I just got this email – can I have your support? William, The nomination deadline for The Expert Institute’s Best Legal Blog Contest has been set for August 21st. That means… Continue Reading
If you are attending the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) Conference in Portland this week, be sure to visit the Food Safety News (nearly 1,000,000 unique visitors per month)… Continue Reading
Is it time for prosecutors to set forth clear guidelines for who is prosecuted and who is not? A few weeks ago I was quoted in an article entitled “Will… Continue Reading
Food Safety News does not take a vacation, nor does it take time off to attend this or that summer conference. But people do, so this is a time of… Continue Reading
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.