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Month: September 2018

Could Campylobacter Lead to “Fur-ternity Leave”?

Campylobacter,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 30, 2018

Puppies… they are adorable. Who doesn’t love them? I know that we are super attached to our dogs, and when they were puppies, we spent so much time with them that I almost hated leaving them. Our pets were here… read more

Salmonella Costco in King County, Washington

Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella | September 29, 2018

Seven people have fallen ill with salmonella after eating at a Costco deli, according to health officials in King County, Washington. One person was hospitalized. The Costco Warehouse in question is located in Issaquah, a suburb east of Seattle. Here… read more

FDA Confirms Retailers in Cargill Beef Outbreak

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 29, 2018

   The United States’ Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) alerted consumers that a beef product recall was “officially over.” The beef product had been made, packaged and shipped from Cargill Meat Solutions in Fort Morgan, Colorado.      But… read more

Crab Vibrio Outbreak Over, But Warnings Remain

Outbreaks & Recalls,Vibrio | September 29, 2018

The Crab Vibrio Outbreak is over! You know an outbreak is bad when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as several other state and local partners, all get involved… read more

Outbreak Over: Rose Acre Farms Could Be Slow to Clean Up

Outbreaks & Recalls,Salmonella | September 28, 2018

This Spring and Summer a massive egg recall was initiated in response to a multi-state Salmonella Braenderup infection outbreak.  Rose Acre Farms’ Hyde County, a shell egg production facility, was implicated as the source of this outbreak that left a… read more

Walmart Blockchain and Romaine

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 27, 2018

What if we had a better way of tracking our food from farm to fork? One that allowed us to see, at the tap of a button, all the different stops that a particular item of food has passed through… read more

Food Safety and Language

Food Safety | September 27, 2018

Travel is an incredibly enjoyable experience filled with new adventures, new growth opportunities, and new foods. No matter what country you travel to, there will be something different to experience that is wildly different from your hometown, and while this… read more

What’s in Your Kitchen? Recalls: Ground Beef Recall and More

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 27, 2018 would like to help you keep your family safe from unsafe foods.  Each week we bring together a list of the current recalls.  Some recalls are issued due to undeclared allergens, which could cause serious or life-threatening allergic reaction… read more

Restaurant Food Fraud: When It Says Organic, But the Product Says Otherwise

Food Policy,Food Safety | September 27, 2018

Organic foods have seen a rise in the past several years and have become a big business with homes across America using more and more organic foods in their daily lives. A whopping 82% of families consume $45 billion in… read more

Legionnaires in Nursing Homes

Legionnaire's disease,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 27, 2018

It’s happened again: Legionnaires’ disease has infected a nursing home! Legionnaires in Nursing Homes is a major issue that is growing. This time, Summit Commons Rehabilitation and Health Care Center in Providence, Rhode Island, is in the spotlight. According to… read more