Food Safety News - April 4, 2017 Is the FDA really gagged on cheese?

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Is the FDA really gagged on cheese?

By Dr. Richard Raymond

Editor’s note: This column by Richard Raymond, a medical doctor and the former undersecretary for the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service, was originally published by Feedstuffs FoodLink on March 22 and is posted here with permission of the author. Unless you live under a rock, you probably know that there has been a huge cheese... Continue Reading

States need $100M more for Food Safety Modernization Act

By Dan Flynn

President Trump may have proposed a "skinny budget" for most domestic spending, including food and agricultural program for the next fiscal year, but nobody is taking it seriously. Congress always reacts to presidential budgets with the same three words: "Dead on Arrival." For more serious guide posts, it’s always better to look at what the serious... Continue Reading

Undeclared allergens a leading cause of food recalls in U.S.

By News Desk

Food recalls related to illness outbreaks tend to get a lot of headlines, but undeclared allergens in foods continue to be a leading cause of recalls. In the past 60 days, there have been 44 food recalls posted by the Food and Drug Administration, with 19 of them for undeclared allergens. That would have by... Continue Reading

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