In a society where consumers are fed stories a plenty about contamination, fraud and miscommunicated allergens in their food, the need for consumer trust in the food supply chain has never been greater. In a bid to get ahead of social media scepticism, Chris Elliott and Connor Black outline why…
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North Bay Produce is recalling fresh apples due to the potential contamination of Listeria monocytogenes, after tests showed positive results of the organism.
OSI Industries, LLC is recalling around 4,218 pounds of ready-to-eat beef patty products as they may be contaminated with metal.
Taylor’s Sausage Inc is recalling around 641 pounds of ready-to-eat meat and poultry sausage products due to potential mislabelling.
The meat and poultry egg roll products have been recalled because they were produced and packed under insanitary conditions.
The recalled 'Parviar Dry Dates' were distributed in Florida through retail grocery stores between May 2019 and October 2019.
The George's Prepared Food ready-to-eat pork and turkey sausage patty items were produced on 19 April 2019, 27 April 2019, 7 May 2019 and 9 May 2019.
The Pride of Florida raw ground beef items were produced on a number of dates between 23 September 2019 to 10 October 2019.
Over 16 thousand packages of Samurai Inc Furikake Popcorn 5oz packages have been recalled due to fish content which is not declared on the labelling.
Peekay International Inc dry apricot products have been recalled due to undeclared levels of sulfites, discovered by testing from New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food inspectors.
The previous Mical Seafood Inc recall from 2 October 2019 has been expanded to include products wholesaled in 23 states, due to potentially elevated levels of histamine.
Taco Bell has stopped serving seasoned beef at restaurants across 21 US states over concerns the meat product may be contaminated with “metal shavings”.
New Food is hosting a live Twitter debate on 23 October 2019 at 3pm BST to discuss: 'What's the hardest type of food fraud to detect?"
Dr David Acheson, President and CEO of the Acheson Group, analyses the recent CDC report which provides data about the foodborne disease outbreaks that occurred in the US in 2017.