With allergies becoming an increasing health problem globally, the need to have an allergen control plan has never been more critical.
Thus far, 467 lab-confirmed cases of the parasitic infection have been connected to salads from McDonald’s restaurants.
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USDA-FSIS says a single supplier of the products (or live turkeys) hasn’t yet been identified.
The agency will be using 3M’s instruments and kits for detecting Salmonella, Listeria monocytogenes and E. coli O157.
The FDA and CDC are investigating a multi-state outbreak that has been traced back to the pre-cut fruit.
The Petrifilm Rapid E.Coli/Coliform Count Plate is a next-day indicator test.
The case count continues to rise, with more states reporting illnesses.
Following a consumer’s allergic reaction, Eataly recalls its artichoke spread for undeclared walnuts.
Preliminary information gathered by the FDA indicates the lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona is responsible for sickening at least 35 people.