Food Safety News - June 1, 2017 EU agency looks at substances in food for newborns

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EU agency looks at substances in food for newborns

By News Desk

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) approach for assessing substances found in food intended for infants younger than 16 has been updated to take into account for newborns’ unique diets. The change will further support European Union decision-making on the safety of food for this age group, the agency has announced. The guidance will apply from now... Continue Reading

Batistas agree to pay largest 'leniency fine' in Brazil's history

By Dan Flynn

Beef brothers Joesley and Wesley Batista appear to be surviving the scandal that may bring down Brazilian President Michel Temer. However, shareholder challenges and reviews by U.S. regulators could still be ahead for the meatpackers in the weeks ahead. However, their J&F Investments, the largest shareholder of worldwide meatpacker JBS SA, has agreed to pay a $3.2... Continue Reading

Smucker recalls Ardent Mills flour in U.S. because of E. coli

By Coral Beach

An E. coli outbreak in Canada traced to flour produced by Colorado-based Ardent Mills Corp. spurred Smucker Foods to recall three brands of flour distributed across the United States. Corporate attention has been so captivated by recall activities that officials have not had time to estimate how much flour has been recalled, a spokeswoman with... Continue Reading

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