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12/22. CBS Reports Terrorists Might Target Food

12/22. Salmonella-contaminated eggs sold in Quebec

12/22. New Plan for Cutting Campylobacter In UK

12/22. Government says threat of al Qaeda poisoning food supply is overblown

12/22. China Considers Tougher Food Safety Penalties

 

12/21. Did Mad Cow Disease Spread from United Kingdom to Taiwan?

12/21. Validation and Verification Defined

12/21. UK sets new targets for campylobacter reduction

12/21. House passes food safety bill to send to Obama

12/21. Food Safety Bill Still Has Chance of Passing Before Christmas

 

12/17. Foodborne illness affects fewer Americans than previously thought: CDC

12/17. Cancer patients apparently have five times more risk of developing listeria

12/17. Grilled Meat + Oregano = Reduced Cancer, Foodborne Disease Risks

12/17. Warning Issued to Minneapolis Food Warehouse

12/17. Why now? Was CDC's Timing on Estimates Political?

12/17. Food Safety Bill in Doubt After Budget Concession

12/17. Public Health Cutbacks Harm Food Safety

 

12/16. Salmonella-free eggs: it can be done

12/16. New CDC estimates for foodborne illnesses caused by “unspecified agents”

12/16. Cheese producers not entitled to rely on 60-day aging period to ensure safety of product

12/16. DeLauro Renews Push for Single Food Safety Agency
12/16. Who Inspects What? A Food Safety Scramble

12/16. New Estimates Lower Incidence of Food Poisoning
12/16. CDC: How Safe Is Our Food?
12/16. 'Best in Class' Essay: E. coli as Adulterant
12/16. Study: Food-borne Illness Affects 1 in 6 Americans Every Year
12/16. Maine Egg Farms Come up Clean in Salmonella Tests
12/16. FDA publishes stats on antimicrobial use in food animals (Updated)

 

12/13. Healthy People 2020 – we might not have to wait that long

12/13. 2010’s major food recalls and outbreaks

12/13. In a Perfect World: Making Hamburger Safe

12/13. How Minnesota Cracked the Peanut Butter Case

12/13. FDA Releases First Estimate on Antibiotics in Ag

12/13. The Raw Milk Beat Goes On: A Look at the Literature and the 60-Day Raw Milk Cheese Aging Rule – Part 2

12/13. The Raw Milk Beat Goes On: A Look at the Literature and the 60-Day Raw Milk Cheese Aging Rule – Part 1

12/13. Salmonella-tainted eggs linked to US gov't failure to act

12/13. Is There an E. coli Problem with Beef Imports?

12/13. Food Safety: Why Is the Food Safety Bill So Controversial?

 

12/10. United Fresh: Food Safety Advance ‘Bittersweet’

12/10. Cooking, Not Testing Can Ensure School Beef Safety

12/10. Meat And Poultry Are Harder Targets Now, Tommy

12/09. Food Safety Bill Passes House, Heads Back to Senate

12/09. More stringent testing doesn’t equal safer meat: study

12/09. LSG Sky Chefs Gets Another Warning from FDA

12/09. USDA Opts for Brucellosis Surveillance

12/09. Raw Milk Impounded Again from Minnesota Farm

 

12/08. USDA food defense survey shows small plant progress

12/08. House to Consider Food Safety Bill This Week

12/08. Raw milk among items seized from Gibbon farm

12/08. Hartmann raw milk products seized by State of Minnesota

12/08. Canada: Food imports safe, say feds

12/08. FSA: Meat and milk from cloned animals

 

12/06. Fines and fees are fine by me

12/06. HHS Releases New 10-year Food Safety Goals

12/06. Raw Milk Consumption Caused E. Coli Outbreak In Connecticut

12/06. Food safety bill still caught on constitutional snag

12/06. More Eyes Aimed at America's Beef

12/06. Food poisoning rise linked to undercooked offal

12/06. Congress has non-answer to bad food

 

12/03. Grandma’s Eggnog May Need Safety Update

12/03. FDA Finds Listeria Inside Another Produce Plant

12/03. UK: Safety stickers part of FSA food hygiene ratings scheme

12/03. Beef processor fits video in bid to boost food safety

12/03. Produce Industry Seeks Food Safety Bill Changes

12/03. Ten Years Later, They're Still Haunted by E. coli

12/03. NIH study suggests that early detection is possible for prion diseases

12/03. Report links undercooked liver to campylobacter food poisoning

 

12/02. More FDA Authority Won’t Improve Food Safety

12/02. Constitutional Slip Up Adds Uncertainty to S. 510

12/02. Company Asks USDA to Approve GM Apples

12/02. Landrieu Gets Oyster Regs Out of Food Safety Bill

 

12/01. Meat not linked to higher risk of breast cancer: study

12/01. Not So Fast on Food Safety Bill

12/01. Senate Passes Historic Food Safety Bill, Now What?

12/01. S. 510: Some of the Details

12/01. FSIS Issues Directive on E. coli O26 as Adulterant

12/01. Catching outbreaks earlier

12/01. Canada: Winemakers funded for HACCP upgrade

12/01. Local farmer says food safety bill goes too far

12/01. Snafu could stall food safety bill

12/01. House May Block Food Safety Bill Over Senate Error

 

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