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Food Safety Nation Jun 14
FDA settles lawsuit, ensures to fully implement FSMA's "high-risk" food provisions to reduce the potential of foodborne illness outbreaks:
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PrivateLabResults Jun 15
Everyone's heard of E.coli and Salmonella. But did you know Campylobacter causes more ? Find out more:
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resprofsp Jun 14
Blue ribbon panel on cyclospora to evaluate public health aspects of cyclospora. Past outbreaks linked to cilantro, raspberries, mesclun, basil, and lettuce.
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Eagle Protect PBC Jun 14
It's BBQ season! Here's 4 tips to protect your family from .
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Saraya Jun 12
Barbecue & Picnic Tips to Prevent Foodborne Illness
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Eurosurveillance Jun 15
Age and sex distribution of 57 cases of O3 biotype 4 ST18 infection during an Yersinia O3 in and , March 2019
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IGFS May 28
Fully funded opportunity exploring & communities in the , under supervision of Prof Seamus Fanning, now open for applications!
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Rich Davis Jan 5
Bad grocery store etiquette aside, this is just unsafe food practices caused by a shopper. Don’t do this and do not eat this shrimp.
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Eurosurveillance Jun 15
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CaterSafeConsultants Jun 7
outbreak: three patient deaths linked to prepackaged sandwiches!
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Center 4 Food Safety Jan 2
2018 was a terrible year for . In Oct, we sued the FDA for its failure to designate/establish reporting requirements for producers of foods that are "high-risk" for outbreaks, as required by the Food Safety Modernization Act >>
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Healthpointe Jun 10
There are approximately 5,000 deaths in the US each year from . How can you avoid adding to that number? Find out here!
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The Food Poisoning Law Team Jun 10
Replying to @PritzkerHageman
If eating surfaces aren't cleaned properly, bacteria can spread to people's food & cause . Children have a high risk of getting sick b/c their immune systems are still developing. Read more from the lawyers: .
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Rich Davis Dec 22
SEVERAL homemade egg nog recipes: Separate yolks. Make the custard. Be sure to cook them properly! Me: Yes! Good! Recipe: Lightly whip the whites and once the custard cools fold them in. Me: Wait. So you don’t cook them at all? So bacteria … R: Enjoy! Me: Wait.
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SmartSense Jun 10
A recent study found that accounted for 65% of outbreaks and 44% of illnesses. Read our overview post that outlines the findings of this 10-year study
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Center 4 Food Safety Jun 11
NEW BLOG: 3,000 people die every year in the U.S. due to , and the FDA wasn't doing enough. So we sued the agency, and won! Spoiler (pun intended) alert: Our food system just got a whole lot safer.
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Margot Rubin May 1
Read this article for insight on the most common foodborne illnesses in America- research provided by
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Chicopee Americas Dec 10
Foodborne illnesses are preventable, but all everyone in a company must work together to prevent and reduce them. Here's how:
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foodsafety.gov May 24
Memorial Day weekend is finally here! Shopping for your first summer gathering? Don’t forget to pick up a food thermometer! Protect yourself and guests from this summer with these tips:
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Emily C. Singer Dec 3
Whenever I watch videos, I wonder whether the people wash their hands between touching the meat they’re cooking and then grabbing the salt and pepper to season it.
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