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Best intentions aren’t enough; volunteers... Contributed At this time of year, many community groups, volunteer organizations, work places and other groups celebrate Thanksgiving with a potluck meal. When cooking for a large group, it is important to keep in mind the needs of your guests. Do any of your guests have food allergies or dietary restrictions? Could some be at... Continue Reading

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JBS recalls almost 50 tons of ground beef after... JBS USA late Saturday recalled almost 100,000 pounds of bulk raw ground beef from its Swift Beef facility in Northern Utah.  The bulk raw ground beef was distributed at least five states and was recalled for potential contamination with E. coli O157: H7, according to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The Hyrum, UT... Continue Reading

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Majestic Meat recalls ground beef products from... Majestic Meat Co. of Salt Lake City is recalling 532 pounds of ground beef products that may be contaminated with E. coli O157:H7, according to the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The bulk ground beef, ground beef patties, and meatballs were produced Nov. 8 and shipped to restaurants in Utah. All of the... Continue Reading

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UK company recalls raw pet food for Salmonella;... The Raw Factory Ltd. is recalling a number of raw pet food products containing tripe and/or pork due to Salmonella contamination. The recall was initiated following a freezer breakdown at the company. “The product could therefore carry a potential risk, either through direct handling of the pet food, or indirectly for example from food bowls... Continue Reading

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Botulism strikes 4 infants; FDA warns parents... Health officials say four infants in Texas have developed botulism poisoning after consuming honey. The children, all less than a year old, had all been given pacifiers containing honey before they became sick. The first baby became ill in mid-August, with the most recent having symptom onset at the end of October. Texas officials say... Continue Reading

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EU health chief urges international food safety... Europe is committed to working with China to ensure the highest standards of food safety and quality, according to the EU health commissioner. Vytenis Andriukaitis made the comments at the Ecological Agriculture and Food Safety Forum organized by the Chinese State Administration for Market Regulation (SAMR) in Shanghai earlier this month. He said dialogue with... Continue Reading

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Almost 46 tons of raw ground turkey recalled... Barron, WS-based Jennie-O Turkey Store Sales LLC late Thursday recalled 91,388 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be associated with an outbreak of Salmonella Reading, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the FSIS and state public health officials,... Continue Reading

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CDC renews JBS beef warning; 100 more sick as... The only good thing that can be said about the multi-state Salmonella Newport outbreak is that so far, no one has died. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Thursday reported 126 additional ill people from 13 states have been added to the outbreak associated with the JBS meat plant in Tolleson, AZ, since... Continue Reading

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Romaine outbreak: Where should we go from... Opinion Editor’s note: Michael Taylor and Lauren Bush, co-chairs of the STOP Foodborne Illness board, combined efforts to write this column. To read a related letter STOP’s Chief Executive Director Deirdre Schlunegger sent this week to the FDA, please click here. On Nov. 1, FDA issued its assessment of factors contributing to this year’s deadly outbreak of illness... Continue Reading

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USDA sued for not requiring verification for... Four and a half years after the Animal Welfare Institute (AWI) petitioned USDA over the use of labeling claims like “humane” and “sustainable,” the issues involved may be taken up by a federal court. AWI has sued USDA in the federal court for the District of Columbia, asking a yet-to-be-assigned judge to order the agency... Continue Reading

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