The Norovirus Summit III picked up where last week’s Conference For Food Protection left off.
Dole Fresh Vegetables Inc. has resumed production at a salad facility that was linked to a deadly nine-month Listeria outbreak without revealing what was done to clean the plant or to prevent future contamination of food processed there.
The Norovirus Summit III picked up where last week’s Conference For Food Protection left off. Presentations and workshops took on the norovirus challenge from beating back biofilms to data-driven hand washing systems.
Workday Minnestoa had a great article explaining the need for a fair and living wage for all workers including CNAs in nursing homes.
It’s just human nature … people forget.
Leave it to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to put a price tag on the worldwide cost of norovirus.
Pilgrim’s Pride Corp. is recalling more than 4.5 million pounds of fully cooked chicken products after consumer complaints and federal confirmation that they contain extraneous material including metal and plastic.
On July 1, 2016, Vermont’s Act 120 will require food manufacturers to indicate in the labeling of all products regulated by FDA when the food has been produced with the use of genetic engineering (GE).
Everybody seems to agree the 900 or so exhibits from a 2014 jury trial should be turned over in one form or another to the three defendants who are appealing their sentences and convictions in the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) criminal prosecution.