Food Safety News - February 8, 2017 Unknown volume of beef jerky recalled because of no inspection

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Unknown volume of beef jerky recalled because of no inspection

By News Desk

Johnson's Sausage Shoppe Inc. is recalling "an undetermined amount" of beef jerky sold under three brands after state inspectors found evidence it had been shipped without being properly inspected. The Class I recall, posted Monday by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, states that no confirmed illnesses have been reported in connection... Continue Reading

Food safety rules likely to dodge the regulatory reform bullet

By Dan Flynn

Federal food safety agencies were not planning on drafting much in the way of new regulations in 2017, which might turn out to be a lucky stroke. The only new regulations now on the horizon that are remotely related to food safety will implement the GMO labeling scheme adopted by Congress this past year. It gives... Continue Reading

Bipartisan vote crushes Virginia bill to legalize raw milk sales

By News Desk

Republicans and Democrats joined forces in a committee of the Virginia House of Delegates to defeat an attempt to legalize the sale of raw, unpasteurized milk by a vote of more than two to one. The 6-15 vote against House Bill 2030 saw all six votes in favor cast by Republican members of the Committee... Continue Reading

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