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Scientists at the University of Exeter reveal how bacteria that causes stomach upsets can beat the environment, with potential consequences for seafood testing methods.
A juice manufacturer in Washington state has been told to stop distributing by a US court after the FDA says it found arsenic in some products.
Scientists from Yale University in the US believe that overuse of hygiene products and antibiotics could be the cause of an increase in food allergies in the western world over the past 30 years.
A research team from Moscow says it can identify when your chicken has been grilled just right, without even smelling or seeing it...
A bacterium which makes rice plants more resistant to disease has been discovered in the seeds of a crop in China.
François Bourdichon explains the limits of finished product testing when it comes to ensuring safe production and how we could enhance the current methods set out.
New Food’s global roundup of product recalls includes Listeria alerts, as well as several undeclared allergen reports from the US, UK and Canada.
More than 30,000 birds are to be culled and a strict control zone set up following a suspected outbreak of bird flu in County Antrim.
By identifying the virulent strains in pigs, control and monitoring processes for Listeria could be improved.
New Food’s global roundup of product recalls includes a Salmonella alert, as well as undeclared allergens and a contamination report from Germany.
The Teesside Coroner’s Court ruled that Salmonella was a contributing factor in Sandra Blake and Stewart Graham’s deaths, in an outbreak which has since been linked back to a butcher in County Durham.