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joewhitworth Oct 9
South Africa class action could be delayed for years as Tiger Brands issues subpoenas against food testing labs for info on those who submitted samples
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Luigi Oct 8
Official list of all known products that might be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The source is the sausage manufacturer Wilke and is located in north Hesse (Germany).
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Jaap Bennen Oct 8
 is killed by cooking. Cooking product to 165ºF/74ºC will kill the bacteria. Consumers at high risk for contracting (e.g. pregnant women and the elderly) should reheat deli meats immediately before consumption. – Listeria is not killed by freezing.
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Food Safety News Oct 8
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Food Focus Oct 10
LISTEN | Joanne Joseph from 702 chats with Richard Spoor about the class action case. Well worth the listen.
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POST Online Media Oct 10
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Food Safety News Oct 8
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PritzkerHageman Oct 8
Our filed the first lawsuit in the cooked chicken . Our client developed after eating chicken salad purchased at Sam's Club in Papillion, NE that came from Tip Top Poultry, E.A. Sween Company & The Suter Company
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Food Safety News Oct 8
Company recalls sandwiches because of Tip Top chicken and Listeria risk
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Food Safety News Oct 12
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Food Safety News Oct 8
German meat plant linked to Listeria outbreak stops production #https://www.foodsafetynews.com/2019/10/german-meat-plant-linked-to-listeria-outbreak-stops-production/
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Food Safety News Oct 8
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Jan FM Van Impe Oct 7
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Miguel A. Lurueña Oct 9
La jueza que investiga el brote de descubre una trama fraudulenta de diez empresas
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Adria Carpio Oct 12
Cuando nos saltamos las lecciones que duramente tuvieron que aprender nuestros abuelos: “las lecciones de la crisis de la listeria”
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ConSalud.es 8h
| explora con las CC.AA. sus líneas frente a brotes como el de
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Torrezna Oct 11
Alemania: se detecta leche fresca contaminada por una bacteria y se retiran todos los lotes antes de llegar al consumidor, 0 afectados. Cualquier parecido con la crisis de la en España es pura coincidencia
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María Iranzo Oct 10
Hace unas semanas saltaron las alarmas: un brote de afectaba al sur de nuestro país. ¿La causa? Un lote de carne mechada contaminada. Pero, ¿de qué trata esta enfermedad? ¿Cuál es microorganismo responsable? ¿Cómo podemos evitar su contagio?
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Juan Carlos García Oct 10
Interesante curso sobre una problemática tan latente como la .
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