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Britain issues warning about 'Brexit virus' in EU pork products

By News Desk

Just in time for summer, there's a new warning out in Britain over the "Brexit virus," so named because the pork sausages making people sick are said to originate mostly from pig farms in France, Holland, Germany and Denmark. In other words, the danger is coming from countries in the European Union that Britain through... Continue Reading

Faces of Food Safety: Meet Rita Hurst of the FSIS

By U.S. Department of Agriculture

Editor's note: This is a recent installment in a series of employee profiles being published by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety Inspection Service. Rita Hurst has worked for FSIS for 33 years. She began her FSIS career at Establishment P-2178 in Georgetown, DE, as a USDA helper — a plant employee who helps... Continue Reading

FDA warns NJ food firm to clean up or risk forced closure

By News Desk

Neither management nor employees at a New Jersey food manufacturing plant understand the basics of food safety, according to federal officials who described conditions at Products Africana Inc. as "egregious" recently. Problems included live and dead insects on food and food mixing equipment, live and dead rodents, patches of mold measured in square yards, and... Continue Reading

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