CDC has issued an alert about another E.coli O157:H7 outbreak involving romaine lettuce.
Stakeholders from FDA, CDC and the produce industry weigh in on the largest outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 in produce since 2006 and the important lessons learned.
A snapshot of some of the highlights of this year’s event.
Thus far a total of 164 cases have been reported across 35 states, with one death, according to CDC.
2018 was a busy year for multistate foodborne illness outbreaks, and the CDC has been leveraging whole genome sequencing in its traceback investigations.
When selecting a technology that is best fit-for-purpose, it is critical to understand the key differences in principle of detection and how they can impact both operations and risk.
The FDA and CDC are investigating five illnesses.
Take your food allergen control plan further by establishing cleaning validation and verification procedures.
Businesses must be attuned to the issues that natural ingredients can bring to the table.
The validation gives processing facilities an assurance on the reliability and efficiency of the company’s in-house environmental Listeria monitoring process.