Introduction Picture this: you open the fridge reaching for the milk and notice that the carton has changed color: it was bright blue when you brought it home from the store but now it’s dark brown. That can only mean one thing: the milk is spoiled, and it's not safe...
In some regions, this figure reached 68%, while in the region around Moscow the level was 54%, it added.
A huge Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak in Iowa has been linked to recalled Fareway chicken salad. At least 94 people are sick in that state, and one person in Minnesota is sick. There may be illnesses as well in Nebraska, South Dakota, and Illinois, states where Fareway Foods has stores.
Did you know that spices can contain pathogenic bacteria and filth? The FDA has published the 2017 Risk Profile of Pathogens and Filth in Spices to “describe the nature and extend of the pubic health risk posed by consumption of spices in the U.S.
You might want to check this website before you head out for your next meal! The goal? To warn other diners away from the restaurant location in question and maybe even alert local health officials to larger patterns of foodborne illness.
SANTIAGO: A growing outbreak of “red tide” has put salmon farms on alert in fish-rich southern Chile, an industry group said on Thursday, though its impact is still far less extensive than in 2016, when a much larger outbreak decimated fish farms.
Because of the unique food safety and other benefits it provides, 3D food printing is revolutionizing food production, and sales are expected to grow to USD $425 million by 2025, up 55% over 2018’s tally.
Alexander Anton, secretary general of EDA and ASSIFONTE, which represents the European processed cheese sector, said the EDA guidelines for ‘cheese as raw material’ are a “concise and state-of-the-art compendium on the high safety and quality of cheese as raw material within the process
During the winter months when more people are indoors and in close quarters, norovirus cases, a type of food poisoning, increase; more than 80% of norovirus outbreaks occur from November to April.
Scientists discover pathogens linked to food poisoning and fatal heart infections build-up in the dishwasher!
Deadly bacteria could be lurking in your dishwasher, new research reveals. The kitchen staple can contain everything from E.coli, which causes life-threatening food poisoning, to other pathogens linked to infections of the urinary tract, skin and inner heart lining, a Slovenian study found.