What we know: There have been four sick with two dead from Cronobacter sakazakii

The recall: The recall began on February 17, 2022 and expanded on February 28, 2020. The FDA is advising consumers not to use recalled Similac, Alimentum, or EleCare powdered infant formulas. Recalled products can be identified by the 7-to-9-digit code and

As the quantity of food imported into the United States continues to rise, it is increasingly important to minimize foodborne illness risks for U.S. consumers. Foods contaminated with pathogens or toxins can result in foodborne illnesses. A recent USDA, Economic Research Service (ERS) study examined the number of U.S. import refusals caused by pathogen/toxin contamination

We were proud to donate $100,000 to start the fellowship.

The national nonprofit public health organization STOP Foodborne Illness is accepting applicants for its 2022-2023 Dave Theno Food Safety Fellowship. Applications must be submitted by March 31.

The fellowship program is a partnership with the Michigan State University Online Food Safety Program. The fellow will

A new nationwide poll of 1,000 registered voters reveals incredibly high support for stricter regulations on poultry production aimed at reducing Salmonella poisoning and other illnesses.Here is the press release.

The following are key findings from the survey:

Americans display fairly high awareness of Salmonella poisoning. Overall, 87% of voters have heard about Salmonella

Not naming the restaurant and the dates of exposure deny Pennsylvania residents vital information in order to know if they were exposed and to have time to receive a potentially life-saving vaccination.

The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Montgomery County Public Health Department announced on January 5th that they are investigating and outbreak of

I could not have said it better and PEW’s conclusion is spot on:

Current poultry policies and regulations treat all Salmonella serotypes and strains as if they pose equal risks to people, despite science showing this is not the case. Food safety interventions on farms, such as vaccines targeting harmful serotypes, have likely contributed to