Read our latest roundup of food recalls impacting the US, Canada and Ireland, including several cases of Listeria monocytogenes, allergens not being included on the label and incorrect cooking instructions.
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A pathogen found in Jif peanut butter has caused a range of recalls in the US and Canada this week.
This week’s roundup includes undeclared allergens and a pathogen causing numerous food and drink recalls in the UK and US.
The FDA has issued a draft guidance report to the industry on what it plans to do about the levels of lead in juice.
A toxin has been found in certain dried figs in Canada, whilst pieces of plastic cause recalls in a UK supermarket.
This week’s recall roundup includes vegan truffles being taken off the marketplace due to undeclared milk and fish sandwiches that contain a potential choking hazard.
Scientists in the US have found that a new form of allergen immunotherapy, which uses microneedles, has the potential to radically improve peanut allergy desensitisation.
The FDA has proposed a new rule to revise procedures and update reasons for revoking the authorisations for food contact substances.
From metal pieces in a dessert to milk in a vegan product, here are some of this week’s food recalls from the UK, US and Canada
The FDA hopes the new standards will strengthen the integrity of the US' egg supply chain, which is worth billions of dollars to the US food industry each year.
Food and beverage products are recalled due to reasons ranging from contamination to incorrect labelling, and here is New Food’s roundup of the most recent cases.
In response to media reports of tampered products found in supermarkets, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reminding industry of strategies to prevent tampering and intentional adulteration of foods.