Food Safety News - March 13, 2018 FDA finding could reinstate cross-Atlantic shellfish trade

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FDA finding could reinstate cross-Atlantic shellfish trade

By News Desk

Imported molluscan shellfish from Europe are as safe as if they were harvested off Puget Sound or Massachusetts Bay, according to a Food and Drug Administration finding. FDA's equivalence determination means two-way raw shellfish trade across the Atlantic is likely to be back on after a lapse of almost eight years. "I plan to announce... Continue Reading

Starwest Botanicals recalls organic cardamom for Salmonella

By News Desk

Starwest Botanicals Inc. of Sacramento, CA, is recalling whole, green “Starwest Botanicals Organic Cardamom Pods” because of possible Salmonella contamination, according to a recall notice posted on the FDA’s website. The recalled organic cardamom is packaged in 1-pound mylar bags and in bulk packs. It was sold between Jan. 15 and March 2. The 1-pound size is not currently available on the company website,... Continue Reading

90 percent of farmers in Ireland unaware of animal pathogens

By News Desk

Nine out of 10 farmers in Ireland are unaware that healthy animals can be a source of infection people, including their families. More than half don't know that they can pick up diseases from sick poultry or pets, according to a survey. Further, more than 40 percent of more than 1,000 Irish farmers surveyed drink... Continue Reading

Food bank recalls 11 tons of chia seeds for rodent droppings

By News Desk

An Oregon company apparently donated more than 11 tons of chia seeds to a food bank in the Feeding America network after it discovered there was "evidence of rodent activity" in its stock. The Oregon Food Bank Network initiated a recall yesterday of the 22,201 pounds of chia seeds donated by Live Local Organic of... Continue Reading

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