Food Safety News - March 8, 2018 IAFP announces 2018 workshop topics; sets registration date

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IAFP announces 2018 workshop topics; sets registration date

By News Desk

The International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) has announced the workshop lineup for its annual conference, set for this summer, and will begin taking workshop registrations March 20. The event is set for July 8-11 in Salt Lake City. The IAFP hosts the annual event to provide information on current and emerging food safety issues, the latest science, and innovative solutions to new... Continue Reading

Another Listeria death recorded; Australian 'discussion' is weak

By Dr. Douglas Powell

Editor’s note: This opinion column was originally posted on on March 7, 2018. I've always believed in don't complain, create. When I didn't like the university newspaper I was editor of, I created my own — along with others. When I didn't like my higher education, I created my own path to a PhD. I... Continue Reading

More fraud in Brazil food industry; labs falsified pathogen tests

By Catharine Huddle

Brazilian police made new arrests this week in an investigation into a meat scandal that erupted last year. This time the target of “Operation Weak Flesh” is laboratories accused of covering up salmonella in products from food giant BRF SA, also known as Brazil Foods. “The investigation showed that five laboratories and the company’s analysis... Continue Reading

Kentucky reports hep A death; Waffle House worker positive

By Coral Beach

New hepatitis A infections continue to be diagnosed in Kentucky where almost 150 people have been confirmed with the virus. Health officials reported the state's first death in the outbreak that has killed more than 40 people nationwide. More bad news hit the headlines in the Bluegrass State this week as the Ashland-Boyd County Health... Continue Reading

Raw Basic's recalls raw, frozen Tucker's pet food for Salmonella

By News Desk

Raw Basics LLC is recalling its Tucker's branded, raw, frozen pork-bison pet food after Nebraska officials found a sample to be contaminated with Salmonella. There is concern that consumers may have the recalled pet food in their homes because it is sold frozen and has a long shelf life. The recalled Tucker's pork-bison pet food... Continue Reading

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