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E. coli Outbreak Leads to Closure of Additional Daycare Centers in Calgary, Canada

September 18, 2023

In a concerning development, the outbreak of E. coli infections in Calgary, Canada, has prompted the closure of additional daycare centers as the number of confirmed patients continues to rise....

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Spanish Authorities Seize 28 Tons of Unsafe Food

September 15, 2023

Spanish Authorities Crack Down on Food Safety Violations: 28 Tons of Unfit Food Seized Madrid, September 14, 2023 - In a sweeping operation spanning multiple provinces, Spanish authorities have seized...

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Paqui Recalls ‘One Chip Challenge’ After Teen’s Death in USA

September 13, 2023

Paqui, a subsidiary of The Hershey Company and the maker of the infamous 'One Chip Challenge,' has announced the immediate removal of its product from store shelves following the tragic...

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Authorities Issue Warning About Unsafe Seaweed Tonic in New Zealand

September 12, 2023

New Zealand Food Safety has issued a warning urging the public not to consume a seaweed tonic known as "NZ Focuidan" due to concerns about its safety. Although there have...

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E. Coli Outbreak Linked to Daycare Centers in Canada: Nearly 100 Affected

September 7, 2023

In a concerning development, a significant E. coli outbreak has been traced back to daycare centers in Calgary, Alberta, with nearly 100 confirmed cases, including children and adults. The outbreak...

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Texas Introduces New Food Safety Laws for Enhanced Dining Experience

September 7, 2023

The Lone Star State has introduced two pivotal pieces of legislation aimed at bolstering food safety and streamlining regulations to benefit its vibrant food service industry. With an implementation date...

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University of Arkansas E. Coli Outbreak Appears to Be Waning

September 5, 2023

In a recent update, the Arkansas Department of Health has informed officials at the University of Arkansas that the E. coli outbreak, which has affected the community in recent weeks,...

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Health Alerts in Hong Kong: Multiple Cases of Food Poisoning Linked to Diverse Foods

September 2, 2023

Public health officials in Hong Kong are grappling with a series of recent food poisoning incidents linked to various food items, raising concerns about food safety across the city. Suspected...

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CDC USA Observes National Food Safety Education Month for raising consumer awareness

September 1, 2023

Every September, we come together to observe Food Safety Education Month, a time dedicated to raising awareness about the crucial importance of safe food practices. With an estimated 1 in...

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Listeria Contamination in Raw Milk Prompts Closure of a Dairy

August 25, 2023

Trumansburg, New York - In response to a concerning discovery, New York state officials have issued a public warning regarding raw milk produced by Remembrance Farm, operated by Nathaniel Thompson....

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Tragedy Sparks Call for Warning Labels on Protein Shakes Following Teen’s Death

August 19, 2023

In a heartbreaking incident that occurred on August 15, 2020, 16-year-old Rohan Godhania of Ealing, west London, lost his life due to a rare medical condition triggered by the consumption...

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FDA Intensifies Import Actions on Certain Foods Due to Lead, Pesticides, and Undeclared Colors

August 18, 2023

In a move to ensure the safety and quality of imported foods, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced a significant increase in import actions targeting specific food products...

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Protecting the safety and interests of consumers, NZ implement more stringent food Import rules

August 7, 2023

In a bid to safeguard consumer safety and interests, New Zealand has introduced stricter regulations governing the import of food products. Starting this month, New Zealand has implemented stricter requirements...

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“Cadbury’s New Raspberry and Hazelnut Tart Chocolate Bar: A Divisive Delight Among Chocoholics”

August 6, 2023

Cadbury's latest creation, the Raspberry and Hazelnut Tart chocolate bar, is a collaboration with a top chef and has stirred up a mixed response among chocolate enthusiasts. While the limited-edition...

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New Zealand Introduces Mandatory Pregnancy Warning Labels on Alcoholic Drinks to Prevent Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

August 4, 2023

In a significant move to address the health risks associated with alcohol consumption during pregnancy, New Zealand has implemented a pioneering initiative requiring warning labels on alcoholic beverages. These labels,...

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FSSAI Unveils “Food O Copoeia” – The Ultimate Guide to Food Regulations, Revolutionizing Corporate Compliance in India

July 29, 2023

  In a significant move towards enhancing food safety standards and fostering corporate compliance in India, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) has launched "Food-‘O’-copoeia," an all-encompassing...

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Brothers Sentenced for Selling Counterfeit Cranberry Sauce: Food Safety and Trademark Breach Result in Conviction

July 27, 2023

Two brothers were sentenced in a landmark food fraud case for their involvement in the sale of thousands of jars of counterfeit cranberry sauce, resulting in significant violations of trademark...

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India’s Ban on Rice Exports Threatens Global food Prices and International Consumers trigged panic buying

July 25, 2023

India's partial ban on rice exports adds to global food crisis worries. Aimed at improving domestic availability and lowering prices, concerns arise over its impact on international markets. India's recent...

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Deadly Listeria Outbreak Strikes Washington State: 3 Fatalities and 5 Hospitalized.

July 24, 2023

Health authorities in the Puget Sound region have reported five instances of listeriosis, a bacterial infection, and suspect that they likely originated from a common unidentified food source. All individuals...

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“Food Fraud Exposed: 27 Arrested in Lithuania and Italy for Reintroducing Millions of Expired Products into the European Supply Chain”

July 18, 2023

Law enforcement authorities across multiple EU Member States have successfully dismantled a criminal network that was involved in the illicit reintroduction of expired food products into the supply chain. This...

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Unveiling the Aspartame Controversy: Is it safe to consume aspartame or other sweeteners present in food and beverages?

July 16, 2023

Article By: Mansi Nautiyal Background The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) has designated aspartame, a widely used sweetener, as a "possible" human carcinogen (class 2B), contrasting its classification...

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Sharp Surge: Cyclospora Parasite Outbreak Sees Patient Count Soar by Over 200

July 16, 2023

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been closely monitoring a large-scale outbreak of cyclospora parasite infections, which has witnessed a significant rise in the number of affected...

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McDonald’s and other food chain outlets need contracted, co-operative farming for constant supply, price stability, and to assure the quality and safety of ingredients from farm to fork level- GFCF

July 8, 2023

McDonald’s has removed tomatoes from its burgers, wraps, and salads in some restaurants in India The problem was due to quality issues in the supply chain, and pricing Tomato prices...

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New research raised concerns about the consumer safety and regulatory status of sucralose

June 22, 2023

By- Christina Sandra Singh Sucralose is an artificial, non-caloric sweetener and a sugar substitute with a code number of E955 on food labels. It is largely considered that sucralose is...

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Strawberry recall has been extended into the USA due to hepatitis A Contamination.

June 19, 2023

Cascade International Food has recalled 35,000 pounds of Fresh Organic Freezer Strawberries due to hepatitis A contamination. As of June 13, the outbreak had infected nine people in three states....

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FDA issued second procedural notice to conduct consumer research on front-of-package labelling of packaged food products

June 17, 2023

By- Christina Sandra Singh The FDA has issued a second procedural notice of 30 days to conduct  quantitative research on front-of-package labelling of packaged food products. Front-of-Package (FOP) labels highlight...

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Flesh-Eating Bacteria from Raw Oysters Linked to Death of a Missouri Man.

June 15, 2023

A 54-year-old Missouri man passed away after consuming a flesh-eating bacterium while eating raw oysters. The St. Louis County Department of Public Health revealed in a press statement that the...

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Ground Beef Linked to Salmonella Outbreak in the U.S.

June 15, 2023

26 confirmed instances of Salmonella infections linked to ground beef have been found by the Illinois Department of Health. The dates of illness beginning span from April 25 to May...

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Safety Fears Prompt UK Authorities to not use Plastic Utensils with Bamboo and Plant-Based Components.

June 14, 2023

Businesses have been warned not to sell plastic food contact materials (FCMs) made of bamboo and other plant-based materials by the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA),Through the UK risk analysis...

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Listeria Contamination Forces Recall of 16 Tons of Organic Pineapple Chunks in the USA.

June 13, 2023

32,400 pounds of organic pineapple chunks have been recalled by SunOpta Grains and Foods Inc. of Eden Prairie, Minnesota due to the possibility of Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The recall was published...

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The Recall of Salad Mixes has been extended in the USA due to the presence of metal.

June 12, 2023

Several Fresh location salad mixes have been recalled by The H.T. Hackney Company of Indianapolis, IN because they might contain metal. Distribution of the goods took place in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan,...

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Urgent warning to parents : Consuming slush ice drinks in excess, cause adverse health effect on children

June 12, 2023

There is a rise in the number of children being admitted to hospital in 3rd June, 2023, after drinking too many of the flavored frozen drinks in United Kingdom. It is...

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The onion powder recall has been extended in the USA due to Salmonella.

June 11, 2023

A recall of 42,764 pounds of Onion Powder Premium has been issued by Olam Food Ingredients of Firebaugh, California because the product may be contaminated with salmonella. The recall was...

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FAO launches a comprehensive and accessible toolbox for food safety compliance.

June 9, 2023

A useful, and easily accessible toolkit has been released by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations to assist all those working in the food industry in adhering...

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New proposed bill in California demands two mandatory dates of labelling for quality and safety of food products to reduce food waste

June 6, 2023

By- Christina Sandra Singh AB 660, a new Californian bill is proposed to reduce overall food loss and wastage in both supermarkets and at home level where food products are...

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Singapore Authorities Suspend Operations of a Food Business Linked to Nearly 90 Illnesses.

June 4, 2023

By Shraddha Parakh Authorities in Singapore have halted operations of a food business after it was connected to nearly 90 illnesses. Between May 17 and May 29, 89 individuals reported...

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Recent study reveals, dangerous level of toxic metals found in many beverages in USA.

June 4, 2023

By- Christina Sandra Singh A recent study conducted by Tulane University, USA, found that many brands of soda, fruit juices, and plant-based milk at your U.S. grocery stores may be...

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Botulinum outbreak reported in Vietnam due to Pok sausage consumption

June 3, 2023

According to Vietnam officials, six cases of botulism have been reported in May in Ho Chi Minh City and are being treated at Cho Ray Hospital. Botulinum poisoning is an...

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New Shellfish biotoxin alert issued by New Zealand Food Safety Authority.

June 3, 2023

New Zealand Food Safety has issued a public health warning against gathering shellfish from Port Underwood in the Marlborough region. The region's shoreline stretches from Rununder Point to Rarangi. Regular...

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Malaysian Health Ministry Confirms Recalled Instant Noodles over cancer concerns are safe to eat.

June 1, 2023

On May 9, Malaysia's health ministry announced that two types of instant noodles; Penang Ah Lai White Curry Noodles and Indomie Special Chicken Flavour Instant Noodles. But now, The Ministry of...

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Singapore recalls infant food due to high arsenic levels.

May 30, 2023

The SFA has issued a recall of three of the products namely Wen's Baby Cereal Puree Whitebait and Pumpkin, Wen's Baby Cereal Puree Whitebait and Purple Sweet Potato, and Holle...

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California Restaurant Norovirus Outbreak: Nearly 100 Affected by Contagious Illness.

May 29, 2023

The San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department estimates that 100 people have fallen ill as a result of a norovirus outbreak in a California restaurant. The Public Health Department received...

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Duo Sentenced with Suspended Prison Terms for Selling Salmonella-Contaminated Eggs.

May 29, 2023

Incident: Recently, In the Netherlands, two men were sentenced to six months in prison for their roles in the sale of Salmonella-contaminated eggs. The implicated company's director and manager were also...

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Chipotle restaurant chain in US adopt RFID technology to improve food traceability.

May 26, 2023

Radio-frequency identification technology is being used more extensively by Chipotle Mexican Grill to track ingredients in real-time from suppliers to restaurants. The fast-food restaurant chain has asked all our suppliers to...

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European Consumers Struggle for Social Security in the Face of Rising Food Prices

May 25, 2023

Christina Paramar The issues of social security and food security have become increasingly difficult for Europe in recent years. The area is trying to develop solutions that strike a balance...

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Outbreak of E. coli Infections Traced to Fermented Raw Milk in France and Belgium.

May 20, 2023

Five people in France have become ill after ingesting a brand of raw fermented milk. E. coli O26:H11, which produces the Shiga toxin, infected four kids and one adult. The...

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Consumers were warned not to consume or return recalled Cadbury products due to the potential health risk.

May 18, 2023

Cadbury products were recalled in Ireland and UK by MĂŒller due to the presence of Listeria monocytogenes. MĂŒller is requesting customers in the United Kingdom and Ireland who recently purchased...

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WHO advises consumers that, Don’t use sugar substitutes for weight loss

May 17, 2023

The WHO says sugar substitutes will not help with weight loss or diet-related diseases. Evidence from randomized controlled trials included in the review showed that while non-sugar sweeteners may help...

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Shellfish Biotoxin Alert in New Zealand.

May 17, 2023

By Shraddha Parakh New Zealand Food Safety on 10th May issued a public health warning against collecting shellfish from the western half of the Firth of Thames. Paralytic Shellfish Toxins...

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Morel Mushroom-Linked Outbreak Reported in Montana, USA.

May 16, 2023

More people are hospitalized as a result of this outbreak. As of May 3, 2023, a total of 30 people had fallen ill after dining at Dave's Sushi in Bozeman,...

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The CDC warns consumers not to consume any raw products made with flour.

May 4, 2023

In 2016, 2019, 2021, and 2023, CDC investigated illnesses connected to raw flour or cake mix. A few of these inquiries resulted in recalls.  Another element in dough and batter...

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The Indian government revises nutritional standards in its kids food safety programs.

May 2, 2023

The interministerial committee in its draft report suggested making egg servings a requirement for government food safety programs. The National Food Security Act (NFSA), which was passed ten years ago,...

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A child rights organization directs Bournvita to remove misleading ads amid the high sugar content controversy.

May 1, 2023

The maker of the health drink Bournvita, Mondelez India International, has been asked in writing by the National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) to review and remove...

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Canadian government has released an updated policy on Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods.

May 1, 2023

The Canadian government recently updated its policy on Listeria monocytogenes in ready-to-eat foods. A serious illness can be brought on by Listeria monocytogenes, especially in susceptible groups like the elderly, pregnant...

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Bournvita Issue: FSSAI continues to take action against food businesses making false claims.

April 24, 2023

India's Food Safety and Standards Authority takes legal action against food companies that make false claims. This statement comes in the midst of a controversy over Bournvita, which was recently accused...

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2,352 cans of American beer were destroyed by Belgian authorities.

April 24, 2023

2,352 American beer cans labeled as "The Champagne of Beers" were destroyed by Belgian authorities because Champagne is a protected designation of origin (PDO) under European Union law. As a...

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A investigation report revealed that five consumers died and many more were hospitalised as a result of consuming raw milk cheese.

April 20, 2023

Consuming unpasteurized fresh cheese made from tainted cow's milk linked to an outbreak in Italy. This outbreak resulted in the death of five people.   In central Italy, there were...

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Bournvita denies the high sugar content allegations made by a social media influencer.

April 20, 2023

A social media influencer’s allegation that Bournvita, a health drink brand owned by Mondelez India, has a high sugar content has been refuted. In a video, the influencer Revant Himatsingka...

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What caused the largest global rice shortage in 20 years?

April 20, 2023

More than 3.5 billion people around the world, especially in Asia-Pacific, which consumes 90% of the world's rice, have been affected by rising rice prices. This is a result of declining...

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The European Union has added ethylene oxide to the list of pesticides that require monitoring.

April 14, 2023

In an effort to identify the substance that has been the cause of too many recalls, The European Commission has added ethylene oxide to a list of pesticides to be tested....

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Consumer concerns about cell-based food safety: FAO and WHO released a report

April 12, 2023

According to the World Health Organization and the Food and Agriculture Organization Cell-based food production involves growing animal agricultural products directly from cell cultures. The agencies created a report to...

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The Indian government establishes guidelines for the export of halal-certified meat and meat products.

April 11, 2023

The government of India issued a clarification regarding the export of halal-certified meat and products. The products which are produced, processed, and packaged in facilities with certificates issued by the Quality Council...

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The 10 riskiest recalled foods you need to be aware of

April 10, 2023

Consumer Reports lists the foods associated with the most significant recalls and disease outbreaks in recent years. The analysis was done from the year 2017 to the year 2022. The...

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Horse meat is mislabeled and sold as cow meat.

April 9, 2023

The National Police, the Inter-Institutional Unit for the Prevention, Combat, and Suppression of Smuggling, and the Public Ministry conducted an intelligence operation that revealed the horse meat seized in some...

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Research shows that vegan protein supports muscle growth as effectively as animal protein.

April 8, 2023

Majority of people are adopting veganism. However, a question arises that whether vegan proteins can have the same types of muscle size and strength gains as animal proteins. A new...

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Consumer concerns on safety of cell based food-FAO-WHO webinar

April 5, 2023

A milestone document titled "Food safety aspects of cell-based food" was released by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). As...

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Fruit and vegetable market in NZ reduce food waste by selling imperfect produce.

April 4, 2023

Fresh produce that ended up at the Perfectly Imperfect pop-up fruit and vegetable market in west Auckland had imperfections like the carrots are too large, the capsicums are too small,...

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Flour is the cause of the Salmonella outbreak, according to the FDA and CDC.

April 4, 2023

Federal authorities have determined that a Salmonella Infantis outbreak that has sickened people in 11 states is caused by flour. The outbreak was first noted by the FDA on March...

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Nestlé enhance its practices regarding responsible marketing to children.

April 4, 2023

To make balanced diets accessible to people all over the world, NestlĂ© announced that it will strengthen its industry-leading marketing practices. The new rule will be implemented globally starting on July...

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Saudi Arabia has temporarily banned the import of prawns from India.

April 3, 2023

The White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) was discovered in frozen Indian shrimp, as a result, the Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) temporarily ban shrimp imports from India. The White Spot...

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Malaysian woman dies after eating deadly puffer fish delicacy.

April 2, 2023

The 83-year-old Malaysian woman died and her husband ended up in the ICU after consuming pufferfish that contained deadly toxins. Their 51-year-old daughter Ng Ai Lee claimed that their 84-year-old father...

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Sky rocketing prices of egg related products in NZ

April 2, 2023

Food products with egg ingredients cost more and some industries are struggling, not just in New Zealand but globally. Baking muffins and custard squares are no longer an option for...

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EU Health Warning: Cancer-causing substance found in food

April 1, 2023

On March 28, 2023, the EU Food Safety Agency published its assessment. This study focuses on the nitrosamines present in food that pose a risk to the public's health.  These...

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Dunnes store recalls prawn products across Ireland due to undeclared allergens.

March 30, 2023

Two batches of prawn products from the Dunnes store have been recalled due to undeclared allergens. The Dunnes Stores Wild Atlantic Prawns with Smoked Garlic and Herb Butter product were...

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Nestle Good Start Infant Formula has been recalled in Canada.

March 25, 2023

Due to the potential presence of Cronobacter sakazakii bacteria, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency issued a recall of three lots of NestléŸGood Start Soothe, a regular powdered infant formula, on...

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Dairy farmers use TikTok to dispel Veguanary myths

March 24, 2023

Dairy farmers in UK are using TikTok to counter the myths vegans have created about animal cruelty.  Young agricultural professionals are striving to present a more attractive image of the...

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Oysters in Helsinki have been found to be involved in about 150 cases of food poisoning.

March 24, 2023

Around 150 people reported getting sick after eating oysters in restaurants all over Helsinki between February 8 and February 26, 2023.  The Oysters were imported from France and the Netherlands....

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Veg shortages in the UK cause an unexpected rise in inflation.

March 23, 2023

According to official statistics, UK inflation unexpectedly increased last month as vegetable shortages caused food prices to rise at their fastest rate in more than 45 years. The Consumer Prices...

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Pesticides in produce: A report lists the cleanest and dirtiest fruits and vegetables in the US

March 23, 2023

The research was conducted by the Environmental Working Group on pesticides in produce., and nearly 75% of nonorganic fruits and vegetables sold in the U.S. still have residue from potentially...

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National Stratergy UAE 2023-2030: Virtual elimination of trans fats and salt reduction

March 21, 2023

Ministry of Health and Prevention (MOHAP) announced The UAE's National Nutrition Strategy 2022 -2030. Implementation guidelines were released for the same. This strategy aims to "virtually eliminate" trans fats from the...

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Jack Daniel’s in trouble over whiskey fungus in the US

March 21, 2023

The order came after a resident named Christi Long, who lives close to the company’s barrelhouses, filed a suit against the county claiming that a black, sooty fungus — known...

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The UAE national project faces cultural and behavioural challenges.

March 21, 2023

In its efforts to reduce food loss and waste, the National Food Loss and Waste Initiative (Ne'ma), was introduced. this initiative is partnership between The Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court,...

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Ireland to introduce health warning labels on wine

March 21, 2023

The government of Ireland has decided to put mandatory health warning labels on wine bottles but European wine producers are against it and the move is likely to result in...

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Sedgwick Report: Recalled food rate has increased in USA in 2022

March 19, 2023

We have seen a large number of recalls related to food products. Recently a report is released by Sedgwick Organization about the same and to compare rise or fall of...

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A man was fined $17,500 for bringing illegal meat products into the Singapore.

March 18, 2023

For unlawfully importing meat products from Malaysia into Singapore, Zheng Jingpin (Sengkang Trading Enterprise) was fined $17,500 by the court. On June 2, 2022, officers from the Immigration & Checkpoints...

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A Kiwi company has increased the price of Whittaker’s chocolate.

March 18, 2023

The Kiwi company announced that they were increasing the price of Whittaker's chocolate, and the same news was posted on its official Facebook page. The new prices will go into...

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Food prices in New Zealand are rising at the fastest rate in more than 30 years.

March 18, 2023

Food prices are rising rapidly. The current rate is fastest increase in more than 30 years. According to Stats NZ, food prices increased 1.5% from the previous month to be...

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EU Commission adopts regulations to reduce the amount of arsenic in food products.

March 18, 2023

The European Union has made changes in the amount of arsenic level present in certain food products. Lower maximum levels (MLs) are being adopted as a crucial step towards achieving...

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FDA tightens regulations on seafood, stevia, and canned food products.

March 17, 2023

The Food and Drug Administration is using import alerts to enforce American food safety laws for food imported from other nations. The organization updates and changes the alerts as necessary. Recently...

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More than 300,000 cereal and snack packages have been recalled in the USA due to the presence of foreign matter.

March 17, 2023

More than 300,000 ready to eat snacks and cereal packages has been recalled by Catalina Snacks of Lebanon due to foreign matter contamination. The details were published by FDA on...

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UK food companies demand more precise regulations on food labelling

March 15, 2023

After two Pret a Manger customers died from allergic reactions, owner of 11 food companies wrote an open letter urging for clearer regulations on food labelling. Pret is one of the...

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Reliance is relaunching Campa Cola

March 13, 2023

With the entry of Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, Campa-Cola, a well-known soft drink brand in the 1970s and 1980s, faded away.  But now Campa Cola has been relaunched by Reliance Consumer...

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Warning: Honey Bear House Beer cans may contain methamphetamine.

March 13, 2023

Honey Bear House Beer Cans of 473ml are circulating with the people but they are contaminated with methamphetamine. Theas Auckland police investigate the drug's importation, which is hidden in beer...

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A lack of import inspection led to the recall of about 96,000 pounds goat products.

March 13, 2023

Dahlia Imports has recalled approximately 96624 pounds of raw bone in goat products due to the lack of import inspection in the US. The products were imported from Australia to...

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Italy: Three more people have been suspected in the death of Anna Bellisario, who died after consuming food with undeclared allergens.

March 11, 2023

The investigation into the death of Anna Bellisario, a 21-year-old woman who died after eating a vegan tiramisu in a Milan restaurant, is still ongoing.  The dessert was a ready-made...

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A WASSH survey revealed Kraft Heinz has the most unhealthy products.

March 11, 2023

A survey was released by Global Health Group World Action on Salt, Sugar and Health (WASSH). They took a consideration of give global food producers, where it was found that...

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Lidl and Asda begin to lift restrictions on fresh produce in the UK.

March 11, 2023

Supply shortages, high energy costs, weather disruptions were all the factors responsible for restricting purchases of tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers in the UK.  Farmers were struggling with high energy costs, which...

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The FSA’s Food and You Consumer Survey revealed eating habits.

March 10, 2023

Recently biannual survey, ‘Food and You 2’ findings were published by Food Standard Agency (FSA). This survey was officially launched in 2020. It is related to food safety and issues...

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Food Fraud: Investigation into UK supermarket chain for misleading Consumers.

March 10, 2023

Food fraud happens when a food supplier purposefully misleads a customer about the nature and composition of the foods they are buying. Recently food fraud incidence happened where pre packed...

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Swiss regulations force Toblerone to remove the Matterhorn from its packaging.

March 7, 2023

When some of the chocolate's production moves from Switzerland to Slovakia, Toblerone will remove the Matterhorn Mountain peak from its packaging. Toblerone, a mountain-shaped chocolate made from Swiss milk with...

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