Food Safety News - January 27, 2017 Raymond to Perdue: Top food safety candidate is in your backyard

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Raymond to Perdue: Top food safety candidate is in your backyard

By Dan Flynn

The pairing of Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue with Michael Doyle as USDA's undersecretary for food safety might seem like a natural. Perdue is a former Georgia governor and Doyle is the University of Georgia's Regents Professor of Food Microbiology. Doyle recently stepped down as the head of UGA's Center for Food Safety, which he... Continue Reading

Cookie dough producer on notice from FDA for Listeria issues

By Coral Beach

Thomas and Nancy Lundeen may never look at Groundhog's Day the same again. They've got until then to respond to an FDA warning letter about Listeria in their cookie dough and production plant — give or take a day depending on how long it took an overnight service to deliver the letter. The Lundeens are... Continue Reading

Federal hiring freeze disrupts USDA's food safety testing

By Coral Beach

As the federal government continues the transition that comes every time a new administration moves into the White House, a hiring freeze and an order from President Donald Trump that temporarily puts new regulations on hold are having varying consequences for food safety efforts. Officials at the Food and Drug Administration said the president's pause... Continue Reading

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