized Juice
 
10/28. Quotable Quotes
10/28. Food Irradiation Education Activities
10/28. American National CattleWomen Food Irradiation Education Ini
10/28. Message from Mary Ellen Burris, Wegman's Vice President for
10/28. Quotable Quotes
10/28. U of A scientists create M centre to tackle BSE: Cross-facul
10/28. IUFoST/FAO seek contributions to food quality research datab
10/28. Saline County, Kan., food-handlers must take safety courses
10/28. S. Korea turns down U.S. beef, welcomes Mexican beef
10/28. Japanese backlash against beef trade agreement arises, delay
10/28. More palm oil pulled from UK shelves
10/28. Creekstone eager to get started again
10/28. In Japan, where's the (U.S.) beef?
10/28. Virulent Parasite Yields Genetic Secrets
10/28. Record Number of Pool-Related Diseases in U.S.
10/28. Healthy cattle, safe meat link sought
10/28. Hepatitis A shots for restaurant staff?
10/28. Halloween Food Safety
10/28. Schools trained in food safety
 
10/27. Bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE): and variant Creutzfe
10/27. BC-US-Japan-Beef
10/27. Advanced ID's disease outbreak simulation proves successful
10/27. Japan warns of delays for U.S. beef
10/27. U.S. Should Stop Exposing Poor to Mercury in White Tuna, Say
10/27. [Barbados] Insist on food safety standards
10/27. Taiwan beef deal still unclear
10/27. Canadians eye Japan trade, U.S. border reopening
10/27. AMS BEV Program Presentation In Kansas City for Exportation
10/27. Taiwan Opens Doors to U.S. Beef Imports
10/27. Goulash a health risk as Hungary bans paprika
10/27. More than 60 percent of Japanese don't want to eat U.S. beef
10/27. NAFTA has the answer to BSE crisis, says expert
10/27. Bottled water urged in Seattle schools
10/27. RECALL INVESTIGATION
10/27. PERSPECTIVE
10/27. Arrest warrant issued for man accused of dishing bad beans
10/27. [New Zealand] Fonterra's salmonella case pending
10/27. Milk Purists Get a Raw Deal from Local Farmer
10/27. Taiwan joins nations ending U.S. beef ban
10/27. About allergies: Kids with food allergies can have a fun Hal
10/27. EU Commission okays import of food products containing genet
10/27. [Trinidad] Eat Out At Your Own Risk
10/27. New Issue of Healthy Animals Now Online 
 
10/26. BSE update
10/26. CattleLog process verified program recognized as an approved
10/26. Lawmakers propose single food agency
10/26. International HACCP Alliance ten years later
10/26. Cambrex licenses contaminant detection technology from the J
10/26. BUSH SIGNS HOMELAND SECURITY APPROPRIATIONS ACT OF 2005
10/26. EVALUATING FOOD SAFETY NEEDS USING A “WORKER-EXPERIENCE PROT
10/26. RISK PROFILE FOR STRAWBERRIES
10/26. FDA, IFT TO DEVELOP FOOD SECURITY TRAINING
10/26. Draft - Code of practice for the food importing industry in
10/26. Draft: Containment standards for laboratories, animal facili
10/26. Cleaning up the meat cheats
10/26. Inspectors crack down on butchers
10/26. Food Safety Act 1990 Code of Practice for local authorities
10/26. Research confirms that vCJD prions can be removed from blood
10/26. CSPI warns consumers about Frito-Lay Light chips with olestra
10/26. A first for Maison des Futailles - Saint-Hyacinthe winemakin
10/26. [Hong Kong] Chow to get tough on food safety, hygiene rules
10/26. INDUSTRY RESPONSE CONTINUES
10/26. Research shows vCJD prions can be removed from blood
10/26. Bank chief calls for more work to end BSE crisis
10/26. U.S. beef industry 'cautiously optimistic' about reopened Ja
10/26. Beef Exports to Japan to Resume In A Matter of Weeks
10/26. Gluten allergy may cause infertility - study
10/26. Passage of Marin County GMO ban would encourage widespread u
10/26. FDA aims to keep mad cow disease out of cosmetics, sausage c
10/26. Bush v Kerry: Food production and safety policies examined
10/26. CWD case another blow to elk producers
10/26. Health Tip: Travelers, Be Wary of Cholera
10/26. Safefood scoops safety award
10/26. Durham Caterer Accused Of Food Poisoning Fails To Appear In
 
10/25. Statement by Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman regarding
10/25. Blood not the cause of suspect vCJD case
10/25. The contagion of fear
10/25. Japan-US-beef
10/25. EU probes meat import scandal involving Indian buffalo: repo
10/25. Sushi chefs got a raw deal; concerns over risks remain unpro
10/25. American Meat Institute praises interim breakthrough on U.S.
10/25. Breaking news: beef is back
10/25. Beef packer drops suit
10/25. Five years of progress
10/25. BEEF EXPORT ANSWERS
 
10/24. U.S. and Japan reach interim agreement to resume beef trade
10/24. BSE-infected bone meal was accidentally shipped, but recover
10/24. Qmach revolutionises food quality and safety systems
10/24. U.S. and Japan Announce Agreement to Resume Beef Trade
10/24. Mad cow disease a fodder for capsule industry
10/24. Canada hopeful after beef deal
10/24. Japan to ease U.S. beef ban
 
10/23 Japan finds another cow suspected of mad cow disease
10/23 Japan, US officials agree to conditions for beef trade to re
10/23 New cases of chronic wasting disease found in southeast Wyom
10/23 Florida Publix Stores Now Offer Pasteurized Eggs
10/23 Produce supplier closes after salmonella outbreak, though pl
10/23 No one expects chicken to be quite this crunchy
10/23 Bush, Kerry on issue of food safety
10/23 Pilgrims entering Saudi Arabia by air forbidden to bring foo
 
10/22. GAO questions food-recall procedures
10/22. FSANZ seeks comment on proposed changes to the food standard
10/22. Japan, U.S. discuss beef imports ban
10/22. County pushes for BSE testing; Council adopts motion to lobb
10/22. Law firm slams big-city lawyers jumping on hepatitis scare
10/22. Mr. 'Fastfood Nation' fires back; says USDA on the take
10/22. Studies clash over level of PCBs in farmed salmon: An indust
10/22. What she ate almost killed her
10/22. France-Mad Cow
10/22. Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in the United Kingdom: upd
10/22. Health panel finds all-natural carcinogens galore in holiday
10/22. Surveillance for waterborne-disease outbreaks associated wit
10/22. Surveillance for waterborne-disease outbreaks associated wit
10/22. New studies show PCB levels in farmed salmon comparable to w
 
10/21. C-section babies more allergy prone
10/21. Japan, US start mad cow talks amid signs of resolution
10/21. Officials mum about investigation
10/21. Ton of spoiled food seized by agricultural law officers
10/21. U.S. Food Recall System is 'Highly Effective,' Says NFPA in
10/21. Food Safety And Pest Prevention Go Hand-In-Hand
10/21. KSU Researchers Seek to Improve Food Safety Practices of Res
10/21. [UK] No prosecution over E.coli alert
10/21. Alexander, so-called "Sausage King," found guilty of first-d
10/21. Biological Safety - BSE/TSE
10/21. In defence of Atlantic farmed salmon
10/21. Turkey's 'mad honey' not for the weak-hearted
10/21. Hijiki seaweed high in arsenic
 
10/20. Japanese, U.S. officials will meet again to discuss beef ban
10/20. 'Doctors could play an important role in food irradiation'
10/20. The cattle industry in North America is already integrated,
10/20. UK] Organic chicken 'health warning'
10/20. Food safety: USDA and FDA need to better ensure prompt and c
10/20. Hepatitis scare passes: Interior Health says blood tests are
10/20. Practical anti-terrorism training for food, agriculture and
10/20. Partnership for food safety education kicks-off safe produce
10/20. Buildup on beer tap costs York County, Pa., eatery points on
10/20. Restaurant inspections lead to closures in Stanislaus County
10/20. Nightclub fined for dirty food handling
10/20. Statement by Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman
10/20. Worker who killed inspectors faces death
 
10/19. Livestock farmers take action on BSE crisis, spearhead openi
10/19. Canadian Cattlemen’s Association continues lobbying internat
10/19. Panama partially lifts U.S. beef ban
10/19. Herd on the Hill
10/19. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) Week 42
10/19. Independent review invites comments on FSA
10/19. Livestock vaccine research aims to boost food safety
10/19. U.S., Japan Enter Fourth Round of Discussions Aimed at Break
10/19. Antibiotic Use in Food Animals Has Declined
10/19. U.S. lifts ban on some French poultry and pork imports
10/19. U.S. prods China to resume stalled beef, poultry trade
10/19. Scientists fear threat of second wave of 'mad cow' prion inf
10/19. The Fourth Japan-U.S. Consultation on the BSE Issue
10/19. Keeping Mad Cow Out of Cosmetics
10/19. Japan, U.S. to Talk on Ban on Beef Imports
10/19. [Japan] Gov't to beef up quality control of tap water
10/19. Experts provide tips on best practices to avoid illness-caus
10/19. Diverted tomatoes pose risk
10/19. FDA intensifies effort to reduce food borne illness in fresh
10/19. Foodtech And The Society Of Food Hygiene Technology
10/19. Shell launches extreme heat transfer fluid
10/19. FDA steps up food safety efforts
10/19. Candy containing lead still on local store shelves
 
10/18. Partnership for Food Safety Education Kicks-off Safe Produce
10/18. EU to spend 98 mln euros on mad cow disease tests
10/18. 35,000 Euro animal disease testing allocation for Malta from
10/18. Point lost in review of BSE tests
10/18. BSE policy hijacked by meat industry
10/18. U.K. Health Office Says Prevalence of Mad Cow May Have Peake
10/18. EU May Consider Lifting U.K. Beef Ban in 2005, Commission Sa
10/18. EU fights animal diseases
10/18. US guideline aims to keep BSE agent out of animal feed
10/18. Point lost in review of BSE tests
10/18. Florida deer remain free of malady
10/18. Venison 101
10/18. Fish slime may have medical uses
10/18. Two dozen families drop E. coli suit against fair board
10/18. New and Re-Emerging Infectious Diseases - Conference Summary
10/18. EU budget firms up for BSE
10/18. Japanese report favorable to U.S. beef, but ban likely won't
10/18. Testimony tells USDA's side in 'retaliation' suit
10/18. Curry cover-up unraveled
10/18. Improving food safety with processing automation
10/18. EU lifts ban on some China animal-product imports, others re
10/18. Plea deal in water tragedy; Koebel brothers to plead guilty
10/18. Call for abstracts
10/18. Hand washing or hand hygiene - is there a difference?
10/18. Picky pathogen police on the scene
10/18. [New Zealand] Safe hangi guide’s value underlined by illnesses
10/18. Health Canada's never-ending fight against E. coli goes high
10/18. US ends ban on French foie gras, cold meats
 
10/17. We eat and drink our environment
10/17. Bottled water in the carry-on
10/17. Ontario bites off more sushi than it can chew; Health offici
10/17. Industrial research chairs in food safety filled
10/17. Government of Canada funds two new research chairs at VIDO
10/17. AAFC: Canada continues efforts to expand beef exports to Asi
10/17. BC-Lead
10/17. EU to spend 98 mln euros on mad cow disease tests
 
10/16. French firm conspired with Nigerian customs to smuggle beef,
10/16. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) Week 41
10/16. 'Fast food' foe's Vanity Fair riff recycles tired, old beef
10/16. Scrub-up for cheese-maker
10/16. Japan may relax mad cow testing standards
10/16. Canada's cattle woes
10/16. American Indians worry about mercury
10/16. The risks of eating and drinking: Consumer perceptions and '
10/16. Food retailers world-wide committed to toughen up even more
10/16. Hepatitis scare hits restaurant's business hard
10/16. Japan ruling party OKs move to ease mad cow test
10/16. Mad cow-Blood
 
10/15. ConAgra tied to Montana's USDA suit
10/15. Diners can get free hep A shot: Server may have exposed patr
10/15. Japan Confirms 14th BSE Case; Japan Confirms 14th BSE Case
10/15. [ISO-8859-1] 20041013 - [CFIA] Meat Hygiene Directives
10/15. Perspective: Branding is a powerful marketing tool and like
10/15. Province takes further action to protect drinking water Walk
10/15. Sausage maker warned he'd shoot inspectors
10/15. Handwashing promotion and childhood diarrhea in Pakistan - Reply
10/15. Handwashing promotion and childhood diarrhea in Pakistan
10/15. EU rules on ochratoxin A extended to coffee, wine and grape
10/15. Food safety
10/15. safefood study finds room for improvement in food production
10/15. BSE update
10/15. FSIS notice 50-04
10/15. Casing group decries loss of "beef rounds"
10/15. USDA & R-CALF seek further delay
10/15. BSE declines in Ireland, but a troubling new case appears
10/15. Trojan UV Technology selected as primary disinfection system
10/15. Food tests hold up Asian imports: Terrorism fears lead to mo
10/15. September restaurant closures
10/15. Australian and Canadian food agencies sign agreement to shar
10/15. Challenge study: pathogen growth & short-term temperature ab
 
10/14. Processor sues USDA, alleging retaliation
10/14. Japanese discover 14th case of BSE
10/14. USDA debuts food safety e-mail service
10/14. Food safety chief Murano 'lone finalist' for dean's position
10/14. Japan inches toward end of universal BSE testing
10/14. FSIS posts Q&A regarding post-lethality exposed RTE products
 
10/13. Customer finds rat parts in food
10/13. Canada Asks Japan For Same Beef Trade Terms As US - Kyodo
10/13. U.K. investigation indicates BSE rules being ignored
10/13. South Korea resists Canadian overtures toward beef trade
10/13. ASPB opposes ban of GE crops in Butte County Ballot Measure
10/13. Emory University says patients not exposed to human version
10/13. [Ireland] 15 separate investigations underway into BSE problem
10/13. Canada calls on Japan to apply same beef trade terms as U.S.
10/13. Japan's may extend ban on U.S. beef
10/13. LOW FAILURE RISK
10/13. Arkansas To Check Deer for CWD
10/13. Edwina Puts Eggs Back On The Menu
10/13. Five simple measures could significantly reduce the global i
10/13. Changes to food additive rules in EU on the table
10/13. [Ireland] O'Hara's have right ingredients for success
10/13. Milliken antimicrobial agent gains EU approval
10/13. U.S. expanding food protection, safety measures
10/13. Safefood calls for better food safety training
10/13. [Japan] 30-yr Kanemi oil scandal rumbles on
10/13. Food agencies link up to support safety
 
10/12. 24th Annual NW FOOD SAFETY & SANITATION WORKSHOP and EXHIBIT
10/12. GAPs FOR FRUIT & VEGETABLE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP
10/12. FDA TO CONDUCT SECURITY SURVEILLANCE TO TEST BIOTERRORISM
10/12. STUDY LINKS ANIMAL BACTERIA TO CROHN’S DISEASE
10/12. CDC UPDATES FOOD DISEASE LIST
10/12. FOODBORNE ILLNESS IN FOODSERVICE PERSISTS
10/12. COOL RULE FOR FISH PUBLISHED
10/12. Report on investigation into BSE testing failures published
10/12. Japan will not import U.S. beef this year-paper
10/12. Thai companies to claim no bragging rights at food-safety me
10/12. Florida foul soap
10/12. Letter to the editor
10/12. Shoppers urged to clean hands to wipe out food-borne disease
10/12. Failures let cattle slip through BSE safety net, agency find
10/12. Traceability an emerging issue?
10/12. Food Safety Institute of the Americas to open in Miami
10/12. BSE CONCERNS
10/12. BSE declines in Ireland, but a troubling new case appears
10/12. European Union proposal would limit preservatives in meat pr
10/12. US beef industry reacts to Canadian BSE scare stories
10/12. Wheat that goes against grain
10/12. Japan likely to soften all-cattle testing for mad cow next s
10/12. [UK] Abattoirs report cites anti-BSE test failures
10/12. South Korea May Not Resume Canadian Beef Imports Soon
10/12. Food Safety Regulators From More Than 100 Countries Meet in
10/12. Inspectors shut supermarket; Public health concerns include
10/12. New radioactivity limit could sink shellfish
10/12. Health Tip: Irradiated Food Isn't Dangerous
10/12. Intestinal Woes in Exotic Lands
 
10/11. Study reinforces need for standardized food allergy guidelin
10/11. EU positions papers for Codex Alimentarius - Codex Committee
10/11. EU positions papers for Codex Alimentarius - Codex Committee
10/11. EU positions papers for Codex Alimentarius - Codex Committee
10/11. BC-Mad
10/11. Japan wants more info before easing U.S. mad cow ban
10/11. Too many chefs in the food-safety kitchen?
10/11. $3,000 fine levied under Provincial Agriculture Act
 
10/10. $4,500 fine levied under Provincial Meat Inspection Act
10/10. Panel emphasizes managing industry image and issues
10/10. Japan confident of US beef trade-official
10/10. Fine for slaughtering, selling pig without licence
10/10. CWD testing
10/10. Departments guard against CWD
10/10. Water firm under fire over lack of quality tests
10/10. Venison 101
10/10. Globalization increases risks of food contamination
 
10/09. BSE cattle 'can enter food chain'
10/09. New risk plans for salmonella
10/09. US assesses financial implications of salmonella
10/09. Taking on the food sector's dirty secret
10/09. U.N. Tackles Food Safety Woes
10/09. U.S., Japan meet again over beef ban, but immediate solution
10/09. Proposed legislation calls for single agency to oversee U.S.
10/09. British health official calls for more vCJD testing
 
10/08. Japan's Meat-Related Industries Suffering From Ban On US Bee
10/08. Japan and U.S. Hold 'Constructive' Talks on Mad Cow Testing
10/08. James reopened to shellfish harvesting; Rappahannock still c
10/08. Staying healthy involves soap, water
10/08. USDA Plans Oct. 22 Salmonella Meeting
 
10/07. BSE petition heads to Ottawa
10/07. OLDER BEEF BEEF
10/07. VEAL TESTING CONTINUES
10/07. FOOD SAFETY PARTNERSHIPS
10/07. BEEF BAN LIFTED
10/07. Japan and U.S. Hold 'Constructive' Talks on Mad Cow Testing
10/07. Japan to effectively maintain blanket mad cow testing system
10/07. Beef export ban is branded 'a farce'
10/07. Governor's trip may pay off for Creekstone
10/07. Listeriosis
10/07. E-coli in packers’ feedlot, court hears
10/07. Arsenic Poisoning Triggers Cancers in India's Northeast
 
10/06. Much to beef about on the Hill
10/06. State health inspectors close 2 York County, Pa., Taco Bell
10/06. Rapid Alert System for Food and Feed (RASFF) Week 40
10/06. Travel health advisory: Gastrointestinal illness while trave
10/06. Govt guide to hangi gets up Maori noses
10/06. New US bakehouse goes gluten-free
10/06. Food Safety Institute of the Americas to hold meeting
10/06. USDA Releases Transport Security Guide
10/06. Monetary Support Awarded to Promote Animal and Egg Productio
10/06. Allergy Free Soybean Plant Found in Ill.
10/06. Whole Foods Makes Gluten-Free Product Line
10/06. Acrylamides little threat, panel says
10/06. Shipment of U.S. cattle to Cuba
10/06. [Japan] Ban on U.S. beef set to continue
10/06. Mad cow testing wanted
10/06. Oregon On the Watch for CWD
10/06. Gastrointestinal Infections and Diarrhea
10/06. Teaching Clean: Educators Honored for Linking Hygiene and He
10/06. Stress on food safety
10/06. Study Finds That Implementing Food Safety Management Systems
10/06. U.S., Japan beef trade meetings move to ranches, facilities
10/06. Italy identifies 123rd BSE case
10/06. FSIS to hold food safety public meetings
 
10/05. SAGARPA: certify SRM removal
10/05. BSE update
10/05. Intervenor status update
10/05. Still barring the cattle
10/05. Random positives and other non-events
10/05. National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation appla
10/05. BSE BOUNTY
10/05. Canada's BSE bovine was rendered into poultry feed; U.S. cla
10/05. Japanese and U.S. negotiators meet in Colorado about beef ba
10/05. Europe closes ranks on bioengineered food
10/05. Organic food fight
10/05. Children Are Facing High Risks From Pesticide Poisoning
 
10/04. Parasite bugs A.G. woman for 25 years
10/04. Food Safe International Completes Letter of Intent with Exus
10/04. Weigh your risks against benefits
10/04. [Australia] Why doggie bags are off the menu
10/04. Food Safety Institute of the Americas to Discuss Public Heal
10/04. Industry Guidance is Available from FDA Regarding Use of Mat
10/04. Japan, U.S. to hold more talks on lifting beef ban
10/04. Mad cow tests up tenfold: Province pays 0 for each good samp
10/04. Beef industry keeps pressure on to find more answers to E. c
 
10/03. Free trade, food safety, traceability addressed at AMI confe
10/03. Health Department comments on Schweigert Foods shutdown
10/03. Bill requiring public disclosure in meat and poultry recalls
10/03. Quality and safety priorities for market
 
10/02. Four closure orders served in September
10/02. BSE tests won't solve problem
10/02. Animal feed changes planned
10/02. AAFC, Media advisory: New 1-800 number for information on BSE
10/02. Wegmans now marketing Huisken Besure irradiated ground beef
10/02. Unpasteurized apple juice can harbour E. coli, health office
10/02. Salmonella Can Cause Poorer Eggshell Quality
 
10/01. BSE-infected cow may have gotten into animal feed
10/01. No Crabs to be Harvested From Parts of Rappahannock
10/01. Health Department comments on Schweigert Foods shutdown
10/01. No campylobacter standards from USDA, advisor says
10/01. State streamlines food safety inspection program
10/01. Food Irradiation Education Activities
10/01. Educational Material Downloads
10/01. Irradiation For Safer Food
10/01. How much Safer is Irradiated Meat & Poultry? Texas A&M Telec
10/01. Irradiated foods can curb E. coli
10/01. Wegmans Now Marketing Huisken BeSure Irradiated Ground Beef
10/01. Quotable Quotes
10/01. Safety summary of citronella oil as a flavouring agent
10/01. Introduction for food allergen labeling
10/01. Food allergen program
10/01. House committee to try to nullify state food safety laws: st
10/01. Unmasking the Genes of Food-Poisoning Campylobacter

 

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