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Agricultural Practices Defend Against Ecoli with 8 Simple Principles

E. coli,Food Policy,Food Safety | March 2, 2019

There have been plenty of examples of mass produce recalls in the past few years.  There have been some historic record-breaking outbreaks and trends.  Eggs, beef, romaine, romaine, romaine…  You get the jist of it. But how do we prevent… read more

Yes, Raw Flour Can Make You Sick

E. coli,Our Blog | February 10, 2019

You probably already know the foods that are likely to give you food poisoning. Some things are just riskier to eat than others. The big offenders are pretty easy to name – leafy greens, sprouts, and undercooked eggs all spring… read more

Lettuce Industry Wants Answers, Calls for FDA to Get Back to Work

E. coli,Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 18, 2019

The lettuce industry, still licking its wounds from the effects of a series of high-profile outbreaks linked to their products, did not take the recent shutdown of the federal government lightly. The lettuce industry is eager for the FDA to… read more

Yuma Romaine Lettuce Outbreak – It’s the Water

E. coli,Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 10, 2019

The water that’s irrigating our plants is making us sick. At least when it comes to the Yuma Romaine Lettuce outbreak. That’s the upshot of an excellent new investigation from Wired that looks into the spate of food poisoning that… 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

ESBL Ecoli

E. coli | December 12, 2018

Food safety literature is currently dominated by the spread of foodborne illnesses at all stages of the food system. These recent phenomenons have highlighted the importance of successfully coordinating food safety in food preparation to avoid delicious meals turning into… read more

Corn-mazes and Petting Farms Spread E. Coli to You and Your Kids: What You Can Do About it

E. coli,Food Safety,Our Blog | October 30, 2018

With Fall almost over, we can play Monday morning quarterback and take a look at what not to do next year. We’re still in the RedZone of this season, and this play will get you a goal if you practice… read more

Food Safety Changes in the Wake of Ecoli Leafy Greens

E. coli,Outbreaks & Recalls | October 30, 2018

California’s lettuce growers are adjusting their food safety practice in light of the big E. Coli outbreak. No, not the E. coli outbreak that sickened hundreds who had bought lettuce contaminated by an irrigation canal in Yuma, Arizona; another other… read more

Mauna Loa Macadamia Nuts Recalled Over Ecoli Concerns

E. coli,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 25, 2018

The Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corporation is voluntarily recalling several of their different products over fears of E. coli contamination. Here’s what you need to know about this Macadamia Nut recall. The Recall The recall affects all products produced at the… read more