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Get the latest recall news from around the world with our weekly Recall roundup, this week including Salmonella and norovirus alerts.
The best tools for adhering to MRLs of pesticides in baby food, why a thorough understanding of the biology behind hygiene and sanitation is necessary at school, plus more in this issue's Food Safety In-depth Focus.
The factory has undergone a deep clean in a bid to rid it of the offending Salmonella strain, but Belgium’s health authorities will keep a close eye on products leaving the facility.
Research also suggests that chlorination, which is common in the US, does not have any significant impact on the safety of chicken and the prevalence of Campylobacter.
E.coli and Salmonella recalls dominate this week's recall roundup after the alarm was sounded in the US and UK respectively.
Professor Chris Elliott covers five areas in which the UK food system has been heavily impacted by the Ukrainian-Russian conflict and Brexit.
A range of foodborne pathogens have caused recalls around the world this week.
A team of scientists have offered several solutions to the “global phosphorus crisis” that the group state is threatening food and water security.
A new nano-sensor that can detect pesticides on fruit in minutes has been created in Sweden.
A survey has revealed how people in Britain store their food, and the heated arguments that can stem from a difference of opinion.
A Stanford University-led study suggests that less air pollution leads to “dramatic gains” in crop yields.
A team of food scientists and engineers recently received a grant to develop and test a portable sensor technology which aims to quickly detect foodborne pathogens outside of a lab.
This week’s roundup sees numerous undeclared allergens causing recalls around the world.
This week’s roundup includes undeclared allergens and a pathogen causing numerous food and drink recalls in the UK and US.