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Two National Pizza Chains Fail Antibiotics-policy Report

Although two chains received an A grade—Chipotle and Panera—most of the quick-service restaurants scored much lower. Atlanta-based Chick-fil-A, which is the inspiration for the Pizza for Good pie “Closed on Sundays,” earned a B. 115 more words

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The Hot dog report - Might hit your heart hard to believe

Clear labs collected approximately 345 hot dogs and sausage collected from different restaurant in USA, and revealed with supersizing finding. You might tend to expect, Chicken DNA in the veggies hot dogs and Pork DNA in the turkey dogs. 99 more words

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Aquafina Admits That It’s Just Selling Tap Water Bottled & Labelled As Mineral Water In US

Brand loyalty is a phenomenon that has gripped the modern world and has led people to believe that they must pay a certain decided price just for a label. 342 more words

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Search tool for foodborne diseases released

By Chloe Ryan, 23-Oct-2015

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released a redesigned online tool making it easier to search data on foodborne disease outbreaks. 6 more words

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Inspect in 30 Minutes a Week Part 2: What to Look For During a Self-Inspection

October 19, 2015 AIB International

If you really want to inspect your plant in only 30 minutes per week there are a few things you should know about what you’re looking for before you begin. 91 more words

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Blue Bell Workers Say Production, Money Over Cleanliness at Texas Plant

In a televised CBS News report, former workers at Blue Bell Creameries are blowing the whistle on management, claiming that complaints about cleanliness and sanitation at the Brenham, TX plant went ignored before a… 68 more words

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Study: High Levels of Arsenic in American Wines

A study by researchers at the University of Washington found that most American wines have arsenic levels higher than what’s allowed in drinking water–a threshold set by the U.S. 200 more words

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