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Month: May 2018

A Concern of Hep A & Pomegranates

Hep A,Outbreaks & Recalls | May 31, 2018

An outbreak of hepatitis A that sickened a dozen people in Australia has been traced back to frozen pomegranates, according to local news reports. Although the outbreak has not yet reached the United States, there is still a lingering concern… read more

MakeFoodSafe Recognized as a Top 30 Food Safety Blog

Food Safety | May 31, 2018

As the Editor of, I am thrilled and proud to announce that has made it into Feedspot’s Top 30 Food Safety blogs! We are so grateful that our friends at Feedspot have taken the time to recognize our… read more

Memorial Day Food Safety Tips n’ Tricks

Food Safety | May 27, 2018

Ah, summer, glorious summer. Memorial Day has historically been the official kickoff day of the summer season. The kids are just getting out of school. Vacations are in the works. The weather is warm. And it is the time of… read more

Last Dance with Mary Jane – Deaths Associated with Synthetic Marijuana

Food Policy,Food Safety | May 27, 2018

Cannabis. Marijuana. Mary Jane. There are several names for a plant that many people smoke and even eat. With the growing political changes in the United States, marijuana has become more and more mainstream – even inspiring cookbooks highlighting the… read more

Enduring Concerns about Pesticide Food Contamination

Food Policy,Food Safety | May 27, 2018

It is one of the foundations of the organic food movement – the concerns over pesticides and food safety. There exists a great deal of concern over whether pesticides are poison, and if they are the basis for certain health… read more

What You’ve Always Wanted to Ask About Personal Injury Claims, But Were Afraid To

Our Blog | May 27, 2018

By: Wayne Cohen Personal injury related accidents will always happen. This is a fact of life, such as the sun rising in the East or that it takes the Earth an entire year to revolve around the sun. Where there… read more

Attorneys File First Lawsuit in the Nation Involving Recent Salmonella Egg Outbreak

Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella | May 16, 2018

On May 14, 2018, attorneys Jory Lange and Rebecca Vinocur filed the first lawsuit in the nation arising out of the multi-state Salmonella outbreak from contaminated eggs that is currently affecting the East Coast. The complaint was filed on behalf of an elderly woman in Florida… read more

Yes! You Can Protect Yourself During an E. coli Outbreak

E. coli,Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome,Outbreaks & Recalls | May 13, 2018

The United States is in the middle of a serious E. coli outbreak linked to one of the most common forms of leafy greens we all eat. It is amazing and unreal how far and fast this contamination has spread.  Just a… read more

Of Eggs and Outbreaks

Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella | May 13, 2018

Like most Americans, eggs have always been an important part of my diet. Scrambled. Fried. Hard-boiled. Deviled. I love them in many different ways from different types of birds. Duck eggs being among my favorites. But eggs hold a special… read more

The Romaine E. Coli Outbreak – In a Nutshell

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | May 12, 2018

E. coli is one of the deadliest forms of food poisoning. Once contracted, it can cause kidney failure, seizures, and even breathing problems. Swallowing a small amount of E. coli, even just a bite, can lead to a severe bacterial infection…. read more