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12/27. [New Zealand] New Food Safety Bylaw adopted
12/27. Enzyme may lessen peanuts' allergenicity
12/27. New year to see upgraded food safety rules in EU
12/27. USMEF estimates 100,000 tons in '06 Japan beef sales
12/27. Food allergies can be hard to swallow
 
12/26. Arkansas Gets Tough On CWD Rules
12/26. REPORT TRACES FOOD DISEASES FROM ANIMALS
12/26. Ruling steams raw milk farmer
12/26. UK NEWS: Cheese Scare
12/25. Panel puts spotlight on food safety
12/25. Consumers get a taste of food safety online
 
12/24. New warning issued against mung bean sprouts in Canada
12/23. Denview Packers fined for meat slaughter
12/23. SCFCAH - biological safety of the food chain
12/23. SCFCAH - general food law
12/23. Food safety for sausage sizzle fund-raisers to be based on e
 
12/22. Family of man who died from salmonella poisoning sues Old So
12/22. Food and veterinary office - inspection reports
12/22. Codex committee on food additives and contaminants (CCFAC)
12/22. Rapid alert system for food and feed (RASFF)
12/22. Food contact materials - documents
12/22. I've nothing to hide, says cheesemaker in E.coli poison aler
12/22. When alternative is not healthy
12/22. Reactive arthritis due to previous infection
 
12/21. Caprion receives European and US designation for treatment
12/21. Have a cramp-free holiday
12/21. Millions suffer from hospital handwash taboo and fatigue
12/21. Natural Fruit Enzyme May Lessen Peanuts' Allergenic Punch
12/21. Sanitation Supervisor - Bloomfield, NJ
12/21. Turkey consumption fights off avian flu effect
12/21. Japanese team visits Swift
12/21. Combining food additives could harm nervous system, study
12/21. AMI Supports Efforts of FDA to Protect Industry from BSE
12/21. One chemical, many foods
12/21. Court OKs Payments in Hepatitis Case
12/21. NGFA Supports FDA Proposal to Further Strengthen BSE-Prevent
12/21. DWTC's catering arm meets science-based NASA standards of fo
12/21. Food-safety qualifications revamp to help processors boost p
12/21. SAI Acquires Premier European Food Safety Auditing Body
 
12/20. [UK] COT workshop: 15 February 2006
12/20. Waste Management: It’s About Thyme
12/20. Penn leaves for Seoul to discuss beef issues
12/20. Cow’s milk not to blame for gut problems
12/20. BSE almost eradicated in Switzerland
12/20. Disease puts New Mexico game on banned list
12/20. A colonization factor links Vibrio cholerae environmental su
12/20. [Tasmania] Cook and eat safely this Xmas
12/20. N.Z. Doctors Brace for Food-Poisoning Surge as Christmas
12/20. Think safety when cleaning your freshly killed deer
12/20. Tyson Lab Network Receives Food Safety Honor
12/20. Redefining the Moral Responsibilities for Food Safety
 
12/19. FDA Warns Consumers to Avoid Drinking Raw Milk
12/19. S. Korea To Start Talks With US On Beef Imports
12/19. CFIA: Notice to food editors
12/19. Blezard Valley family questions decision to confiscate beef
12/19. China aims to improve safe water availability by 2010
12/19. Nevada court cancels $25.2 M judgment against Reno Hilton
12/19. Got raw milk?
12/19. Illness puts tiny turtles in spotlight
12/19. Traveler's diarrhea
 
12/18. Inventor's bowl keeps food chilled for 3 hours or more
12/18. In our view: ban raw milk
12/18. Raw milk: Local dairy serves up unpasteurized milk
12/18. Japan-mad cow
12/18. Food authority helps China manage emerging food risks
12/18. That tasty food can be dangerous
 
12/17. Bean sprouts back on menus as salmonella scare recedes
12/17. Starting Jan. 1, food mfg's have to warn of allergens
12/17. EFSA starts aspartame study evaluation
12/17. First U.S. beef shipments arrive in Japan
12/17. FSIS: E coli counts are down
 
12/16. Update on applying EU feed and food controls
12/16. MHS to inspect coldstores
12/16. PAHs in supplements survey published
12/16. Metals in supplements survey published
12/16. South Korea: U.S. beef is safe, negotiations will begin imme
12/16. Pasteurizing fruit? It could help fight Salmonella
12/16. Political row over Listeria response
12/16. Only cooked bean sprouts for area residents and restaurants
12/16. Irish EPA urges assessments for parasite
12/16. The "alternative" to pasteurized milk may be illne
12/16. U.S. and Canadian beef processors have the opportunity
12/16. House Republicans mounting attack on state food laws
12/16. Ag department discovers rodent infestation at Lavonia store
 
12/15. Food Products Assn: Japan’s Decision to Lift Ban US Beef
12/15. APHIS Publishes Final Rule on Japanese Beef Imports
12/15. FSIS Reaffirms Statistically Significant Decline in E. coli O157:H7
12/15. South Korea urges stronger inspection measures before resumi
12/15. [Scotland] Ongoing BSE cases linked to dirty feed bins
12/15. CWD study needs more participants
12/15. [WHO] Food Safety
12/15. Cornell research project to prevent Listeria in RTE Foods
12/15. Greeks are going off their food
12/15. Produce safety on the table
 
12/14. Statement by Ag Secretary Regarding the Opening of the Japanese Market to U.S. Beef
12/14. Statement by the FDA on the Opening of the Japanese Market to U.S. Beef
12/14. Rapid alert system for food and feed (RASFF) - introduction
12/14. Food contact materials - emerging issues
12/14. Food allergies: education and prevention
12/14. Ph.D. fellowship for training program in farm-to-table food
12/14. Fury as E.coli butcher re-opens
 
12/13. Resist cookie dough temptation
12/13. Those with nothing to hide have no worries
12/13. Japan And U.S. Lift Restrictions On Beef Imports
12/13. Japan Supermarkets Cautious of U.S. Beef
12/13. Canadian Cattlemen's Association commends Japanese decision
12/14. Food Authority suspends prawning on Sydney Harbour
12/13. Food safety for students -- the wrong way
 
12/12. Pathogen Studies Could Result in Safer Produce
12/12. Japan reopens market to U.S. beef
12/12. Taiwanese meeting to reappraise U.S. beef
12/12. Japan approves easing ban on Canadian and U.S. beef
12/12. Foreign materials in foods: Course
12/12. Toxic risk on your plate
12/12. BC-BSE: Japanese cow
12/12. Gulf seafood tests show no problems
12/12. Gut instinct pays dividends on Nobel night
12/12. Emphasis to inspect fresh products goes against 1906 meat ac
12/12. Hygiene rules breached at grocers, secret footage shows
12/12. EU plans food packaging measures after Italy scare
12/12. Food safety violations net man $2,500 fine
12/12. Ex-McDonald's employee tests positive for hepatitis A
12/12. Japan likely to ease restrictions
12/12. Shops take on roadside fruit and vege traders
12/12. Bean sprout advisory continues
 
12/11. Food poisoning victim slams the source
12/11. Salmonella found in raw milk produced by northern AZ dairy
12/11. "Food is worse than crack"
12/11. Japan - mad cow
12/11. Eat To Live: Dangers in leafy greens
12/11. Health officials warn against hepatitis A
12/11. CONAGRA PUTS ALLERGEN WARNING ON GRAIN PRODUCTS
12/11. Taiwanese meeting to reappraise U.S. beef
12/11. Chris Harris: possibility Japanese market will reopen to U.S
12/11. Japanese panel declares U.S. beef safe
12/11. Researchers may have answer for oyster disease
 
12/10. Web site offers information on quality of drinking water
12/10. Statement from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland
12/10. Options for treating person with E. coli disease
12/10. Rotten meat sparks big food scare in Germany
12/10. Preventing health risks associated with drinking unpasteuriz
12/10. Surveillance and coordination key to reducing foodborne illn
12/10. Food hygiene - future hygiene legislation
12/10. Government should warn about mercury in fish, says CSPI
12/10. Japan to lift U.S. beef import ban next week-media
 
12/09. Mall admits to supplying poor drinking water
12/09. Mad cow -- Japan
12/09. Backyard butcher pleads guilty to public health, meat inspec
12/09. Milk that lasts
12/09. Nebraskan leads food safety service
12/09. Hurricane brought new urgency to food safety vehicle service
12/09. Bi-national food agency wants comment on proposed changes
12/09. Safe to eat? Restaurant inspections may be aired
12/09. Nashville considers banning food wagons
12/09. Outing dirty eateries: plan to display public health convict
12/09. A cockroach for dinner
 
12/08. Update on NI coldstore investigation
12/08. Chris Harris: possibility Japanese market will reopen to U.S
12/08. Japanese panel declares U.S. beef safe
12/08. Researchers may have answer for oyster disease
12/08. Web site offers information on quality of drinking water
12/08. Statement from the Food Safety Authority of Ireland
12/08. Options for treating person with E. coli disease
12/08. Rotten meat sparks big food scare in Germany
 
12/07. Preventing health risks associated with drinking unpasteuriz
12/07. Surveillance and coordination key to reducing foodborne illn
12/07. Food hygiene - future hygiene legislation
12/07. Government should warn about mercury in fish, says CSPI
12/07. Japan to lift U.S. beef import ban next week-media
12/07. Mall admits to supplying poor drinking water
 
12/06. Mad cow -- Japan
12/06. Backyard butcher pleads guilty to public health, meat inspec
12/06. Milk that lasts
12/06. Nebraskan leads food safety service
12/06. Hurricane brought new urgency to food safety vehicle service
12/06. Bi-national food agency wants comment on proposed changes
12/06. Safe to eat? Restaurant inspections may be aired
12/06. Nashville considers banning food wagons
12/06. Outing dirty eateries: plan to display public health convict
12/06. A cockroach for dinner
 
12/05. Bird flu update 5 December 2005
12/05. Sioux City Iowa Sees Major Rebirth In Breakthrough Food Tech
12/05. Ont. Introducing bill to protect drinking water
12/05. [Ireland] One closure order served in November
12/05. Restaurants feel salmonella scare
12/05. Not safe enough
12/05. Avian influenza: food safety issues
12/05. Banned: Sydney Harbour prawns too toxic to eat
12/05. E. coli is 100% preventable, but it still takes its toll
 
12/04. Parents issue warning about E. Coli
12/04. Food reg calls for release of cancer study data on aspartame
12/04. Japan said to reopen border to U.S. beef in mid-December
12/04. EU moving toward ending ban on British beef
12/04. Japanese poultry company investigated for skewing bird flu t
12/04. British meat fraud investigation expands amid criticism
12/04. A wasting disease 'hot spot'
12/04. Water bug victim's eight-year ordeal
 
12/03. State finds claims of raw milk's benefits hard to swallow
12/03. Small raw-milk dairies run afoul of regulations
12/03. Product Safety At The Core
12/03. No Bird Flu Risk From Properly Cooked Poultry And Eggs - FAO
12/03. U.N. Reassures Meat Eaters Over Bird Flu Fears
 
12/02. Whole bacterial organism fingerprinting of foodborne pathoge
12/02. Crisis Management in the Food and Drinks Industry
12/02. Former sandwich supplier indicted
12/02. Producers brace for bean sprout backlash
12/02. Processed Fruits and Vegetables (CCPFV)
12/02. List of specialised Committees and Task Forces - CAC - Codex
12/02. United, UGA to offer produce industry food safety workshop
12/02. When eating your vegetables makes you sick
12/02. Project could detect bioterrorism
12/02. Euro Freeze investigation sparks EU-wide food alert
12/02. Are Food Allergies a Growing Threat?
12/02. 'Fatal Kiss' Puts Spotlight on Food Allergies
12/02. 23rd BSE case confirmed in Czech Republic
12/02. EU on course to end UK beef ban Friday
12/02. Japan Officials Study Public Comments On U.S. Beef Report
12/02. “Mad cow” case confirmed in Luxembourg
12/02. New Peptide Antibiotic Isolated From American Oyster
12/02. [Wales] E.coli inquiry to look at issue of school meals
12/02. Consumer connection vital in restoring faith in food industry
12/02. Undercooked food
12/02. Food regulator calls for further measures to lower PCBs
12/02. Washing fruits and veggies not foolproof against illness
12/02. Publication of call for experts
 
12/01. McFarlane promoted to retail food safety post at Tyson
12/01. Food Safety for Your Family
12/01. FAMI-QS Quality Standard Granted for All DSM Nutritional
12/01. Publication of call for experts
12/01. Food Contact Materials - Emerging Issues
12/01. Illegal poultry shipment intercepted
12/01. Tetra Pak stops using ITX printed cartons in Europe
 

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