Food Safety News - February 1, 2017 Seven-layer dip to die for? Keep your Super Bowl buffet safe

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Seven-layer dip to die for? Keep your Super Bowl buffet safe

By Francine L. Shaw

The holidays have come and gone, and many of us have started the countdown to kickoff Sunday at NRG Stadium in Houston. Like so many Americans, I get pretty excited about the Super Bowl – especially if my home team, Pittsburgh, is playing. Now, I'm not going to profess tremendous knowledge about football, but I do... Continue Reading

Alleged pig abuse at The Maschhoffs shown in activists' video

By News Desk

A video that appears to show pigs being abused at an Oklahoma hog farm has prompted investigations by its owners and the Hormel Food Co., which it supplies. Hormel, makers of Spam, bacon, chili and other products, is looking into the Oklahoma facility, which is owned by The Maschhoffs LLC, large a hog production company... Continue Reading

Montana lawmaker again pushing for unpasteurized milk sales

By News Desk

Against the recommendations of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, a state representative is trying for a third time to muster support for legalizing the sale of unpasteurized raw milk in the state. Introduced by Rep. Nancy Ballance, a Republican, House Bill 325 would allow herd- and animal-share programs to distribute raw... Continue Reading

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