Food Safety News - May 11, 2017 Poisoned in paradise: Rat lungworm nightmare in Hawaii

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Poisoned in paradise: Rat lungworm nightmare in Hawaii

By Coral Beach

Whether state officials have downplayed the danger of rat lungworm parasites, the fact remains that Hawaii is in the midst of an outbreak that has given at least three people from the mainland lasting impressions of the island state. The mainlanders — a California couple on their honeymoon and a Seattle woman who was set... Continue Reading

Almost 3 tons of turkey, ham Monte Cristo kabobs recalled

By News Desk

Although the supplier was not named by the government, it appears that another product made with french toast produced at a Pinnacle Foods Inc. plant have sparked another recall because of Listeria monocytogenes. Kabob's Acquisition Inc., of Lake City, GA, is recalling almost 6,000 pounds of "Kabobs Monte Cristo Turkey Breast, Ham And Cheese Sandwich"... Continue Reading

FSMA tops 'Hot Topics' at 2017 Food Safety Summit keynote

By Dan Flynn

CHICAGO — On a keynote panel mostly about the angst being felt around food safety, Costco's Craig Wilson was the calmest guy in the house. And why not? When Wilson, Costco Wholesale Corporation's vice president for food safety, asked those in the 1,000-seat theater if any of them had Costco cards, half to two-thirds raised their hands.... Continue Reading

Nacho cheese sauce suspected in California botulism outbreak

By News Desk

Nacho cheese sauce is the likely suspect in a botulism outbreak among patrons of a gas station in California, according to public health officials in Sacramento County. In addition to narrowing the scope of possible sources, the Sacramento County Public Health Department announced Wednesday that another patient with suspected foodborne botulism has been added to... Continue Reading

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