As of today 690,152, of our friends and neighbors have died from SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19). However, perhaps, at least in the foodborne illness space, there might be some good news?
COVID has been a curse for most reasons, but it has allowed me to do more speaking with far less travel. Here is a course I am speaking at on Saturday, and I have already done the speech – virtually. Link: https://www.cme.ucla.edu/courses/event-description?registration_id=620979&client_view_p=f
With both the FDA and CDC being more transparent on the status of outbreak investigation, it is easy to keep track of the outbreaks even is we do not yet know the causes.
Nonprofit activist group, STOP Foodborne Illness, has announced that the organization has finalized recommendations to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to modernize the nation’s food recall system.
The recommendations, titled “Collaborative Plan to Achieve Customer-Focused Recall Modernization,” outline the steps needed for the U.S. to improve its recall process. STOP Foodborne Illness sees the…
I don’t watch Fox, I value my grey matter.
Someone sent me Tucker’s Friday segment “asking” about the CDC warning of the risks of poultry and Salmonella.
The Fox News host invited Tiara Soleim, a “poultry enthusiast” and former contestant on “The Bachelor,” onto his show Friday night to discuss her love for cuddling chickens…