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Food Safety News - November 22, 2016 UK study: Juices from bagged salad can encourage Salmonella

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UK study: Juices from bagged salad can encourage Salmonella

By News Desk

A recent study by researchers at the University of Leicester found that traces of salad green juices released when the leaves become damaged can significantly encourage the growth of Salmonella enterica. The researchers reported that they concentrated on Salmonella because it is “an aggressive pathogen that has been implicated in salad-associated infections.” Their work was posted online... Continue Reading

Wedding dinner ends with vomiting, diarrhea and some fever

By News Desk

A week ago from last Saturday, 150 guests dined at a catered event on Nov. 12 associated with a wedding in Colbert County, AL.  By the following week, at least 77 of those Alabama wedding guests were ill and 12 were hospitalized. Alabama Department of Public Health officials say they've determined the Colbert County illnesses stem... Continue Reading

Trump must decide if COOL is "best for America"

By Dan Flynn

As a surrogate speaker last August for then candidate Donald J. Trump, former Ohio Congressman Bob McEwen gave a fiery speech to a gathering of independent activist cattlemen from 18 states gathered at the Little America Hotel in Cheyenne, WY. He argued passionately for property rights and small business, picking up bursts of applause as... Continue Reading

Hawaii's local prohibitions on genetic seed industry come down

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Hawaii's genetic seed industry and about 1,000 jobs that go with it were the big winners in a 30-page ruling handed down by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, which is based in San Francisco. In the ruling, the appellate court found Hawaii's pesticide laws are sufficiently comprehensive and preclude counties from... Continue Reading

STOP Honors Food Safety Heros

By News Desk

STOP Foodborne Illness, the Chicago-based national advocacy and education organization, will honor three Food Safety Heroes at an interactive fundraising event 7-9 p.m., Tuesday, December 6 during the Food Safety Consortium at the Renaissance Schaumburg Convention Center (1551 Thoreau Drive N, Schaumburg, IL 60173). The benefit is open to the public. Guests will enjoy live... Continue Reading

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