This week's Recall Roundup features a Hepatitis A alert in the UK, as well as the risk of plastic contamination in Germany.
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Researchers from the Utrecht University will present their findings to the European Parliament this week as they search for alternatives to caging farm animals.
This week's Recall Roundup features a Salmonella alert in the US, as well as the risk of glass and plastic pieces in the UK and Germany.
This week's Recall Roundup features a Salmonella alert in Germany, as well as the risk of possible metal and plastic contamination in the US and Canada.
As we eagerly wait for the end of lockdowns, Professor Chris Elliott urges the food sector to be wary of some devious companies taking advantage.
A research team is investigating whether using bacteriophages is an effective way of preventing foodborne illness in certain cheese varieties.
The measures were brought in late last year after bird flu was detected in several areas of Great Britain, though the risk to human health remains low.
According to KSS, the collaboration will help provide separation solutions for more and more alternative protein ingredients manufactured by Avebe.
This week's Recall Roundup features an E.Coli alert in Germany, as well as the risk of possible cyanide poisoning in Canada.
Two people have reportedly fallen ill after being infected with Vibrio parahaemolyticus in New Zealand, with authorities in the country urging consumers to cook mussels thoroughly.
Researchers from the University of Missouri believe that actions that worsen foodborne disease outbreaks are not always conscious, citing a 2011 US Listeria outbreak as an example.
This week's Recall Roundup features alerts over Salmonella in the US and Germany, and plastic and glass contamination in the UK.
Manufacturers have consumers’ best interests at heart when it comes to food safety according to a survey of producers, with food fraud identified as a concern.
This week's Recall Roundup features alerts over Listeria monocytogenes in the US and Germany, as well as undeclared allergens in Canada.