Food Safety

Democrats Attempt To Revive Food Safety Bill

Food safety legislation stalled by a constitutional snag could be revived as part of a giant year-end budget bill. FULL STORY »

Democrats Attempt To Revive Food Safety Bill

Food safety legislation stalled by a constitutional snag could be revived as part of a giant year-end budget bill. FULL STORY »

Constitutional Provision Jeopardizes Food Safety Bill

A procedural problem is threatening to derail a landmark food safety measure passed by the Senate on Tuesday, according to the Washington Post. The issue has congressional leaders scrambling to figure out a way to get the bill enacted into law by the end of the lame-duck session this month.
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Jolley: Will We Finally Get A Modern Food Safety Bill?

The Senate took one baby step toward reforming food safety when it passed S. 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act, Tuesday morning. All that remains between food safety in the twenty-first century and the end of the mid twentieth century ‘scratch and sniff’ system is that governmental rarity – compromise.
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Historic Bipartisan Food Safety Bill Passes Senate

The FDA Food Safety Modernization Act passed the Senate today marking most comprehensive reform of the nation’s food safety system in over a decade. FULL STORY »

NCBA: Food Safety Knows No Size

The National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is disappointed the U.S. Senate voted last night to move forward with the Food Safety Modernization Act, S. 510. FULL STORY »

NSAC Urges House Passage Of Senate Food Safety Bill

The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition applauds Senate passage this morning of the Food Safety Modernization Act (S 510) and is urging the House to take up and pass the Senate bill and send it to the President for his signature as quickly as possible. FULL STORY »

Senate Moves Forward On Food Safety Bill

The Senate has voted to move forward on a far-reaching food safety bill that would give the Food and Drug Administration more power to prevent foodborne illnesses. FULL STORY »

Judge OKs Minnesota Woman, Cargill E. coli Settlement

A judge has approved a settlement between the meatpacking arm of agribusiness giant Cargill Inc. and a Minnesota woman who became ill with an E. coli infection from a tainted hamburger.
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Regulators Consider Broadening Testing For E. coli

The food industry and government regulators have focused for years on finding the most virulent strain of E. coli bacteria, which has killed hundreds of people and sickened thousands every year.
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3 More E. coli Cases Linked To Raw Milk In Minnesota

Minnesota health officials say the number of E. coli cases linked to raw milk or other dairy products from a Gibbon farm has grown to eight. FULL STORY »

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