Food Safety News - March 22, 2017 Without inspections, 90 tons of frozen pork dumplings are recalled

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Without inspections, 90 tons of frozen pork dumplings are recalled

By Dan Flynn

The Los Angeles retailer J & Y Dasung, Inc.,  doing business as Som See Neh,  has recalled approximately 178,335 pounds of frozen pork dumpling products that were produced without the benefit of federal inspection, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The frozen pork dumplings items were produced from... Continue Reading

Sonny Perdue set to face Senate ag committee Thursday

By Dan Flynn

Secretary of Agriculture-designate Sonny Perdue will finally get his hearing tomorrow before the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee. President Trump nominated the former Georgia governor to serve as America's 31st Secretary of Agriculture nine weeks ago. It is not clear why there's been such a delay in getting the Committee hearing scheduled. The Senate... Continue Reading

'Filthy Food Bill' draws fire from host of food safety advocates

By Scott Faber

Editor’s note: This opinion column was originally published by the Environmental Working Group under the headline “No Rules? No Food Safety” and reflects the views of Scott Faber, EWG’s vice president of government affairs. Below is a letter on the same topic, sent by several organizations — including EWG, the Consumers Union, the Center for Science in the... Continue Reading

Cryptosporidium outbreak traced to Pennsylvania rescue farm

By News Desk

Eleven confirmed cases of cryptosporidiosis from infection by the microscopic parasite  Cryptosporidium have been traced back to the Heaven on Earth Farm in Easton, PA, according to a spokesperson for the Pennsylvania Department of Health. Heaven on Earth Farm is a non-profit animal rescue farm. Operators flatly denied any connection to the outbreak in a Facebook... Continue Reading

Dozens sick from soy nut butter; FDA mum on manufacturer

By Coral Beach

With the victim count at more than two dozen and expected to increase, lab reports show little doubt that I.M. Healthy brand soy nut butter products are implicated in an ongoing E. coli outbreak, but corporate and government officials are still not saying what other products might also be contaminated. Three states — Oregon, Washington... Continue Reading

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