Food Safety News - July 25, 2018 Renown UC-Davis researcher Trevor Suslow joins PMA staff

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Renown UC-Davis researcher Trevor Suslow joins PMA staff

By News Desk

Known in the food safety arena for his work in fresh produce research, Trevor Suslow has signed on as vice president of food safety for the Produce Marketing Association. Suslow will start with the Newark, DE, non-profit in October, according to a news release from PMA. The move concludes a 23-year stint at the University... Continue Reading

FDA, producer release few details about recalled whey powder

By Coral Beach

It is not known how many food companies used potentially contaminated whey powder in their products; it is not known how many pounds of the whey powder have been recalled; it is not known how many foods will be recalled because of the whey powder — that is, the public doesn't know. Federal officials and... Continue Reading

Brazil calls for end to European Union's poultry restrictions

By Joe Whitworth

Brazil has again raised the issue of the European Union’s restrictions on poultry products during a World Trade Organization meeting. The South American country also questioned restrictions imposed by Panama and Russia. Restrictions affect Brazilian exporters of meat from domestic hooved animals, poultry and rabbits, as well as minced meat, meat preparations and mechanically separated... Continue Reading

Senate holds confirmation hearing, but not for key food safety post

By Dan Flynn

Senators Pat Roberts, D-KS, and Debbie Stabenow, D-MI, were beaming Tuesday during the first agricultural committee hearing since the Farm Bill passed. Roberts, chair of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Forestry, and Nutrition, was so proud he kept asking to be reminded that the Farm Bill, now in conference, passed the Senate by an 86... Continue Reading

Campbell Co. recalls Pepperidge Farm Goldfish in Canada

By News Desk

The Campbell Co. of Canada is recalling Pepperidge Farm brand Goldfish crackers because of possible Salmonella contamination. Canadian officials did not report the source of the potential contamination, but a U.S. Goldfish recall says a whey powder ingredient is to blame. In Canada, one flavor of Goldfish crackers are subject to recall — Goldfish Flavour... Continue Reading

Pepperidge Farm recalls Goldfish because of whey powder

By News Desk

Pepperidge Farm Inc. has recalled four flavors of its Goldfish crackers because they were made with a whey powder ingredient that has been recalled for potential Salmonella contamination. The Goldfish cracker recall includes 18 separate package styles of four flavors — Flavor Blasted Xtra Cheddar; Flavor Blasted Sour Cream & Onion; Goldfish Baked with Whole... Continue Reading

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