My mom has bought so many of the hardbacks, that Poisoned is now in paperback on Amazon and back on Kindle.
We hear about them so often these days–recalls of all kinds of products, from foods, to medications, to kids toys–that “recall” has become a working concept in everybody’s vocabulary. But… Continue Reading
Foodborne pathogens impose over $15.5 billion (2013 dollars) in economic burden on the U.S. public each year. Just five pathogens cause 90 percent of this burden. Estimates of economic burden… Continue Reading
Clyde Haberman sets the table in his Op-ed in today’s New York Times – “Action and Dysfunction in the U.S. Food Safety Effort.” And, Retro Report serves up the video… Continue Reading
Food Safety News writer Cookson Beecher won five awards, all of them in the daily news category, during the May 9 Washington Press Association awards banquet at the Museum of… Continue Reading
One would think Steinbeck, but it is Yiannas, as in Frank, VP of Food Safety at Walmart. I am off to give a speech on supply chain liability.
I was reading John Lowe’s, CEO of Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams, statement this morning that was published on its website yesterday (April 24). I must admit I was impressed. Unlike… Continue Reading
Monday, Austin “Jack” DeCoster and his son, Peter DeCoster, will both face possible jail sentences stemming from a Salmonella outbreak caused by their Iowa egg farms in 2010. The Salmonella outbreak ran from May… Continue Reading
In a week, Austin “Jack” DeCoster and his son, Peter DeCoster, will both face possible jail sentences stemming from a Salmonella outbreak caused by their Iowa egg farms in 2010. The Salmonella outbreak ran… Continue Reading
New York Senator Gillibrand has once again proposed a law that would give the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) the ability that it does… Continue Reading