Ultimately, no food item has been identified as causing the outbreak, and by the same token, no food has been ruled out as a cause.
Consumers have been warned against eating a selection of pre-packed lettuce products grown and distributed by the Victorian-based company Tripod Farmers following confirmation of a number of cases of salmonella infection.
A recent survey of 5,000 consumers nationwide that asked about food buying decisions showed changing attitudes about food safety.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ) is accepting comments and suggestions that it calls “submissions” until March 4 at 6 p.m. Canberra time on planned changes for country of origin labeling rules.
When the Kansas City Chiefs faced off with the Green Bay Packers in the first Super Bowl fifty years ago, tickets to the big game cost $12 and the average price for a visit to the doctor was $6.60, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The Journal of Patient Safety discussed recent studies which have shown that preventable medical errors are responsible for between 200,000 and 400,000 patient deaths per year in U.S. hospitals.
Yesterday, with the announcement of an expended criminal investigation and slumping sales, combined with a stock price creeping slightly back up from the bottom after a multi-billion dollar free fall, it does make you wonder if Chipotle could have turned its bus around before it drove off this cliff?
In August 2009, plaintiff Patrick Chaplain, a carpenter, was working at a house being renovated by a contractor.
With the cold wintry weather now upon us, it is time to talk about the dangers of slips and falls.
Last week I had a talk with Roberto Ferdman of the Washington Post on “Why a top food poisoning expert won’t ever eat these foods.”