Food Safety News - February 17, 2017 Juicing is healthy, but easily contaminated by pathogens

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Juicing is healthy, but easily contaminated by pathogens

By Cookson Beecher

So many fruits. So many veggies. So little time. That's the dilemma that people who want to eat as healthy as possible face. After all, who really has the time to eat the recommended 5 to 9 servings of fruits or vegetables — 2 1/2 cups of veggies and two cups of fruit — each... Continue Reading

January saw few outside meetings for top food safety officials

By News Desk

The federal government's transition month of January saw only a handful of meetings involving top food safety officials and members of the public. Both the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and U.S. Food and Drug Administration report on meetings between their top officials and people outside the government. FSIS reports on those meetings... Continue Reading

Saputo pulls gouda from stores in latest Listeria recall

By News Desk

Multi-national dairy giant Saputo Inc. is the latest company to issue a nationwide recall of its cheese products because state inspectors found Listeria monocytogenes in another brand of cheese made by a Saputo supplier. Montreal-based Saputo is recalling specialty gouda cheese packaged under two brands — Great Midwest and Dutchmark. The Great Midwest branded cheese... Continue Reading

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