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New EPA Study Shows Forever Chemicals Found in Fish Is a Significant Health Concern

Food Safety,Our Blog | June 4, 2024

A new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) study highlights that PFAS, or forever chemicals found in fish are a significant health concern. Specifically, freshwater fish. Knowledge about these chemicals has been around for over a decade, but little has been… read more

Is AI Used for Food Safety a Good or a Bad Thing?

Food Safety,Our Blog | May 26, 2024

Artificial intelligence (AI) is taking over many aspects of our daily life. From how we interact with technology interfaces, to help with projects, and even our entertainment. Even AI used for food safety is becoming more mainstream. But is it… read more

Biotoxin Linked to Mussels Sickens At Least 20 People Says Oregon Health Authority

Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | May 26, 2024

A cluster of illnesses of paralytic shellfish poisoning caused by a biotoxin linked to mussels prompted an investigation by the Oregon Health Authority. According to the press release, there have been at least 20 people sickened by this naturally occurring… read more

FDA Deems Tara Flour Unsafe

Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | May 23, 2024

Two years ago, nearly 300 consumers fell ill after eating a Daily Harvest brand product called French Lentil + Leek Crumbles containing tara flour as an ingredient. Last week, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) deemed it unsafe… read more

Mt. Capra Issues Goat Milk Formula Recall Following Report of Infant Anemia

Food Safety,Our Blog | May 20, 2024

Mt. Capra issued a goat milk formula recall on May 10, 2024 after an adverse event involving an anemic infant was reported. Mt. Capra Goat Milk Formula Recall The recall involves 1,506 boxes of the Mt. Capra Goat Milk Formula… read more

Lead Found in Lunchables Food Kits. Consumer Reports Urges Removal from National School Lunch Program.

Food Safety,Our Blog | May 13, 2024

Lead found in Lunchables food kits. Recent testing by the consumer advocacy group, Consumer Reports, finds lead in Lunchables food kits. These kits qualify for the National School Lunch Program, and Consumer Reports wants to change this. What is Consumer… read more

New Data Suggests that Pets Can Carry Superbugs and Can Transfer Them to Their Human Owners

Food Safety | May 9, 2024

Shocking new data suggests that pets can carry superbugs and may transmit them to their human owners. Research presented at the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infections conference suggests that owners should isolate their sick pets to avoid catching… read more

FDA Launches Investigation on Pesticides in Spices After Hong Kong’s Crackdown on Indian Spice Manufacturers MDH and Everest

Food Safety,Our Blog | May 6, 2024

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) launched an investigation on pesticides in spices after Hong Kong halted sales of certain products by Indian spice manufacturers, MDH and Everest. This decision comes after the discovery that some of these products… read more

Could There Be Bird Flu in Milk You Have in Your Fridge? Experts Say It’s Likely!

Food Safety,Our Blog | April 29, 2024

Could there be bird flu in milk you have in your fridge? Experts say it is likely! In a recent report from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA), a survey of retail milk across the United States showed… read more

Could Your “Doggie Bag” Be Doubly Dangerous? Certain Leftovers Have Higher Risk for Food Poisoning.

Bacillus,Food Safety,Our Blog | April 15, 2024

Could your doggie bag lead to food poisoning? Certain leftovers have a higher risk of spreading foodborne bacteria that can make you sick. Eating out is expensive. Probably now, more than ever. We still continue to eat out, albeit at… read more