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USDA Issues Directive to Reduce Listeria Monocytogenes In Ready-to-Eat Meat and Poultry Products at Scientific Summit Monday November 18, 11:01 am ET

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WASHINGTON, Nov. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture today released an administrative directive outlining additional steps to be taken by USDA inspectors to ensure that establishments producing ready-to-eat meat and poultry products are taking the necessary steps to prevent contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.
ADVERTISEMENT The directive is a result of last month's announcements calling for a strengthening of current Listeria protocols and testing programs. Dr. Elsa Murano, USDA's undersecretary for food safety, outlined the directive during a scientific summit that is being held in Washington, D.C. today. "This directive is an aggressive and targeted approach to further reduce the risk of listeriosis from consumption of contaminated ready-to-eat products," Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman said. "The actions we are announcing today underscore this Administration's continued commitment to improving public health through scientific enhancements of our inspection process." Under this directive, plants producing high and medium risk ready-to-eat products (deli-meats and hot dogs) that do not have an evaluated environmental testing regime designed to find and take necessary actions to eliminate Listeria monocytogenes, will be placed under an intensified testing program by USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). This intensified testing program will consist of increased testing of the final product, and testing of food contact surfaces and plant environment. Plants that have an environmental testing program but do not choose to share these testing data with FSIS on an ongoing basis will also fall under the intensified testing program. As a means of verification, those plants that share complete data from their environmental testing program with FSIS will be subject to a targeted testing program, which consists of final product testing. "There is a vast amount of data generated through environmental testing by processing facilities. Making it available to USDA will help our inspectors anticipate problems through proactive analysis of contamination trends at these establishments," said Dr. Murano. In addition to this directive, FSIS is in the process of completing an extensive, scientific risk assessment on Listeria monocytogenes to determine how the pathogen may contaminate meat products during production and packaging processes. The risk assessment, in conjunction with a risk ranking on products from retail establishments, will provide important additional data for the Agency to finalize its rulemaking process in the coming months on an effective regulatory approach to reducing Listeria monocytogenes in processing plants producing ready-to-eat products. FSIS is holding a Listeria Summit today, in Washington, D.C. The summit is one of several food safety symposia held this year by FSIS. Today's forum allows for government, academia, industry, advocacy groups and the public to present the Agency with up-to-date research data as well as comments on actions that best address Listeria monocytogenes. Topics being discussed include the role of environmental and product testing, decontamination strategies, and consumer behaviors regarding ready-to-eat foods. "This summit will be helpful in obtaining additional scientific analysis, information and public input to finalize a proposed rule on Listeria to enhance current policies," said Dr. Garry McKee, FSIS administrator. Consumption of food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes can cause listeriosis, an uncommon but potentially fatal disease. Listeriosis can cause flu-like symptoms such as high fever, severe headache and nausea. It can also cause miscarriages and stillbirths as well as serious, and sometimes fatal, infections in infants, seniors and persons with compromised immune systems. The Listeria monocytogenes directive is available on FSIS's web site at http://www.fsis.usda.gov . Interested parties are invited to comment on the directive until Dec. 2, 2002. After reviewing and incorporating comments, FSIS will implement the directive beginning Dec. 9, 2002. This website also contains important consumer food safety information. Consumers may also call USDA's Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1-800-535-4555 for additional food safety and product recall information.

Chinese Approve Use of Neogen Tests
Monday November 18, 11:03 am ET

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LANSING, Mich., Nov. 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Neogen Corporation (Nasdaq: NEOG - News) today announced that several of its food safety tests have received official "national standard" designation from the Chinese government, an important precursor for expanded sales to Chinese food processors and regulatory agencies.
ADVERTISEMENT China's Guo Biao (GB, "National Standards") Committee of the China State Development and Strategic Planning Council voted to name Neogen test kits to China's national testing standards for food and drug safety. The move follows China's entrance into the World Trade Organization, and the Chinese Government's listing of food safety as one of the 12 key scientific and technological projects for its 10th Five-Year Plan (2001-05) period. China has funded its Food Safety Monitoring System Project with an initial 150- million-yuan ($18.3 million) investment.
Neogen products that help form China's national testing standards include test kits for foodborne bacteria, mycotoxins, genetically-modified organisms, antibiotic residues and pesticide residues.
"Having our tests listed in the GB gives us a definite competitive advantage in the rapidly developing Chinese food safety market," said Lon Bohannon, Neogen's chief operating officer. "Laboratories performing tests for the Chinese Inspection and Quarantine Bureau, Ministry of Agriculture and Ministry of Health are obligated to use tests listed in the GB. As it is in the United States with the use of our tests by the FDA and USDA, tests used by regulators serve as the 'gold standard' for the food industry." The Chinese market for rapid food safety test kits is estimated at more than $10 million per year, with dramatic growth rates expected over the next few years. "China's recent entry into the World Trade Organization, and trend toward larger 'factory farms' point strongly to the need to rapidly escalate its food safety testing," said James Herbert, Neogen's president. "As China strives to provide greater protection for its own citizens, and to become a larger worldwide food exporter, its products must be verified to meet worldwide quality and safety standards." Because of the market's size and the vast geographic area, Neogen plans to use a combination of distributors to market its products in China. To ensure quality customer service, Neogen will provide distributor sales training and technical support from its U.S. offices, in addition to adding technical service staff in its China office. With its Chinese partner, Shanghai-based Toku-E, Neogen is also pursuing the development of food safety products designed specifically for the Chinese market. In April, Neogen opened a sales and distribution center in Shanghai to better serve the expanding food safety market, as well as more closely manage its Chinese animal safety manufacturing. In certain cases, Neogen's food safety products in China are used by the same large, U.S.-based multinational companies that use Neogen's products domestically. The business location in China allows Neogen to accept payments in Chinese currency and curtail international shipping delays -- both very important in Neogen's plans to expand sales in China. China has grown into one of the world's largest food animal producers. It is by far the largest pork producer, with an annual output that is approximately five times greater than the second largest pork producer, the United States. China's expanding poultry production is now four times greater than it was in 1985, and second only to the United States in overall annual output. Neogen Corporation develops and markets products and services dedicated to food and animal safety. The Company's Food Safety Division markets dehydrated culture media, and diagnostic test kits to detect foodborne bacteria, natural toxins, genetic modifications, food allergens, drug residues, plant diseases and sanitation concerns. Neogen's Animal Safety Division markets a complete line of diagnostics, veterinary instruments, veterinary pharmaceuticals and nutritional supplements. Certain portions of this news release that do not relate to historical financial information constitute forward-looking statements. These forward- looking statements are subject to certain risks and uncertainties. Actual future results and trends may differ materially from historical results or those expected depending on a variety of factors listed in Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations in the Company's most recently filed Form 10-K.

FOOD Safety General News
11/19. USDA will check surfaces at meat plants for listeria
11/19. Safe to Drink
11/19. Listeria Prompts Meat Plant Scrutiny
11/19. FOOD SAFETY TIPS FOR HOLIDAY FEASTS
11/19. Swift reopens Greeley, Colorado, beef plant
11/18. FAST-FOOD CUSTOMER LOSES APPETITE OVER TOILETS
11/18. CHIEF SCIENTIST DR MARION HEALY LOOKS AT THE ROLE OF MSG IN
11/18. CONCERN FOR CANDY SAFETY SPURS FEDERAL CHOKING-PREVENTION BI
11/18. FSIS TO POST DRAFT DIRECTIVE ON MICROBIAL TESTING FOR READY-
11/18. IRRADIATING FOOD MAKES IT SAFER, SO WHY WON'T OUR
11/18. RECENT FOOD-POISONING SCARES GIVE BOOST TO IRRADIATED MEAT P
11/18. FOOD SAFETY INSTITUTE CREATED AT IOWA STATE UNIVERSITY
11/18. USDA CLOSES TROUBLED CONAGRA COLORADO BEEF PLANT
11/18. COW TONGUES, VULTURES AND GEOGRAPHICAL BSE RISK ON SCIENTIFI
11/18. FOOD INDUSTRY TOLD E. COLI OUTBREAKS CAN BE MINIMIZED AND PR
11/18. GREELEY, COLO., SLAUGHTERHOUSE HOPES NEW RULE WILL IMPROVE F
11/18. Oddly shaped prions wreak havoc
11/18. Peanut allergy on the increase
11/18. Council clears tougher food labelling proposals
11/18. Deer hunters can help develop test for chronic wasting disea
11/18. NZ's mad cow status restated
11/18. Perspective by Editor Chris Harris
11/18. Beef plant shut down because of contamination, could reopen
11/18. Medical body warns about rising campylobacter cases
11/17. NFPA: Changes to Listeria Testing Requirements Should Be Des
11/17. USDA Issues Directive to Reduce Listeria Monocytogenes In Re
11/17. Chinese Approve Use of Neogen Tests
11/17. CWD risk considered minimal
11/16. FDF Sets Out Principles For Food Safety In Europe
11/16. How to keep food poisoning off plates and out of fridges
11/16. Agency Re-Emphasises Advice On Use And Handling Of All Eggs
11/16. Irradiated Beef: It's What's For Dinner
11/15. EU AGREES ALLERGY LABELLING FOR 'FOOD WITHOUT FEAR'
11/15. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON ANIMAL BY-PRODUCTS
11/15. NEW ZEALAND BEEF IS SAFE FROM BSE: BRUSSELS
11/15. VERO CYTOTOXIGENIC E. COLI DEVELOPMENTS REPORTED AT 6TH ANNU
11/15. Medical body warns about rising campylobacter cases
11/15. Amended food labelling Directive allows consumers to discove
11/15. Grocery Manufacturers of America Urges the Use of Non-Food C
11/15. Jewel-Osco Is First to Sell SureBeam(R) Processed Fresh Grou
11/15. More BSE Safeguards Needed
11/15. Handle food safely at holidays, urges health department
11/14. FSAI LAUNCHES INAUGURAL INTERACTIVE SHELLFISH MONITORING PRO
11/14. Cooking Turkey Is A Family Affair¡¦With The Right Food Safety Tools
11/14. MEAT INDUSTRY PLAYERS ENCOURAGED TO DO MORE TO PUBLICIZE ADV
11/14. HANDY ADVICE: CDC ASKS PHYSICIANS TO COME CLEAN WITH GELS -
11/14. SENATE ADDRESSES IMPROVED FOOD LABELS FOR ALLERGIES
11/14. US MEAT EXPORTERS TACKLE TRACEABILITY DURING ANNUAL MEETING
11/14. PERSPECTIVE BY EDITOR CHRIS HARRIS
11/14. PLEA TO EU TO HELP FIGHT BSE THREAT
11/14. CPMA/PMA COLLABORATE ON TRACEABILITY OF FRESH PRODUCE
11/14. LANE COUNTY, ORE., FAIR OFFICIALS WEIGH E. COLI INFECTION PR
11/14. CONSUMER WARNING NOT TO LET MEAT AND CHICKEN DRIP ON TO SALA
11/14. USA: Two poultry plants reopen after recalls over listeria
11/14. FDA bans use of meat proteins from CWD animals in feed stock
11/14. Careful what you eat
11/14. Food safety in Europe, UK response
11/14. Private group says state hurting its efforts to market CWD t
11/14. Plants shuttered by listeria reopen -
11/14. Rise in severe food poisoning
11/13. MAVERICK RANCH AWARDED 'MOST INNOVATIVE PRODUCT AWARD'
11/13. National Alliance For Food Safety completes review of HIMP d -
11/13. Chicago grocers Jewel, Dominick's begin selling irradiated m -
11/13. FSIS details new rules on E. coli O157:H7 HACCP reassessment
11/13. HACCP PLAN IMPROVEMENT FOR RAW, NOT GROUND & RAW GROUND
11/13. THE DIRT ON BAD HYGIENE, GOOD HEALTH
11/13. E. COLI O157:H7 REASSESSMENT
11/13. ITALIANS EXPOSE TRADE IN UNCERTIFIED CATTLE
11/13. U OF G RECEIVES AGRI-FOOD AWARD
11/13. GAIN-SUNS ENTERPRISES LTD. FINED $2,500 FOR UNLAWFULLY MOVIN
11/13. NATIONAL ALLIANCE FOR FOOD SAFETY COMPLETES REVIEW OF HIMP D
11/13. HAND WASHING URGED TO FIGHT NORWALK VIRUS
11/13. FSIS ISSUES NOTICE ON INSTRUCTIONS FOR VERIFYING E. COLI O15
11/13. TURNING UP THE HEAT ON JUICE: UNPASTEURIZED JUICES AND CIDER
11/13. E. COLI OFTEN MISDIAGNOSED, DOCTOR SAYS: PARENTS WARNED THAT -
11/13. AUSTRALIA: Dairy Corporation denies milk health risk
11/13. ACRYLAMIDE IN COFFEE, TRUE OR FALSE?
11/13. ACRYLAMIDE SCARE FOR COFFEE -
11/13. A little white wine with your salmonella?
11/13. PUB SERVED UP CLEANING FLUID INSTEAD OF WINE
11/13. FDA ALERTS PUBLIC REGARDING RECALL OF POWDERED INFANT FORMUL
11/13. Parents told to peel fruit after pesticide alert
11/13. Proper Dressing and Cooking of Deer Is Essential to Avoiding
11/13. Cases of serious food poisoning rise
11/12. BSE - Dying to know the truth
11/12. Keep eye on food gifts, officials say
11/12. CDC: Traditional turkey safe for holiday
11/12. More listeria bacteria found in Camden
11/12. Jewel, Dominick's will sell irradiated meat soon
11/11. Maverick Ranch making meat as safe as possible
11/11. Safer sludge on crops to protect food chain
11/10. Food safety being used as trade barrier -
11/10. Would Europe ever approve of irradiated meat in schools?
11/09. Americans Today Are More Aware of Home Food Safety
11/09. Eggs warning after salmonella scares
11/08. Take the Guesswork Out of Roasting a Turkey (pdf file)
11/08. IAFP 2003 CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
11/08. FROM TERROR TO VIGILANCE: HOW THE CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION A
11/08. TESTING APPEAL OF IRRADIATED MEAT --AFTER RECALLS, SUPERMARK
11/08. IRRADIATED FOODS AVAILABLE--WILL CONSUMERS PAY MORE, ACCEPT?
11/08. HUS DUE TO A SORBITOL-FERMENTING VEROTOXIGENIC E. COLI O157
11/08. GOV'T TO TOUGHEN FOOD RULES, STRESS PUBLIC HEALTH
11/08. French fry manufacturers in US face legal action over acryla
11/08. Acrylamide found in roasted coffee beans
11/08. Acrylamide: IFT calls for calm
11/08. Embers family dining chain intros irradiated ground beef
11/08. HHS Commissions Studies On Chronic Wasting Disease
11/08. Peanut allergies can return -
11/08. Testing appeal of irradiated meat
11/08. Targeting food-borne illnesses
11/08. Hannaford Bros. Co. to Sell SureBeam(R) Processed Fresh Grou
11/08. What Did Your Child Eat for Lunch?
11/08. Harmful bacteria found in popular quickie dishes -


Foodborne Outbreak News
11/18. E. COLI O157:H7: PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
11/18. Salmonella report due next month
11/16. Suspected food poisoning sickens Oklahoma band members
11/14. DEATH OF HOSPITAL PATIENT IS LINKED TO DEADLY BACTERIA: CORO
11/14. PASSENGERS FALL ILL ON CRUISE SHIP
11/14. SIX TEST POSITIVE FOR E. COLI
11/14. MORE THAN 1,800 HOSPITALIZED IN RUSSIA'S WORST DYSENTERY OUT
11/13. FLU STILL RESTRICTS HOSPITAL VISITS
11/12. Majority of tests for E. coli at P.E.I. hospital negative
11/12. Ecuador Water Sickening Residents
11/11. 163 cruise passengers fall ill from Norwalk virus
11/11. 1,500 people hospitalized in Southern Russia with food poiso
11/10. Milk poisons 1000 -
11/09. Russian dairy factory manager sacked over mass food poisonin
11/08. Infected Milk Starts Dysentery Outbreak in Russia
11/07. 775 PEOPLE, MOSTLY CHILDREN, IN RUSSIAN FOOD POISONING
11/07. Water bug source pinpointed
11/07. 400 people with food poisoning hospitalised in Krasnodar ter
11/06. TRICHINELLOSIS ¡© CROATIA (ISTRIA)
11/06. Retirees sue after falling ill at luncheon
11/06. 'Wampler' listeria strain found in Jersey processing plant
11/05. Salmonella outbreak linked to Spanish eggs
11/04. BRITISH COLUMBIA: NORWALK VIRUS KEEPS DOZENS OF CHILDREN FROM
11/04. NEARLY 100 PEOPLE FALL ILL IN FOOD POISONING OUTBREAK IN SOU
11/03 Listeria Probe Widens to 2d Plant
11/02. Food poisoning [Greece]
11/01. AHU STILL SILENT ON E.COLI DEATH, SAYS PUBLIC NOT ENDANGERED

Food Recall News
11/19. Pennsylvania Firm Has Recalled Pork Products Nov 19
11/19. Washington DC Store Has Recalled Ground Beef Products Nov 18
11/19. Pennsylvania Firm Has Recalled Ground Beef Products Nov 18
11/19. Pennsylvania Firm Recalls Pork Products For Possible Salmonella Contamination
11/18. Choking hazard posed by CITYFOOD FRUITS KONNYAK JELLY mini-cup jelly
11/18. Ground beef products Recall
11/17. Pennsylvania Firm Recalls Ground Beef Products For Possible E. coli O157:H7
11/16. Rogue River Valley Creamery Has Recalled "Oregon Blue Cheese" Nov 15
11/16. Georgia Firm Has Recalled Ground Beef For Possible E. coli O157:H7 Nov 15
11/15. The Rogue River Valley Creamery Voluntarily Recalls "Oregon Blue Cheese"
11/15. Georgia Firm Recalls Ground Beef For Possible E. coli O157:H7
11/14. Schulenburg company recalling sausage
11/14. Royal Seafood Baza Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Peanuts in Latvian Toffees
11/14. Royal Seafood Baza Has Recalled Latvian Toffees "Skolenu" Nov 13
11/13. FDA ALERTS PUBLIC REGARDING RECALL OF POWDERED INFANT FORMUL
11/13. Farr Candy Company Issues Allergy Alert in "Black Walnut" Candy Bars
11/13. Farr Candy Company Has Recalled "Black Walnut" Candy Bars Nov 12
11/12. AMENDED: Frozen beef burgers may contain dangerous bacteria
11/12. Frozen beef burgers may contain dangerous bacteria
11/11. FORTIN brand CHOCOLATE cakes may cause illness
11/11. November 8 - Consumer Alert - Traces of Blood in Lollipops
11/10. Undeclared soy protein in RASCAL¡¯S PIZZA - BY THE SLICE
11/10. Sungarden Sprout Company Voluntarily Recalls Alfalfa Sprouts
11/09. Royal Seafood Market Inc. Recalls Iriss "Skolenu" Candy Due to Undeclared Peanuts
11/09. Royal Seafood Market Has Recalled Iriss "Skolenu" (aka) Toffees Nov 09
11/08. Choking hazard posed by BB FRUIT POP JELLY SNACK mini-cup jelly products
11/08. Nebraska Firm Has Recalled Ground Beef Nov 07
11/08. Nebraska Firm Recalls Ground Beef For Possible E. coli O157:H7
11/07. RECALLED INFANT FORMULA DISTRIBUTED MORE WIDELY THAN FIRST
11/07. New Choice Agrees to Withdraw Remaining Gel Snacks on U.S. Market
11/06. With Tainted Turkey, Recalls Hit Harvard
11/06. California Firm Has Recalled Chicken Products Nov 06
11/06. Recall Update: Horizon Merchandising Hall of Fame Brand Mints Recall Complete
11/06. Recall Update: Hi-Point Industries Liquid Egg Whites Recall Complete Nov 06
11/06. Recall Update: Gold Nut Corporation Dried Cantaloupe Recall Complete
11/06. Recall Update: Fresco World Recall Complete Nov 06
11/06. Recall Update: Lien Hoa Food Recall Complete
11/06. California Firm Recalls Chicken Product For Undeclared Allergen
11/06. Texas Firm Recalls Beef Products Because Of Undeclared Ingredient In Bacon Wrap
11/05. Unilever Bestfoods Has Recalled Chicken Parmigiana & Penne Nov 05
11/05. Sierra Madre Foods Has Recalled chicken tacos Nov 04
11/04. FDA Alerts Public Regarding Recall of Powdered Infant Formula
11/04. Wyeth Nutritionals Has Recalled Powdered Infant Formula Nov 04
11/04. California Firm Has Recalled Chicken Tacos Nov 04
11/03. New Jersey Firm Has Recalled Poultry Products Nov 04
11/02. New Jersey Firm Recalls Poultry Products for Possible Listeria Contamination
11/02. California Firm Recalls Chicken Tacos For Undeclared Allergen
11/01. FSIS Announces Product Withdrawal For Possible Contamination
11/01. Choking hazard posed by SUGARLAND brand JELLYACE mini-cup jelly products

NEW Methos for Food Safety
11/19. Research: Plant extracts shield food
11/15. Research shows turkey processing interventions result in red
11/15. K-State microbiologist secret agent in battle against E. coli
11/14. TURKEY PROCESSING INTERVENTION RESULTS IN REDUCTION OF SALMO
11/14. KEY EC FOOD CONSUMER SAFETY IMPROVEMENT PROJECT PRESENTED
11/13. SENSOR MAKES MARINE POISON GLOW
11/12. Biacore: High Throughput Screening for Food Safety a Reality
11/11. Safety testing company sees turnover grow
11/06. Iowa State Develops Technology to Eliminate Off-Odor Caused by Irradiation
11/06. Food pathogen vector shows promise against cancer
11/05. An Easy, Inexpensive Test Detects Tuberculosis in Livestock and Wildlife
11/05. Bio-Rad gets USDA permit for test -
11/04. CITY FIRM'S HOPES FOR BSE TEST
11/01. Online verification for the food industry

USDA/FDA News
Contaminants and Natural Toxicants Subcommitee of the Food Advisory Committee: Meeting
FSIS' Directive To Reduce Listeria monocytogenes In Ready-To-Eat Meat And Poultry
USDA Issues Directive To Reduce Listeria monocytogenes In Ready-to-eat Meat and Poultry
OPPD (Policy) What's New Page: Updated November 18, 2002
Positive E. coli Test Results: Updated November 16, 2002
FSIS Constituent Update: November 15, 2002
The Food Safety Educator: Updated November 8, 2002
FSIS Constituent Alert November 14, 2002
U.S. Codex Office "What's New" Page: Updated November 14, 2002
Contaminants and Natural Toxicants Subcommittee of the Food Advisory Committee; Meeting
Summit on Listeria Monocytogenes
U.S. Codex Office "What's New" Page: Updated November 13, 2002
Cooking Turkey Is A Family Affair¡¦With The Right Food Safety Tools
OPPD (Policy) What's New Page: Updated November 12, 2002
Instructions for Verifying E. coli O157:H7 Reassessment
FDA Talk Paper: FDA Bioterrorism Act Website is on Line
FSIS Constituent Update: November 8, 2002
National Alliance For Food Safety Completes Review Of HIMP Data
Take the Guesswork Out of Roasting a Turkey (pdf file)
FSIS To Host Listeria Summit
FDA ASKING FOR COMMENTS ON GRAS PROCEDURE -
FSIS News Releases: Updated November 7, 2002
Request Approval of Labeling for Foods that Have Been Treated with Irradiation
Animal Proteins Prohibited in Ruminant Feed
U.S. Codex Office "What's New" Page: Updated November 4, 2002
An Easy, Inexpensive Test Detects Tuberculosis in Livestock and Wildlife
Guidance Concerning Recommending Customs' Seizure and Destruction of Imported Food
Codex Alimentarius: Meeting of the Codex Committee on Food Import and Export Inspection

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