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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

Dozens of Cruise Passengers Sick with Norovirus Arrive at Houston Airport

Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 4, 2024

The Houston Fire Department was called to Terminal C to greet dozens of cruise passengers sick with norovirus as they arrived at Houston’s Bush Intercontinental Airport with flu-like symptoms. Cruise Passengers Sick with Norovirus Cruise goers and flight travelers returned… read more

Once Upon a Farm Baby Food Listeria Recall Announced by FDA

Listeria,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 4, 2024

Once Upon a Farm Baby Food Listeria Recall Announced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Once Upon a Farm PBC of Berkeley, California issued a voluntary recall on May 17, 2024. Their Once Upon a Farm Organic Plant-Rich… read more

Cucumber Salmonella Outbreaks

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 3, 2024

The U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently investigating a Salmonella outbreak involving the rare Salmonella Africana strain. Today, a recall was announced for certain whole cucumbers due to “possible health risk” – Salmonella. Could these two announcements be… read more

Connecticut Man Hospitalized with Legionnaires’ Disease from Garden Hose Water Bong

Legionella,Legionnaire's disease,Our Blog | May 30, 2024

A Connecticut man was hospitalized with Legionnaires’ disease from an unlikely source. Garden hose water bong was the likely source. Determining the cause of this man’s lung infection puzzled doctors, until information revealed the cannabis-related clue. This was the topic… read more

Sourdough Starter: How to Safely at Home

Our Blog | May 29, 2024

Sourdough– It’s literally everywhere. TikTok, Facebook, Farmer’s Markets. I am shocked I don’t dream about it some days as much of it as I see in a days’ time. The big question is can we have sourdough starter safely in… read more

Safely Owning Chickens

Our Blog | May 28, 2024

 We have all been there. Heading into the local feed store for something minimal, and we hear the peeping the chirping of the baby chicks. It gets me almost every single time. I find myself looking up the different breeds… read more

Tuberculosis in Raw Milk is Yet Another Reason to Consider Pasteurization

Our Blog,Raw Milk | May 27, 2024

We all know that raw milk could potentially carry harmful germs like E. coli, Campylobacter, and now bird flu. But Tuberculosis in raw milk is yet another reason to consider pasteurization. A study gathering data about incidences of tuberculosis brings… read more

Another Infant Formula Recall Due to FDA Non-Compliance. Dairy Manufacturer, Inc. Recalls Three Products.

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | May 27, 2024

Another infant formula recall due to US. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) non-compliance has been issued. This is the second this month for this category. However, several other infant formula recalls are still listed as active according to the FDA’s… 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