Snyder's-Lance, Inc. recalls some of its Emerald 100 Calories Pack Roasted & Salted Cashew Halves & Pieces due to small pieces of glass.
Scientists finally confirmed that T. gondii could cause behavioral changes such as self-directed aggression and other psychiatric disorders including suicidal tendencies.
Arizona Governor Dough Ducey has signed a bill that exempts potlucks and school veggies from food safety rules, making eating dangerously highly possible in the state by the end of July this year. This bill makes non-commercial potluck social events legal, provided they are outside workplace.
The CDC enhances its safety program in many ways including a prevention infographic that advises all of their workers to 'Leave the experiment inside the lab' in order to stay healthy outside the lab. However, the latest incident that occurs inside the center's laboratory may require CDC to consider its safety program once again
FDA is now facing a lawsuit due to its approval of Aquabounty's genetically engineered salmon. The plaintiffs, composed of various fishing and environmental groups, question the FDA's decision highlighting the possible dangers the GE fish could pose to wild salmon population.
We thought tipping was the most questioned issue in restaurants, until we found medium-rare meat. Based on the USDA and culinary professionals, here's a guideline to cooking your steak!
Environmental Defence, a Canadian-based group, says 18 out of 21 cans still contain the chemical BPA.
For long scientists have been working to find out the reasons that prompt an individual to end his/ her life. Now, findings of a recent study reveal that food poisoning is one of the causes behind increased suicidal behaviors. The study has established a correlation between food-borne parasites and mental or emotional problems endured by some people.
Counterfeit goods that include monkey meat, dead insects and sugar laced with fertilizer are among the illicit food and drink items seized by Interpol, Europol and multinational enforcement agencies. It is said to be the biggest global crackdown to date with more than 10,000 of these potentially dangerous goods confiscated.
In the absence of inspection fee hikes on a regular basis to catch up with escalating costs, most restaurants usually don't get inspected frequently or properly. However, this is soon going to change for restaurants in Colorado, when inspections will henceforth be frequent and uniform.
Good news for the iconic Blue Bell ice cream aficionados. The company has started supplying its ice cream to a vast area in the southeast, counting almost all places south of New Mexico and extending to the two Carolinas. Although Blue Bell is yet to restore supplies of all the 66 flavors, which were available before the company was linked to a multi-state Listeria outbreak, which claimed three lives.
Some Flavors of Trader Joe's chocolate sticks had to be recalled by the company because milk, one of the products' ingredients, was not mentioned on the label. Though not problematic to people who do not have any problems with milk consumption, the labeling error could prove worrisome for people with milk allergies or lactose intolerance.
Over the previous week, several companies such as General Mills, Mars and Kellogg have reported plans to mark genetically modified items despite the fact that they don't believe it's a smart thought.
Contrary to the efforts of some of the biggest names in the food world, who have reportedly spend millions of dollars to avoid labeling that their products contain genetically engineered ingredients, from July 1, consumers will come to know of whether the packaged foods they are purchasing any genetically modified plants.
Who doesn't love chocolates? It's one of the most popular foods all over the world. But health watchdog As You Sow released a report that says a dangerous amount of lead and cadmium are found in some popular chocolate brands.
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