Beef Products Under Recall Due to Possible Listeria Contamination
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3,420 pounds of beef meatballs products are under recall due to a possible Listeria contamination. The states affected by the recall are: Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia. The lot code on the packaging is: 15507351. To read more about the recall, visit the USDA Food Safety and....
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According to Food Dive, these are the six foods that will be trending in 2018: Botanicals, transparent foods, ethnic foods, science-based foods, sustainable foods, and indulgent foods. To read more about these food trends, visit the original article on Food Dive here.
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According to growing scientific evidence, vinyl gloves aren't all that safe to use in food preparation operations. Vinyl gloves are made with a synethic plastic polymer that has a significant amount of chlorine. As a result, vinyl gloves have been linked with pollution and adverse health effects. To read more about vinyl gloves and its....
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It is estimated that 15 million people in the United States have one or more food allergy. The most common foods that people are allergic to are: peanuts, tree nuts, milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, soy/tofu, and wheat/gluten.
It is important that food handlers are aware of these allergens and that food handlers avoid allergens when....
Major Brands Recall Ice Cream Due to Listeria Contamination
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Dozens of ice cream brands are recalling their products due to Listeria contamination. Aldi, Market Basket, Dollar Tree, and Kroger are a few of the merchants affected. To read more about the recall, visit FoodSafetyNews.com here.
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The cause of the E. coli outbreak that has sickened 59 people in the US and Canada is still unknown, but romaine lettuce appears to be the likely culprit. Consumer Reports advises people against consuming romaine lettuce at this time. To read more about the outbreak and to learn about the investigative efforts of the....
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Currently, the CDC does not require food service workers to be vaccinated for the Hepatitis A virus. This is a missed opportunity on the CDC's part to help reduce foodborne illness. In San Diego last year, 577 people were sickened due to Hepatitis A. 20 people died and 396 people were hospitalized. This could....
Posted: 01/04/2018 Check out the latest newsletter from HRFoodSafe here. In this newsletter, we go over the new ServSafe class schedule, cover the recent FDA audit, provide some food safety tips, and detail the latest food recalls.
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