Food Safety News - June 5, 2018 No common denominator yet for E. coli patients in Tennessee

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No common denominator yet for E. coli patients in Tennessee

By News Desk

County officials in Knoxville, TN, are investigating a cluster of E. coli infections among several children in the area, but they don't have enough information yet to issue a public warning. Dr. Martha Buchanan, director of the Knox County Health Department, told WATE-TV, Channel 6, the only similarity epidemiologists have found so far is that... Continue Reading

Inbox fills while Senate drags out confirmation for Breshears

By Dan Flynn

The U.S. Senate hasn’t scheduled her confirmation hearing yet. A local radio disc jockey has called her a “pink slime denier.” But, nothing really terrible has happened to Mindy Brashears in the past month. Since May 10, the professor and director of the International Center for Food Industry Excellence at Texas Tech University has also been... Continue Reading

UK recognizing work of 'the people who protect your plate'

By News Desk

The Food Standards Agency (FSA) is celebrating National Food Safety Week in the United Kingdom by recognizing the work of FSA staff and thousands of others across the food supply chain working behind-the-scenes to ensure that food is safe and what it says it is. Under the banner of “the people who protect your plate,”... Continue Reading

Don Lee Farms recalls hamburger sold to school lunch program

By News Desk

A Texas company is recalling more than 17 tons of ground beef it sold to the  USDA for use by the National School Lunch Program because of complaints about pieces of hard white plastic pieces in the meat. The fully-cooked ground beef products from Goodman Food Products of Mansfield, TX, which does business as Don... Continue Reading

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