The voluntary recall is due to a possible risk of E.coli in two products.
The Center for Produce Safety is funding a study that examines the environmental microbial risks linked with vented produce in distribution centers.
The agency’s CORE Network will use the tool to communicate foodborne illness outbreak information with the public as soon as FDA begins an investigation.
This week’s sessions will tackle risks and disruptions in the supply chain, and features an FDA panel discussion on the Third-Party Certification Program.
A letter to the president supports prioritizing vaccine distribution to essential workers in critical infrastructure industries—including those involved in ensuring that the agricultural and food supply chains remain operational.
Honey fraud continues to be widespread after low EU harvest.
The ready-to-eat chicken and pork tamales contain diced tomatoes in puree that were recalled by the producer for possibly containing hard plastic.
The technology-based future we were anticipating to happen in 10 years is already here.
Speakers will discuss food defense issues faced by the food and agriculture industry, resources for food manufacturers, and insider threat mitigation.
The agency is giving stakeholders additional tools to help in understanding the proposed rule and whether it applies to their organization.