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As families in the US continue to struggle to get hold of infant formula, the FDA has provided an update on its efforts to acquire more supplies.
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.
The fake chocolate bars are not only an issue for trading standards – they could provide a potential food safety risk as regulations might not be being adhered to.
A range of foodborne pathogens have caused recalls around the world this week.
Following World Safety Day which took place on 7 June 2022, Anne Gerardi, Senior Manager, Global Food Safety Initiative, examines the true meaning of sustainable food.
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.
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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 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.