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What’s in Your Kitchen? A Week in Recalls: Muffins, Corned Beef, Ground Beef, Cough Syrup, Nut Mix, Potato Chips, and Chicken Strips

Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | March 24, 2019 would like to help you keep your family safe from unsafe foods.  Each week we bring together a list of the current recalls.  Putting recalled lots, UPC codes, and contact information for recalled products in one convenient place helps… read more

Caring for Someone with Food Poisoning

Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | March 19, 2019

It is the worst feeling in the world to see your loved one hurt or sick and not know how to help them or feel powerless to make them feel better.  Sometimes there is something that you can do.  Ice… read more

Could the Keto Diet Up Your Food Poisoning Risk?

Our Blog | March 2, 2019

Could your fad diet make you more susceptible to foodborne infection?  Research studies say yes.  A University College Cork study in Ireland took a look at high fat diets and susceptibility to Listeria monocytogenes infection. Could there be a Keto… read more

Scrape Off the Mold or Toss the Jar?

Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog | March 1, 2019

Theresa May is fully jam-packed right now, with some consequential decisions in line covering Brexit and all that, but when it comes to the actual jam – the kind that is made from fruits – she knows exactly what to… read more

Global Warming Can Cause Food Poisoning

Food Policy,Food Safety,Our Blog | February 25, 2019

Global warming is not a myth, but rather a harsh reality. It’s repercussions on mankind are obvious and one of them is an increase in the number of food poisoning cases. Global warming causing food poisoning? You would be surprised. A… read more

Wild Game Feast Food Poisoning in Iowa

Food Safety,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | February 25, 2019

Last weekend, several people in the town of Swisher, Iowa became sickened after eating wild game at the Swisher Men’s Club annual event. The type of meats consumed included deer, turkey nuts, hog nuts, elk meatloaf, rabbit, raccoon, pheasant, turtle,… read more

Georgia College Shuts Down Dining Facilities Following Reported Illnesses

Food Safety,Norovirus,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | February 18, 2019

Food poisoning isn’t exactly the kind of thing the average college student has time to worry about. In the midst of flu season, tests, papers, and projects, Middle Georgia health officials issued an investigation after several students at Georgia College… read more

Bruce Who? Raw Milk From Pennsylvania Linked to Brucella Infection

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls,Raw Milk | February 12, 2019

Raw milk is in the news again, with an outbreak no less. Is it Listeria? E. coli? Salmonella? Nope.  This time for an illness known as Brucella. And not just any Brucella, but one that is resistant to first-line drugs… read more

Possible Food Poisoning Outbreak at Barbarie’s Black Angus Grill in Danbury

Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | January 5, 2019

When we go out to a restaurant, we normally do so with expectation that the food provided there will be tasty, enjoyable, and most importantly: not give us food poisoning. However, according to news reports, officials have been investigating a… 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