Food Safety News - December 1, 2017 Moratorium targets Atlantic salmon farming on Puget Sound

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Moratorium targets Atlantic salmon farming on Puget Sound

By Dan Flynn

Citing the potential of a threat to native salmon populations, King County Executive Dow Constantine wants the county’s council to enact a six-month moratorium on new Atlantic salmon fish farming facilities along the county’s unincorporated marine shoreline on Puget Sound. "The hundreds of thousands of farmed, invasive Atlantic salmon that spilled into the Salish Sea in August... Continue Reading

More restaurant patrons exposed to hepatitis A in Detroit

By Coral Beach

Detroit public health officials posted back to back notices Wednesday and Thursday urging patrons of two restaurants to seek medical attention because they may have been exposed to the hepatitis A virus. Customers of a McDonald's restaurant and the Greektown Casino are at risk, according to notices posted this week by the Detroit Health Department.... Continue Reading

Briefly: Summit No. 20 — Twitter chitchat — World of recalls

By News Desk

Every hour of every day people around the world are living with and working to resolve food safety issues. Here is a sampling of current headlines for your consumption, brought to you today with the support of Alchemy Systems. Spread joy, not germs On Dec. 6 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will host a Twitter... Continue Reading

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