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Woolworths Faces Backlash Over Alleged Unfair Pricing in New Loyalty Scheme

February 22, 2024

Controversy Erupts as Woolworths Shoppers Decry Disparities in Loyalty Scheme Pricing Woolworths, formerly known as Countdown, has found itself embroiled in a customer backlash following the launch of its Everyday...

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India Implements Ban on Toluene in Food Packaging Inks for Health and Sustainability

February 22, 2024

In a significant move towards promoting health and sustainability, the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI) have officially prohibited the use...

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FDA Approves Groundbreaking Drug Xolair to Prevent Severe Food Allergic Reactions

February 22, 2024

In a historic move, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted approval for Xolair, the first-ever drug designed to treat individuals with life-threatening food allergies. Xolair, also known...

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Health Canada Approves Sale of Animal-Free Milk Protein, Paving the Way for Innovative Dairy Alternatives

February 21, 2024

Health Canada has granted approval for the sale of Remilk's animal-free milk protein, marking a significant milestone in Canada's alternative protein landscape. Remilk's beta-lactoglobulin (BLG) protein, derived from a genetically...

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Indian States Banned Cotton Candy Here’s why?

February 19, 2024

In India, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry have imposed an immediate ban on the sale of cotton candy, a beloved sweet enjoyed by both children and adults. The ban comes as...

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Plant-Based Salmon Company Revo Foods Succeeded in Lawsuit Over Labeling Dispute

February 19, 2024

In a significant victory for the plant-based food industry, an Austrian court has dismissed a lawsuit brought against Revo Foods by the Vienna City Council concerning the labeling of its...

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Online Grocery Labelling Failures Raise Food Allergy Concerns for Consumers: Call for Regulatory Control

February 17, 2024

In the latest study shedding light on Australia's digital food marketplace, researchers have unveiled alarming gaps in online grocery stores' provision of crucial allergen information. The investigation, conducted across major...

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Rat Trouble Supermarkets: NZ Food Safety Plans for Urgent National Wide Supermarket Pest Management Evaluation

February 15, 2024

A string of rodent sightings in prominent New Zealand supermarkets has sparked concerns over hygiene and food safety standards, leaving food consumers unsettled and prompting swift action from store management....

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Buzzing Concerns: NZ Supermarkets Grapple with Pest Management System Failures

February 14, 2024

Vincent Arbuckle, deputy director-general of New Zealand Food Safety, argues that consumers should not simply tolerate the presence of pests in supermarkets as a normal occurrence. Customers lose confidence and...

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World first vegetarian KFC opened in India

February 13, 2024

Do you know any vegetarian KFC? KFC is a global chicken restaurant brand with a rich, decades-long history of success and innovation but opening a vegetarian Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC)...

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Emerging trends and challenges in EU food safety, Data released by ECDC

February 13, 2024

The European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) has unveiled detailed insights into the impact of seven significant foodborne infections across Europe in 2022. Reports covering Campylobacter, Salmonella, Yersinia,...

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Vegetarian KFC to Open in Ayodhya Amid Pilgrim Surge: India

February 13, 2024

In the wake of the monumental inauguration of the Ram Mandir on January 22nd, Ayodhya emerges as a pilgrimage hotspot, drawing massive crowds eager for a glimpse of Ram Lalla....

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9/10 Consumers Find Irish Food Is Safe: Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI)

February 11, 2024

Recent research conducted by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has unveiled a robust sense of confidence in food safety measures among both consumers and industry stakeholders in the...

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Supermarket Plagued with Rats Shut Down for 48 Hours : New Zealand

February 10, 2024

In order to combat a persistent rat infestation, Countdown Dunedin South announces a temporary closure of its doors for 48 hours, starting from 10 pm Friday. The decision follows the...

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Eye on Safety: Facial Recognition Trial in Supermarkets Sparks Debate in NewZealand

February 10, 2024

In response to a significant surge in retail crime, Foodstuffs North Island has launched a trial of facial recognition technology in selected Pakā€™nSave and New World supermarkets across the North...

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Auckland’s Filthiest Restaurants Revealed: Cockroaches, Pests, and Filthy Kitchens Uncovered

February 9, 2024

Auckland Council's latest inspection report has exposed 43 restaurants across the region for serious breaches in cleanliness and food safety standards. From cockroach infestations to filthy kitchens, the findings have...

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Norwegian Firm Discovers Sale of Unsafe Salmon

February 7, 2024

A Norwegian company, Pure Norwegian Seafood (PNS), disclosed that it had been selling frozen salmon unfit for human consumption for several years. The findings emerged following an internal investigation by...

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Wisconsin Health Department Launches Online System for Reporting Foodborne Illnesses

February 7, 2024

Wisconsin's Department of Health (WDH) has introduced a new online survey system to enable residents to report instances of foodborne illnesses swiftly, aiming to expedite the identification of potential outbreaks....

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FSIS Boost Projects to Safeguard Consumers Health And Strengthening Food Safety

February 7, 2024

The U.S. Department of Agricultureā€™s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has released its key accomplishments for 2023, emphasizing efforts to safeguard public health and strengthen the food supply chain....

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Three Sentenced in Chicken Theft and Fraud Case: UK

February 7, 2024

In a significant action against food crime, three individuals have been sentenced following successful prosecutions by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) after an extensive investigation into a Ā£300,000 chicken theft...

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Illinois Lawmakers Propose Ban on Harmful Food Chemicals Found in Candy and Soda

February 7, 2024

In a bid to prioritize public health and safety, Illinois lawmakers are spearheading a legislative effort to ban several potentially harmful food chemicals commonly found in candy, soda, and ultra-processed...

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Tragic Peanut Allergy Death Sparks Urgent Call for Accurate Allergen Labeling

February 1, 2024

Ā  In a heartbreaking incident, a 25-year-old UK ballet dancer, Orla Baxendale, lost her life in New York after consuming a mislabeled Vanilla Florentine Cookie that contained peanuts, triggering a...

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FSSAI Seizes 45 Metric Ton of Expired Beer: INDIA

January 25, 2024

In a decisive move against the violation of food safety regulations, the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI), in conjunction with Customs officials, executed a joint operation on...

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Illinois Proposes Ban on Harmful Food Additives

January 24, 2024

The proposed Illinois legislation, Senate Bill 2637, aims to ban five potentially harmful food additives, going beyond California's first-in-the-nation ban on these substances. The additives targeted in the bill are...

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Alarming Levels of Microplastics Found in Nearly 90% of Protein Sources, Including Plant-Based Alternatives

January 17, 2024

In a recent study published in the journal Environmental Pollution, researchers from Ocean Conservancy and the University of Toronto have unveiled alarming levels of microplastic contamination in a wide range...

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Waterborne Outbreak in China: Campylobacter and Sapovirus Contamination

January 15, 2024

In a recently published study in the China CDC Weekly, researchers detailed a significant outbreak in China in 2021, affecting nearly 1,000 individuals. The outbreak involved two pathogens, Campylobacter coli...

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Enfamil Branded Reckitt Baby Formula Nutramigen Recall Sparks Concerns and Stress Among Parents and Caregivers

January 11, 2024

Enfamil brand Nutramigen A+ LGG Hypoallergenic (infant formula) recalled due to possible presence of Cronobacter sakazakii in USA, Canada, UK and Ireland. There are six batches of infant formula got...

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Florida Woman Sues Hershey for $5M Over Misleading Packaging Tricks”

January 3, 2024

In a legal battle against The Hershey Company, Tampa resident Cynthia Kelly has filed a $5 million lawsuit, accusing the chocolate giant of deceptive packaging practices related to Reese's seasonal-shaped...

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One person dies :E. coli Outbreak in UK Linked to Cheese

December 30, 2023

An outbreak of E. coli has affected at least 30 individuals in the United Kingdom, prompting an investigation by the Food Standards Agency (FSA), Food Standards Scotland (FSS), and the...

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Food Supply Company Fined After Cockroaches Found on Premises: Singapore

December 28, 2023

;A food supply company in Singapore, Suvai Foods, is facing three charges for alleged failures to maintain cleanliness on its premises, where live cockroaches were reportedly discovered among chutney packets...

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FAO to Address Cutting-Edge Food Safety Topics in 2024 Reports

December 28, 2023

Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) Is going to Release Reports on Cell-Based Food, Precision Fermentation, and Whole Genome Sequencing The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) has outlined its agenda...

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Prompts Recall of 4 Types of Cheese- UK

December 28, 2023

In a precautionary move just before Christmas Day, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued a recall for four types of Mrs Kirkhamā€™s Lancashire cheese due to a potential E....

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FDA Issues Warning For Canadian Oysters

December 25, 2023

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has cautioned against the consumption and sale of specific oysters harvested in Canada and distributed in the United States. The warning comes in...

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Airbus Christmas Dinner Sparks Mass Food Poisoning Among Hundreds in France

December 24, 2023

Over 700 employees at Airbus Atlantic in France have fallen ill after a Christmas dinner held at the company's offices near Nantes on December 14. Health Agency Launches Investigation The...

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Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak: One More Death in Canada

December 23, 2023

The Salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupes has intensified in Canada, with the number of confirmed cases surging to 164, marking an alarming increase from the 129 cases reported on December...

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Consumer Confusion Over Food Date Labels Contributes to Wastage

December 20, 2023

A recent Consumer Food Insights (CFI) Report from Purdue Universityā€™s Center for Food Demand Analysis and Sustainability sheds light on the impact of food date labels on consumer behavior, leading...

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Norway Ends Salmonella Outbreak: Source Remains Unknown

December 20, 2023

Norwegian health officials announce the conclusion of a Salmonella outbreak without identifying the source, leaving the investigation into the Salmonella Napoli cases inconclusive. The outbreak, reported by the Norwegian Institute...

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Folic Acid Fortification Mandated in New Zealand Wheat Flour for Bread-Making

December 16, 2023

In a landmark move to enhance public health, all non-organic wheat flour sold for making bread in New Zealand must now be fortified with the B vitamin folic acid. This...

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Contaminated Parsley Triggers E. Coli Outbreak in Sweden

December 13, 2023

Recently it hasbeen noted that, at least 150 cases of E. coli infection have been reported in Sweden, with the culprit identified as contaminated parsley imported from southern Europe. The...

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Anthrax Outbreak Strikes Zambia: WHO Issues Urgent Caution

December 13, 2023

Zambia is grappling with its most significant anthrax outbreak in a decade, as reported by the World Health Organization (WHO). As of late November 2023, the country has recorded 684...

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Sushi Restaurant Outbreak- Norovirus Infections in North Carolina

December 11, 2023

In Wake County, North Carolina, health officials are diligently investigating a wave of foodborne illnesses linked to patrons dining at Sushi Nine on Western Boulevard. The outbreak, suspected to be...

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Codex Alimentarius Commission Adopts New Standards on E. coli, Remote Audits, and Growth Promoters

December 11, 2023

At its latest session, the Codex Alimentarius Commission made significant strides in global food safety by adopting new standards and guidelines. Among the notable decisions, guidelines on the control of...

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Food Standards Agency Issues Warning on Salmonella Contamination in Polish Poultry Products

December 9, 2023

Increase in Salmonella Cases Linked to Poultry Imports from Poland Prompts Safety Advisory There is a surge in Salmonella cases associated with poultry products imported from Poland, the Food Standards...

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Christmas Alert: Beware of Fake Chocolate Bars Containing Hallucinogens

December 7, 2023

FSA Issues Christmas Warning on Fake Chocolate Brands Containing Hallucinogenic Substances In a festive season alert, the Food Standards Agency (FSA) has issued a warning against the consumption of several...

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German Food Safety Controls Reveal Issues in Poultry, Olive, and Allergen Management

December 4, 2023

German food safety authorities have released findings from their 2022 zoonoses monitoring and control programs, exposing concerns in the poultry, olive, and allergen sectors. Poultry Meat Contamination: Campylobacter and Salmonella...

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WHO recommends banning influencers from promoting baby formula

December 2, 2023

The World Health Organization (WHO) has proposed new guidelines calling for a ban on influencers promoting formula milk on social media. The organization argues that manufacturers are increasingly using exploitative...

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New Global Food Standards for Protecting Consumer Health

November 30, 2023

In its 46th session, the Codex Alimentarius Commission, a joint initiative of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO), has adopted...

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Crisis Deepens: Cantaloupe Salmonella Outbreak Doubles, Two Lives Lost

November 27, 2023

The recent outbreak linked to cantaloupes has taken a concerning turn, with the number of confirmed Salmonella Sundsvall infections doubling to 99, according to the Centers for Disease Control and...

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Update: Lead Poisoning Outbreak Linked to Applesauce Expands, Affecting More Children

November 24, 2023

The outbreak of lead poisoning associated with certain brands of cinnamon applesauce has seen a concerning rise, with the number of affected children increasing from 34 on Nov. 16 to...

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Investigation of Increased Lead Levels: Cinnamon Applesauce Pouches

November 21, 2023

U.S. health officials are issuing a warning after at least 22 toddlers in 14 states fell ill due to lead poisoning linked to tainted pouches of cinnamon apple puree and...

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Australian Food Safety Week 2023. Why itā€™s important for everyone?

November 17, 2023

Australian Food Safety Week is a crucial initiative, emphasizing the significance of maintaining food safety practices to safeguard public health. The theme for this year, 'Food safety ā€“ dollars and...

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Colombia’s “Junk Food Law”: A Bold Step for Health

November 16, 2023

Colombia has taken a pioneering step by introducing a new law that targets ultra-processed foods, making it one of the first countries globally to do so. This "junk food law"...

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Public Health Alert: Shellfish Biotoxin Threat Prompts Warning in East Cape, New Zealand

November 15, 2023

In response to elevated levels of paralytic shellfish toxins found in routine tests on mussels from Tolaga Bay, New Zealand Food Safety issues a public warning against collecting or consuming...

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Egg Crisis in Sweden: Tackling the Salmonella Food Safety Challenge

November 15, 2023

In a bid to combat a persistent Salmonella issue, Sweden's largest egg producer, CA Cedergren, has decided to euthanize all hens at one of its farms. The facility, located near...

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UPDATE: Chinese Data Reveals Nearly Zero Japanese Seafood Imports in September

October 29, 2023

Restaurants in China Seek Alternatives Amid Ongoing Fukushima Water Dumping Concerns China stopped buying seafood from Japan because they were worried about radiation from Japan's polluted water going into the...

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E. Coli Outbreak in Japanese Schools Linked to Contaminated Milk

October 24, 2023

In a notable incident that took place in June 2021, researchers have shed light on a significant E. coli outbreak in Japan that was linked to milk served in schools....

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Norway Continues to Address Ongoing E. coli Outbreak

October 17, 2023

In a recent update, Norwegian health authorities are urging the public to remain vigilant as the country grapples with a severe outbreak of E. coli O26:H11. The Norwegian Institute of...

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Japan’s Iconic Flowing Noodle Restaurant Closed Due to Mass Food Poisoning

October 17, 2023

In a concerning turn of events, over 900 individuals have fallen victim to a mass food poisoning outbreak after dining at a renowned "Nagashi Somen" restaurant in Japan. The establishment,...

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FDA Enhances Infant Formula Compliance Program for Safety and Oversight

October 11, 2023

United States, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced updates to its infant formula compliance program for investigators, laboratory analysts, and compliance officers. The objective of these updates...

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California Becomes First State to Ban Four Harmful Chemicals in Food

October 10, 2023

News By: Mansi Nautiyal In a historic move, California has taken a pioneering step in safeguarding the health of its residents by enacting the California Food Safety Act. Governor Gavin...

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Waterborne Parasite Outbreak Afflicts Hundreds in Spain

October 5, 2023

In a recent public health crisis, more than 450 people in the Spanish town of Tarazona, located in the province of Zaragoza, have fallen ill after consuming contaminated water. Since...

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LittleOak Infant Formula Products Lack Canadian Approval for Sale

September 22, 2023

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a public warning regarding unapproved infant formula products from the LittleOak brand, which have been sold online in Canada. The CFIA has...

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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 moreĀ 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-ā€˜Oā€™-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 foodĀ andĀ 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

McDonaldā€™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 Ā 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 parentsĀ : 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 toĀ 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 reportedĀ in VietnamĀ due to PokĀ 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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