A New York seafood importer and a Wisconsin food manufacturing facility were on the receiving end of recently posted U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warning letters.
Few jobs are busier than being a food server during peak eating hours. And for many waiters and waitresses, the job includes more than just taking orders and delivering food.
If you’re defrosting a frozen turkey for Thanksgiving dinner, you might want to start now.
The L.A. Times had an article about finding a good nursing home for a loved one.
The general manager of the popular Twisted Fork restaurant in south Reno, NV, is calling it a “difficult episode,” but having learned that the source of an E. coli O157:H7 outbreak was a dessert made by an outside manufacturer, he announced plans to reopen next week.
December 11, 2012—The family of a woman who was living in an assisted-care facility has filed a lawsuit against the home claiming that, among other things, the woman had maggots growing in her ear from lack of hygiene and personal care.
A case came to us recently in a peculiar way. A woman called looking for an attorney for a guardianship case.
Scientists have discovered a gene in E. coli that makes it resistant to a class of “last-resort” antibiotics known as polymyxins.
Forty-five people infected with the outbreak strain of STEC O26 have been reported from 6 states.