While lawmakers in Louisiana are considering whether they should allow sales of raw milk on-farm, health officials in Tennessee and Utah are voicing the federal warning issued in March regarding the threat of consuming raw milk, as they are prone to cause outbreaks and deaths.
A new center in the Stanford University has recently received a $10 million grant to use against Salmonella, the bacteria that causes more than 100 million infections annually.
Ayesha Curry, Stephen Curry's beautiful wife, shares her tips on how to prevent food waste.
Very few people realize that they are actually being cheated when they order a premium steak. For instance, despite paying a top dollar for a cut from a tenderloin or ribeye, in reality you could be eating smaller off-cuts that have been stuck together using a substance that is allowed in many countries across the globe.
The United States Food and Drug Administration newly released a rule which ensures the prevention of food contamination during transportation.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued warning letters to a diverse group of food manufacturers for reported violations of and diversions from the existing food safety rules. As many as seven food manufacturers have received such letters from the federal regulatory body.
A study commissioned by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has classified as many as 28 subjects relating to food safety with a view to improve harmonization in food research throughout the continent.
Alimentos Congelados, S.A suggests consumers to throw away the items already purchased
Gallup conducted an annual survey, calling respondents via telephone and taking answers from 1,019 adults aged 18 and above who have been living in the United States.
Unnaturally high levels of arsenic have been found on infant rice cereal, which may endanger babies and toddlers.
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