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Get Well Wednesday: Dr. Jennifer Caudle Talks Food Safety

Dr. Jennifer Caudle is a Family Physician and Assistant Professor at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. She is an on-air medical correspondent and appears on the TJMS, … 61 more words

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Get Well Wednesday: Dr. Jennifer Caudle Talks Food Safety

Dr. Jennifer Caudle is a Family Physician and Assistant Professor at Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine. She is an on-air medical correspondent and appears on the TJMS, … 61 more words

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Chipotle Hopes Freebies For Kids & Students Will Convince Customers To Return

In its continuing effort to make everyone forget about all that food-borne illness stuff from last year, Chipotle is trotting out two new promotions in September aimed at the younger set. 161 more words

Serious Concerns Regarding Food Safety & Security

In the present world scenario, most of the things are not safe. Virtually, each and everything is compromised or contaminated. You cannot trust anyone or anything anymore to be clean and honest including food. 393 more words

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FSSAI proposes new standards for frozen vegetables and jams

As per the draft, standards have been framed for canned tomatoes, tomato juice, frozen beans, cauliflower, peas and spinach.

New Delhi: Food regulator FSSAI has proposed new standards for frozen vegetables and processed fruit products, including commonly used canned tomatoes, frozen peas and jams. 290 more words

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Listeria Sparks Recall of Pre-Cut Vegetables at Walmart and Publix

Another Listeria recall is underway, this time in connection to pre-cut vegetables distributed by Texas company Country Fresh LLC.

Listeria was discovered during a routine sample test at a retailer by the Georgia Department of Agriculture. 239 more words

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Cleaning the water

The poor in India often fall sick by drinking contaminated water; many even die. The middle classes are over-cautious, even paranoid, installing sophisticated water purifiers, while water continues to be non-potable. 331 more words

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