FDA inspection finds unfavorable conditions at CRF Frozen Foods’ plant in Washington.
CRF Frozen Foods of Pasco, WA, is expanding its voluntary recall of frozen organic and traditional fruits and vegetables due to potential Listeria contamination.
Program to develop strategies to reduce public health risks in food chain.
Salad mix packaged at the company’s Ohio facility has been connected to four deaths.
The Environmental Working Group is at it again, making it critical for growers to keep customers informed about production practices and the safety of produce.
USDA announces $4.7 million available in grants for food safety training, outreach, and technical assistance.
Alliance for Food and Farming says new number one a way to rattle cages of mainstream media.
Food safety program designed to be affordable, demonstrate compliance.
The association’s executive director answers questions on grower concerns, facilities, and the best course of action for watermelon growers to be in compliance with the law.
University of Illinois researchers studied the ability of pathogenic viruses to adhere to fresh produce surfaces.
The Centers for Disease Control reports the source of contamination for the cucumbers distributed by Andrew & Williamson Fresh Produce has not been identified.
The funds will be used to help states establish safety standards, training, education and more.
The commitment from Western Growers brings the total campaign funding for the Center for Produce Safety to more than $10 million.
Limited number of in-shell and shelled nuts sold under Wonderful label.
Samples from Henry’s Farm in Virginia tested positive for Listeria.
The agency plans to assess consumer health risk from the use of raw manure as fertilizer in growing crops.
FDA announces funding for the second two of four Regional Centers: the North Central location and the Northeast Center.