Food Safety Magazine

November 17, 2014

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Cornell Scientists Discover Five New Listeria Species
April 2, 2014
Cornell Scientists Discover Five New Listeria Species

Cornell University researchers have discovered five new species of Listeria – including one named for Cornell – that provide new insights that could lead to better ways to detect soil bacteria in food.

AIB International Expands Food Safety Offerings
April 1, 2014
AIB International Expands Food Safety Offerings

AIB International has introduced two new food safety-oriented products: a distance learning course on food safety and sanitation, and an "Inspection Only" offering that measures the food safety conditions and practices within a food operation.

Industry Loses H. Scott Hurd, Respected Veterinary Epidemiologist
March 31, 2014
Industry Loses H. Scott Hurd, Respected Veterinary Epidemiologist

Veterinarian H. Scott Hurd, a prominent and respected scientist and advocate for animal agriculture, passed away last week after a battle with brain cancer.

Survey Says: Consumer Concern Over Food Safety Rising

General public concern about food safety has shown a marked increase over the past two years, according to a recent survey by Chicago-based consultancy Technomic. In a poll conducted in mid-July, Technomic found that 40 percent of consumers were “extremely concerned” about food safety issues in restaurants.

July 18, 2013
FSM EAB Member Jim Gorny Appointed Center For Produce Safety Technical Committee Chair
July 11, 2013
BPA No Longer Authorized for Use in Infant Formula Packaging: Decision Not Based on Safety
February 15, 2013
Multistate Outbreak of Salmonella Linked to Foster Farms
February 15, 2013
Extension of Comment Period for Two FSMA Proposed Rules
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