Food Safety News - June 12, 2017 Importer warned to step up verification on smoked fish

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Importer warned to step up verification on smoked fish

By News Desk

An importer in Southern California is on notice from the FDA for failing to take required steps to assure that the smoked salmon and mackerel it brings into the U.S. have been produced in accordance with food safety regulations. Staff from the Food and Drug Administration inspected the Van Nuys, CA, location of B&I Overseas... Continue Reading

U.S. cattlemen see opportunity to reopen JBS anti-trust issue

By News Desk

Some U.S. cattle ranchers are seeing an opportunity in the way JBS Corp. has gotten itself tied up in Brazil's political scandal. JBS USA is the wholly owned subsdiary of JBS S.A., the Brazilian corporation that is the world's largest fresh beef and pork processor with sales of $52.3 billion in 2016, The cattlemen are... Continue Reading

Crummy situation: Massive food recalls for labeling error

By Coral Beach

Millions of pounds of food — packaged under major brands including Libby's, Tyson and Chef Boyardee and ranging from canned spaghetti and meatballs to frozen, ready-to-eat chicken strips — are under recall in the U.S. and Canada because of a labeling error by an unidentified bread crumb supplier. The recalls started Thursday with an 87-ton... Continue Reading

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