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Adams Bros. – The Alleged Culprit Behind the Latest Romaine Scare

E. coli,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 4, 2019

Adam Bros., a farm in Santa Maria, California, has been identified as a potential culprit behind the romaine lettuce scare that preceded this past Thanksgiving. The CDC and FDA issued sweeping statements warning people against eating romaine after registering an… read more

Eating Snow – Safe or No?

Food Safety | January 3, 2019

We have all heard the old adage don’t eat the yellow snow… but what about the white kind? Growing up I heard all kinds of stories about people eating snow, making it into ice cream and doing all kinds of… read more

Did You Know September was a Busy Month for FDA?

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 2, 2019

The FDA was pretty busy during the month of September, issuing 7 Warning Letters.  What is the FDA you might ask?  The acronym FDA stands for United States Food and Drug Administration.  As the name suggests, they regulate Foods and… read more

A Look Back at the Most Notable 2018 Food Poisoning Outbreaks

Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 1, 2019

An outbreak is defined as an event in which “two or more people get the same illness from the same contaminated food or drink.”  This year the United States has seen plenty with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention… read more

2018 Food Recalls: Records We Didn’t Want to Break

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | December 23, 2018

The year 2018 has been a larger than usual year for recalled food products.  In fact, as of December, over 650 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) recalls have been reported. Let that number sink… read more

PETA, Veggies Can Give You Ecoli, Too!

E. coli,Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | December 22, 2018

A new study found that plastic bins used in security check at airports carries more filthy germs than even the airport toilets. PETA – an animal rights organization – used the opportunity to place ads at the airport luggage bins… read more

What’s in Your Kitchen?  A Week in Recalls: Raw Beef, Fish Paste, Salad Bowls, Almond Butter, Cauliflower Products, Chicken Wraps, and Ground Turkey

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | December 21, 2018

MakeFoodSafe.com 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

Mutagenesis is a GMO (Says European Court)

Food Policy,Food Safety | December 21, 2018

A decision from the European Court of Justice has decided that genetically distinct plants achieved through new plant breeding techniques like mutagensis qualify as genetically modified organisms. What is the idea behind Mutagenesis? The Court’s Decision The decision has implications… read more

I Love Honey Day

Food Safety,Our Blog | December 18, 2018

As the holiday season gets in full swing and people are already patiently waiting for Santa to appear, there is a real buzz swirling around at the moment. It is hard to not be caught up as this is the… read more

Source in Romaine Lettuce E coli Outbreak FOUND!

E. coli,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | December 17, 2018

CDC and FDA have identified a farm in Santa Barbara County of California that has the same strain of e coli in its reservoir as identified in the latest romaine lettuce e coli outbreak. But more is still to come…. read more