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New From the GAO

New GAO Reports
Source: Government Accountability Office

1. Food Safety: USDA Needs to Strengthen Its Approach to Protecting Human Health from Pathogens in Poultry Products. GAO-14-744, September 30. 59 more words

Business And Economics

Leaves of carob tree, source of chocolate substitute, fight food-poisoning bacteria: Listeria

12 OCT 2012
Leaves of the plant that yields carob — the substitute for chocolate that some consider healthier than chocolate — are a rich source of antibacterial substances ideal for fighting the microbe responsible for listeriosis, a serious form of food poisoning, according to a report in ACS’ Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 175 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs

Foodborne Illness: Recovery

Chances are that you will contract a foodborne illness – some mild form of food poisoning or stomach flu – at least once in your life. 518 more words

Food

Home Food Safety Program

By: Nikki Nies 

Food service establishments and restaurants are always under scrutiny for their sanitation and ability to abide by health code regulations.  While this is important, home food safety measures need to be addressed and reviewed as well.   102 more words

Nikki Nies

Foster Farms Recalls 39,747 Pounds Of Cooked Frozen Chicken Strips For Possible Listeria Contamination

You may remember the name Foster Farms from the year-long salmonella outbreak that authorities finally linked to the company this past July. During a recent inspection, routine tests turned up… 315 more words

US - Recall of uneviscerated dried roach for botulism scare

Alert on Uneviscerated Dried Roach (Vobla)

Contact
Consumer:
718-677-6888
ssfoodimport@gmail.com

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 16, 2014 – S&S Food Import corp. is recalling all packages of Uneviscerated Dried Roach (Vobla) with the following package code “Best Before 06.05.2015”. 198 more words

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