Food Safety News - August 17, 2017 Cattlemen head to RC over country of origin labeling, animal ID, and check-off

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Cattlemen head to RC over country of origin labeling, animal ID, and check-off

By Dan Flynn

Hundreds of ranchers from as many as 20 states will descend on Rapid City, SD, next week for the Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund annual convention. R-CALF, as it’s called, has made a lot of promises on the meeting agenda. Learn how we will reinstate mandatory country-of-origin labeling (COOL). Learn how we will stop the USDA's second... Continue Reading

Washington dairy recalls raw milk after positive test for E. coli

By Coral Beach

A dairy that has a history of pathogen problems is recalling unpasteurized, raw milk because it has tested positive for E. coli, which can cause serious infections, especially in young children. Owners of Spanish Sunrise Dairy in Yacolt, WA, posted the recall Tuesday. The recalled unpasteurized milk has a best-by date of Aug. 23, so... Continue Reading

Recall expanded: Raspberry mousse cakes linked to outbreak

By News Desk

Canadian officials have expanded a recall of raspberry mousse cakes linked to a norovirus outbreak, saying at least six additional provinces are involved, and possibly the entire country. Five brands and unbranded raspberry mousse cakes are included in the recall, originally posted Aug. 11 and expanded Wednesday. "This additional information was identified during the Canadian... Continue Reading

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