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Food Safety Informaiton02/11.
Final program set for IAFP 200402/11. International Association for Food Protection
holds secretar02/11. Japan says US mad cow probe "incomplete"02/11.
Food company fined for canned mouse02/11. U.S., Japan To Work To Resume Beef
Trade, Zoellick Says02/11. DENMARK: Hot water reduces acrylamide levels02/11.
Mexico to bar U.S. beef until mad cow controlled02/11. Washington D.C. IFT
to host meeting on CFSAN priorities02/11. WHO issues herbal medicine guidelines02/11.
FDA declares ephedrine alkaloids adulterated02/11. Second Farm Infected02/11.
Mandatory animal ID system proposed02/11. Dutch tighten animal feed laws02/11.
FDA: Feed ban audit shows compliance continues to be outstan02/11. Mad cow
unlikely to fade away silently02/11. Tax relief for beef producers hurt by
mad cow scare02/11. Daschle wants search for mad cow herdmates reopened02/11.
Korean Attitudes to Beef and Poultry Sour02/11. Locally raised, grass-fed
cattle could solve the mad cow blu02/11. Shigellosis02/11. Mad Cow Could
Divide Cattle Industry02/11. FSA launches new hygiene initiative02/11.
FSAI programme to tackle food hygiene standards02/11. Food safety fight02/11.
Food Importers Bogged Down With Terror Regulations 02/10. BSE Update ?
February 9, 2004 [APHIS-USDA]02/10. FINAL BSE Update ? Monday, February 9,
2004 [USDA]02/10. U.S. Government Officials Provide Technical Briefing On
The BSE Investigation 02/10. 20040209 - Meat Hygiene Directives02/10.
BSE, bovine - USA (WA)(14)02/10. BC- Mad [Japan]02/10. The mad cow quandary02/10.
BSE: What to test, not how many tests02/10. USA: More foreign bans but US
confident of containing bird f02/10. China bans U.S. poultry02/10. Consumers'
Association: additives need clearer labelling02/10. Database of predictive
microbiology posted02/10. BIRD FLU: U.S. strain different from Asian; Delaware
officia02/10. Parliamentary priorities for Europe include food and feed hy02/10.
EFSA defines its objectives02/10. Transatlantic pathogen database launched02/10.
Inside AMI: USDA calls a halt to BSE investigation02/10. AMI Submits Comments
to Codex Committee02/10. Early Fevers May Protect Kids From Allergies02/10.
Internal document offers up bleak assessment of situation02/10. USDA Ends
Mad Cow Probe, Finds No More Cases02/10. US wraps up mad cow probe without
finding many suspected ani02/10. U.S. stops hunt for BSE among cows imported
from Alberta02/10. USDA's final BSE update02/10. USDA vets question agency's
mad cow lab02/10. 'Food defense' push boosts FDA budget02/10. WHO issues
guidelines for herbal medicines02/10. U.S. poultry shares fall as bird flu
prompts bans02/10. Thai Chicken Public Health Low Risk-But Ban Appropriate02/10.
Oats in the safety zone02/10. EFSA defines its objectives 02/09. New
Database Helps Monitor Food Pathogens02/09. BSE02/09. Booker Packing sees
continuous temperature reporting through02/09. OIE chapter on BSE requires
international reform02/09. Consumers advised to limit consumption of Paterson's
Curse/S02/09. Japan May Compromise on U.S. Beef Imports02/09. AUSTRALIA/NEW
ZEALAND: Warning issued on honey toxins02/09. Seafood with mercury affects
brain development in children02/09. Food safety on the EU menu02/09. Launch
event for food safety Network of Excellence02/09. No mad cows found from Calmar
herd02/09. Readers respond to BSE commentary02/09. Government crack down
on illegal meat and fruit imports 02/08. USDA played ¡®vital role¡¯ in BSE
crisis, top food-safety offi02/08. BSE review panel member cautions: Dosage,
incubation issues02/08. Misleading labelling found on St John's wort supplements02/08.
Food Safety Forum at Foodex Meatex02/08. Emergency rooms fail test on treating
food allergy02/08. Japan may compromise on U.S. beef imports02/08. Saudi
hospital denies patient has mad cow disease 02/07. Doubling Tests for
Mad Cow Doesn't Quiet Program Critics02/07. Feds Ending Search for Mad Cow
Disease02/07. BSE, CJD, other brain-wasting diseases not created equal02/07.
Labeling standards in review02/07. MAD COW DISEASE AND THE MAD AND USELESS
GLOBAL SLAUGHTER OF02/07. Food safety tips02/07. Meet on carbonated drinks'
safety norms [India]02/07. County restaurant inspector on front lines of food
safety 02/06. Mad cow quandary: Making animal feed02/06. Take their
advice02/06. FDA a big winner in '05 Bush budget: More funds sought for f02/06.
Paper trail on the way02/06. Fighting food-borne disease02/06. Mad Cow
Quandary: Making Animal Feed02/06. Panel Advice Criticized02/06. Japan
sticking to trade guns on BSE ban02/06. GM traces found in UK soyfoods02/06.
U.S. agriculture secretary brushes off experts' warnings abo02/06. Is American
Beef Safe From Mad Cow?02/06. Study Says Donors May Be Passing Mad Cow02/06.
New quick test means Alberta can ramp up testing capacity fo02/06. BSE rules,
not terrorists, hold up soldiers' beef02/06. Province receives rapid BSE tests02/06.
U.S. aims at BSE, cattle ID02/06. Tops, Wegmans no longer getting irradiated
beef02/06. FSAI issues closure orders02/06. New CEO for Food Safety Authority02/06.
High Mercury Levels Found In Some Supermarket Fish02/06. Bacteria lingering
in body may pose future food poisoning ri02/06. Food Poisoning Bugs Lurk in
Body, Study Shows 02/05. Chlorine levels in water soar: Up 50 to 100 per
cent since n02/05. Most Americans not concerned about getting mad cow disease,02/05.
AMI statement: On the international review team¡¯s report on02/05. Three food
businesses closed in January 2004 [Ireland]02/05. Loblaw makes food safety
a top priority: Sharpens focus amid02/05. Point, click, then eat02/05.
Japan Won't Lift Beef Ban Unless US Tests All Cows For BSE02/05. Ban Urged
On All Animal Protein For Cattle02/05. Bush Admin Sees Little Risk of More
Mad Cow Cases02/05. BSE Report Released -02/05. BSE Briefing Highlights02/05.
Backing for Safety Programme02/05. NCBA, AMI pan committee's BSE report -02/05.
USDA slams would-be whistle blower's BSE testimony in Washin02/05. Food safety
on the EU menu02/05. Betaine gets "Safe" status02/05. Semicarbazide
in Brazilian chicken uncovered02/05. AMI comments in support of national animal
ID, trace back sy02/05. BSE review team¡¯s recommendations need ¡®thorough risk
assess02/05. Peanut allergies on the rise02/05. Regulation seminars, focus
on GM02/05. Mad Cow Panel Urges Ban on Animal Feed02/05. Harvard, Expert
Panel at Odds Over U.S. Mad Cow Risk02/05. Mad cow proposals go too far -
US cattle officials02/05. Mad cow has home on U.S. ranges02/05. 3 Alberta
mayors on goodwill tour of Washington state area w02/05. Panel seeks more
mad cow shields02/05. Japan keeps tough line on US beef after report pans
total ma02/05. U.S. urged to test all 'downer' cattle for BSE02/05. Hong
Kong Beef Consumption Sinks02/05. NCBA: International Panel's BSE Report Misses
the Mark02/05. JPC blasts govt over food safety norms [India]02/05. Call
to improve additive labels on food02/05. Food additives 'cause tantrums'02/05.
Stricter food labels planned02/05. FSAI announces outlets ordered to close02/05.
JPC asks Govt to hurry up with integrated food law [India]02/05. EXPERT PANEL
SAYS U.S. MUST DO MORE ON BSECurrent
Rule Declaring Dietary Supplements Containing Ephedrine Alkaloids Adulterated
Food Safety Regulatory Essentials: Course Descriptions and Schedule page Memorandum
of Understanding Between the FDA and Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State
U FSIS Update of Recall Activities, February 9, 2004 BSE Update ? February
9, 2004 FINAL BSE Update ? Monday, February 9, 2004 U.S. Government Officials
Provide Technical Briefing On The BSE Investigation New Database Helps Monitor
Food Pathogens FDA Issues Regulation Prohibiting Sale of Dietary Supplements
Containing Ephedrine Alkaloids FDA Seizes Ephedra-Containing Dietary Supplements
From On-Line Massachusetts Company Library of Export Requirements: Updated
February 9, 2004 Dainippon Ink and Chemicals, Inc.; Withdrawal of Food Additive
Petition Foreign Animal and Poultry Disease Advisory Committee Speeches
Page: Updated February 4, 2004 JSR America, Inc.; Withdrawal of Food Additive
Petition FDA Names David W.K. Acheson, M.D., Director of the Food Safety and
Security Staff President Requests Budgetary Increase, Greater Food Defense
Role for FDA in FY 2005 FDA's Budget Proposal for FY 2005 Requests Increase
for Food Safety Registration of Food Facility Database Information Verification
36th Session of the Codex Committee on Food Additives and Contaminants Codex
Alimentarius Commission: Sixth Session of the Codex Committee on Milk and Milk
Twenty-sixth Session of the Codex Committee on Methods of Analysis and Sampling
Thirty-sixth Session of the Codex Committee on Food Hygiene Currently
Approved Information Collection (Procedures for Notification of New Technology)
Notice of Request for Extension and Revision of a Currently Approved Information
Collection Statement by Dr. Garry L. McKee on GAO Report on Humane Methods
of Slaughter Act FSIS Unveils New Humane Activities Tracking System Public
Meeting To Address Codex Committee On Milk And Milk Products Public Meeting
To Address Codex Committee On Food Hygiene Public Meeting To Address Codex
Committee On Analysis And Sampling Public Meeting To Address Codex Committee
On Food Additives President¡¯s Agriculture Budget Proposes Increased Funding
To Protect The Nation¡¯s Food Prior Notice of Imported Food Under the Public
Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness Prior Notice of Imported Food
Under the Public Health Security and Bioterrorism Preparedness National Advisory
Committee On Microbiological Criteria For Foods To Hold Public Meeting U.S.
Codex Office "What's New" Page: Updated February 2, 2004 OPPD (Policy)
What's New Page: Updated February 2, 2004 USDA BSE Update, January 30, 2004
TOGO: Cholera hits Lome, kills 1702/10. Outbreak of B.C. ailments sparks raw
oyster warning02/10. Logan student dies of nut allergy02/10. 2d group
of conventioneers was sickened02/10. Health Department Tracing Source Of Illness02/09.
Shigellosis spreads in Buncombe02/08. Food poisoning sickens 60 at hotel
02/06. Saudi Man May Have Mad Cow Disease02/04. Food poisoning strikes
down more than 100 workers in Vietnam02/03. Shigella Outbreaks Linked with
Daycare Centers02/03. 2 in Suffolk Sickened From Salmonella02/03. Salmonella
Cases Reported02/02. Carnegie Mellon students become ill02/01. USDA Issues
Salmonella Warning01/29. More test results due today in illness01/29.
38 die after eating leftover pork01/29. Food poisoning may have caused deathsCurrent
New Methods 02/10.
BioControl Provides Immediate Hygiene Validation in a FLASH¢â02/10. An ultraviolet
defense02/09. Shellfish to get check-up from ESR02/09. New food test approved02/09.
RFID comes of age02/08. A clearer picture for food safety02/08. Oxoid
Awards for Beer Quality and Brewing Hygiene 2003/200402/08. Oxoid Wins FDA
Approval02/07. OXOID Expands Range of Rapid Diagnostic Tests02/07. Lawmakers
request mad cow tissue sample for TSE Scan02/07. UConn scientists developing
bacteria detection device02/05. Salmonella risk in pork production02/05.
Researchers find protein that could lead to listeria vaccine02/04. Air Products
Makes Strategic Investment in Sterilox Technolo02/03. Breakthrough in fighting
food pathogens02/02. FSIS revises detection methods for select SRMs02/01.
Simultaneous detection of E.coli and coliforms in Food and W01/31. Oxoid Rapid
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