Do you have a critical question/issue that you’d like FDA’s Frank Yiannas to address during the 2021 Food Safety Consortium keynote address on May 6? Now is your chance!
A UK supermarket has been stripped of an alcohol license for selling fraudulent wine.
A multistate outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes has been traced back to New Jersey-based El Abuelito Cheese, Inc.
STOP, along with several organizations, is asking the USDA FSIS to reform and modernize poultry inspections in an effort to decrease foodborne illness as a result of Salmonella and Campylobacter contamination.
The CDC estimates that nearly 48 million people fall ill and 3000 people die annually as a result of foodborne illness. Listeria is a concern due to the high percentage of fatalities that occur as a result of contracting Listeriosis. Many of these cases are preventable. During this virtual event, experts will discuss challenges and tangible best practices in Listeria detection, mitigation and control.
The agency stated that it “will continue working with our federal partners, industry and consumer and health advocates on our shared goal of reducing consumer exposure to toxic elements from food,” but it did not call out the companies or foods mentioned in the recent report.
Counterfeit expensive premium cherries are seized in Hong Kong.
A discussion on why traceability solutions in the supply chain are necessary.
The 9th annual Food Safety Consortium will bring together perspectives from different angles in food safety to discuss topics that include FDA and FSMA, supply chain challenges, and the lasting impact of COVID-19 and strategies for the industry to move forward. The event will take place as a four-week Spring and five-week Fall program. Both the Spring and Fall programs.
An international crime network tried to sell a large amount of fake rum into Spain.