Food Safety News - March 10, 2017 2 dead in multi-state Listeria outbreak traced to Vulto cheese

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2 dead in multi-state Listeria outbreak traced to Vulto cheese

By Coral Beach

Two people are dead and four others are confirmed sick with a strain of Listeria monocytogenes found in cheese made from unpasteurized raw milk. Vulto Creamery is recalling the cheese from retailers and distributors nationwide. It's been more than five months since the first outbreak victim became sick on Sept. 1, 2016, but federal officials... Continue Reading

Europe's raw milk vending machines come in for market scrutiny

By News Desk

The full 69-page report — Raw Milk Vending Machine Market – Europe Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2016 – 2024 — goes for $4,000, probably too pricy for most. But the teaser that goes with it from the market research firm ReportLinker has enough to suggest the raw milk vending machine business is... Continue Reading

13 tons of meatballs, chicken fried steak recalled for metal bits

By News Desk

At least two consumers have found pieces of metal in ground beef products from King's Command Foods LLC, spurring the company to recall more than 13 tons of meatballs and chicken fried steaks nationwide. In addition to having been shipped to retailers, some of the recalled products went to U.S. Department of Defense facilities and... Continue Reading

Trump's well-done habits could bode well for food safety

By Brian Ronholm

While it may appear safe to assume that President Trump will have no interest in these issues, determining his impact on the food safety agenda actually will require a nuanced effort. Notwithstanding the tweet complaining about the so-called “food police” and a leaked phone conversation about imposing stricter food safety standards for trade purposes, President... Continue Reading

Canada recalls I.M. Healthy products; no E. coli cases there yet

By News Desk

Following confirmation by Oregon officials that they found E. coli in I.M. Healthy brand soy nut butter Canadian officials issued a recall of the peanut butter substitute and granola containing it. No illnesses in Canada have been linked to the I.M. Healthy brand products from the SoyNut Butter Co., according to the Thursday recall notice... Continue Reading

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