Likely linked to Foster Farms chicken. CDC is collaborating with public health officials in many states and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (USDA-FSIS) to investigate… Continue Reading
From KCPQ TV: Here’s some tips from Bill Marler, who is a personal injury lawyer and nationally recognized food safety expert, on how to avoid foodborne illnesses.
20 years ago today the State of Washington Department of Health sent out a press release announcing that an E. coli O157:H7 outbreak was occurring in the State and that… Continue Reading
This was testimony i gave before the House Energy and Commerce Committee which has oversight of the FDA. My testimony, along with that of over a dozen Marler Clark clients,… Continue Reading
As of today 14 are ill across six states with E. coli O145 – Alabama (2), California (1), Florida (1), Georgia (5), Louisiana (4) and Tennessee (1). The dates when… Continue Reading
In the morning I am taking an early flight to Washington State Universtity (Pullman) where I will have the honor of spending the day with the author of “Poisoned,” the… Continue Reading
We should consider saving the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Microbiological Data Program.
Chris Ingalls’s final part to his story “Mold at WA food plant reveals flaws in food safety net” underscores the need to consider a single food safety agency or at… Continue Reading
As I said to King 5 a few months ago: “Sprout seeds can be contaminated when they’re grown, cause they’re grown outside,” says food safety attorney Bill Marler, of Seattle,… Continue Reading
Food Safety News dogged reporters did what the government and Taco Bell did not do, be open with the public about the Salmonella Outbreak Linked Taco Bell restaurants in ten… Continue Reading