Food Safety News - April 10, 2017 Pride and Joy Creamery again filling retail orders for raw milk

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Pride and Joy Creamery again filling retail orders for raw milk

By Dan Flynn

Pride & Joy Creamery was back to bottling its organic grass-fed raw milk on or about  April 4 after the Toppenish, WA dairy handled the scare resulting from E. coli being found in its plastic jugs collected from retail shelves. "We want to assure everyone that no one has been sick from drinking our milk,"... Continue Reading

Nine days in March shows FDA is busy with warning letters

By News Desk

Food and Drug Administration warning letters sent out from March 15 to 24, 2017 show the agency continues to target a multitude of practices that it finds  not in compliance. On March 15, FDA sent a warning letter to Country Favor Inc. in Maspeth, NY over the seafood importer's "serious violations" of the seafood Hazard... Continue Reading

Not a lot of outsider demand for meetings with "acting" agency heads

By News Desk

Al Almanza and Carmen Rottenberg are keeping the coffee hot at the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) but they are not getting many takers during this transition in government period. Almanza, the acting deputy undersecretary for USDA's food safety office who also doubles as FSIS administrator, and Rottenberg, who has... Continue Reading

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