After the leafy greens industry took extensive steps to prevent another outbreak following last spring’s deadly Yuma-AZ-linked romaine E. coli scare, the CDC announced a new multistate outbreak is occurring.
Government agency outlines a number of improvements, similar to what the LGMA is recommending.
This spring’s romaine lettuce outbreak illustrates questions that still must be addressed in the quest for a safe food system.
Unlike the recent fatal E. coli outbreak linked to Yuma, AZ-grown romaine, the CDC was able to link the outbreak to a source quickly and issue a recall.
The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) announced four more people have died as a result of the Yuma, AZ-linked E. […]
The Centers of Disease Control (CDC) announced a California resident has died as a result of the Yuma, AZ-linked E. coli O157:H7 outbreak.
For the second time in months, a hard-to-trace E. coli outbreak leads to a widespread ban of romaine lettuce.
A new study shows minimal damage to salad leaves in bagged salads stimulate the presence of Salmonella enterica.
The products being recalled were distributed in stores nationwide.
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.
Salad mix packaged at the company’s Ohio facility has been connected to four deaths.
The assessment will be designed to evaluate the risk that the use of raw manure as fertilizer on produce crops may pose for consumer health.
University of Illinois researchers studied the ability of pathogenic viruses to adhere to fresh produce surfaces.
Chipotle’s recent food safety issues are a cautionary tale for companies that build their reputation on a food elitist platform that sought to demonize “evil corporate agriculture.”
The source of the contamination is currently under investigation.
In a release from FDA, Northstar Produce Inc. of St. Louis Park, MN, has recalled 33 cases of […]