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Food Safety News - December 6, 2016 Ready-to-eat chicken recall expands to include 992 tons

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Ready-to-eat chicken recall expands to include 992 tons

By Dan Flynn

National Steak and Poultry massively increased its Nov. 23 recall on Monday to now include a total of 1,993,528 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken products or almost 992 tons of product. The addition of more products and production dates added 1,976,089 pounds to the initial recall of 17, 439. USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS)  said... Continue Reading

Phil-Am recalls smoked fish after state issues botulism warning

By News Desk

Two days after New York officials posted a consumer alert warning about possible contamination of Phil-Am smoked mackerel the New Jersey-based Phil-Am Trading Inc. posted a recall with the FDA stating the fish could cause botulism poisoning. "Consumers are warned not to use the product even if it does not look or smell spoiled," according... Continue Reading

Hawaii seeks to update food safety regs following outbreaks

By Coral Beach

In the wake of two foodborne illness outbreaks, Hawaii began a week of public hearings on revisions to its food code on Monday. Also on Monday, state officials cleared a seaweed grower-shipper whose products were linked to one of the outbreaks to resume operations. The Hawaii Department of Health (DOH) lifted its cease and desist... Continue Reading

Animal activists flood the comment zone before deadline

By Dan Flynn

Individuals and animal activists’ organizations were swarming the government comment site, yesterday over proposed new guidelines about labeling claims made about how animals are raised. Monday was the deadline for comments on the new labeling guidelines that were rolled out last September. The guidelines require supporting documentation when submitting labels and how to modify... Continue Reading

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