Food Safety

Epidemiologist uncovers MSRA-study shortcomings

Dr. Guy Loneragan, an epidemiologist and Professor of Food Safety and Public Health and at Texas Tech University, speaks with AgriTalk radio to point out the inadequacies of a study by the Pew Charitable Trust on meat safety. FULL STORY »

Can high pressure technology make hamburger safer?

Hailing a patent-pending process for a new line of fresh hamburger patties as a "a natural option for food safety" and a "technological breakthrough," meat-industry giant Cargill has begun using a method of high-pressure processing to produce its newly introduced "Fressure" hamburgers for food-service customers. FULL STORY »

More evidence of non-O157 STEC in ground beef

Tests conducted on commercial ground beef identified disease-causing E. coli that could be considered significant food safety threats, according to the authors of a new study. FULL STORY »

Cheese Company Returns To Market After E. Coli Scare

The Business Journal reports Bravo Farms will return to the market two months after E. coli was found in a shipment of Dutch-style gouda sold at Costco Stores. FULL STORY »

New York Dairy Issues Milk Recall

An upstate New York dairy is voluntarily recalling milk because it was improperly pasteurized, a process that heats milk to destroy bacteria that could cause illness.
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New Jersey Firm Recalls Ground Beef Products Due to Possible Adulteration

One Great Burger, an Elizabeth, N.J., establishment, is recalling approximately 226,400 pounds of ground beef products that may have become spoiled, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced today. FULL STORY »

AMI, Other Industry Associations, Call For Additional 'Safe Harbors' For Meat & Poultry Industry

AMI, in partnership with a number of industry associations, is urging the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service and the Agriculture Research Service to strongly support a preventive approach to assure food safety. FULL STORY »

Chicago Company Recalls Ground Beef

The Illinois Department of Agriculture says a Chicago company has recalled about 200 pounds of ground beef patties because of possible E. coli contamination.
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Obama Signs Bill To Improve Nation's Food Safety

Foreshadowing the coming power struggles between the White House and a more Republican Congress, President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed a $1.4 billion overhaul of the nation's food safety system as some lawmakers complained that it's too expensive and threatened its funding.
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NFU Applauds Enactment Of Food Safety & Modernization Act

National Farmers Union (NFU) President Roger Johnson issued the following statement after President Obama signed the FDA Food Safety and Modernization Act into law:
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Obama To Sign Bill To Improve Nation's Food Safety

When salmonella-laced peanut products sickened hundreds during a recent scare, President Barack Obama said consumers should be able to have confidence that their government will keep peanut butter-eating children safe - and that included his daughter Sasha. FULL STORY »

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