FDA Reminds Consumers to Practice Egg Safety this Holiday Season.
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Over 160 people reported sickness after eating at Olive Garden in Indianapolis area. The restaurant is now temporarily closed and links the incident to employees that recently had flu like symptoms.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Maple Leaf Foods are warning the public not to consume certain ham and sliced meat products described below.
FDA issues advice to consumers to reduce risk of foodborne illness from fresh produce investigation of foodborne Salmonella Typhimurium outbreak continues.
The study is the first to show an association between human carriage of antibiotic resistance genes and eating poultry or handling raw poultry.
A grower in the western U.S. state of California has recalled recent shipments of lettuce because of concern the produce might have been contaminated by E. Coli bacteria.
Purdue University researchers are developing two inexpensive technologies that may be able to prevent future food borne illness, such as the recent outbreak of E. coli in contaminated spinach.
The safety of the food we eat cannot be taken for granted as the recent U.S. outbreak of E. coli infections caused by contaminated spinach demonstrates.
I definitely wouldn't eat spinach from the three California counties implicated in this latest outbreak of E. coli H0157:H7, but there have been no problems with spinach grown in other parts of the country.
FDA is announcing that all spinach implicated in the current outbreak has traced back to Natural Selection Foods LLC of San Juan Bautista, California.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has positively identified a sample of fresh bagged spinach that contains E. coli O157:H7.
Trans fat ban in restaurants that is propsed by the NYC authorities is praised and could be good food safety measure to combat obesity and heart disease.
Improper carrot juice refrigeration may have caused the three cases of Botulism.
Raw milk produced by Organic Pastures of Fresno County is the subject of a statewide recall and quarantine order.
E. coli bacteria present in organic spinach has infected 110 Americans, killing one. Farmers note organic farming can put consumers at greater risk of bacterial infection.
Fresh bagged spinach may have caused one death and multiple hospitalizations in several states resulting FDA food safety warning.
Findings suggest women and children should avoid tuna, affirm efforts to reduce Mercury pollution.
An education campaign following the 1996 outbreak raised the profile of food safety and hygiene.