Tons of tainted seafood was destroyed in Cambodia.
The frozen, ready-to-eat nuggets may be contaminated with a flexible rubber material.
The U.S. food industry is struggling to deal with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the meat and poultry sector have been at the forefront of this issue. Using CDC and WHO Guidance, this webinar will provide practical tips on best practices to mitigate workplace exposure based on what is currently known about the COVID-19 virus. This webinar originally occurred on May 27; during the event on July 14, Trish Wester will review aspects discussed during the first event, along with critical industry updates that have occurred over the past month.
A recall of gin due to mislabeling has been initiated in Australia.
China is taking action to block imports and control what is feared to be a second wave of the virus in the country.
The outbreak has sickened at least 76 people in the Midwest.
Decreased public activity can increase rodent activity.
Extra precautions will minimize food safety risks during construction, and following a thorough plan can keep your products, facility and employees safe.
High adulteration rate is found in black pepper and cumin powder.
The Class I recall involves products sold under the Marketside Butcher and Thomas Farms brand and manufactured by Lakeside Refrigerated Services.