The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has unveiled a new part of the ISO 22000 family of standards.
The FDA has developed an online learning module to help the seafood industry, retailers, and state regulators ensure the proper labeling of seafood products offered for sale in the U.S. marketplace.
The University of Maryland's Center for Food Safety and Security Systems has received a $4.6 million U.S. Department of Agriculture grant for a project crafting scientifically based food safety metrics for leafy greens and tomatoes.
The International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) is now accepting presenter abstracts for IAFP 2015 to be held in Portland, OR next summer.
A new report released by the World Trade Organization concludes that country-of-origin labeling rules in the U.S. are unfair.
Georgia-Pacific Corrugated is preparing to acheive Safe Quality Food certification in all its U.S. box plants and produce yards to reduce the likelihood of contaminated foods reaching store shelves.
The Center for Food Safety has settled with the Food and Drug Administration regarding the agency's "Generally Recognized as Safe" food additive approval process.
Food Safety Magazine board member Huub Lelieveld has been named Honorable Doctor of the Ukraine's National University of Food Technologies.
The 29th session of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and World Health Organization (WHO) Codex Coordinating Committee for Europe (CCEURO) took place in The Netherlands from September 30 through October 3, 2014.
Penn State Law’s Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center is one of four institutions in the new Agricultural and Food Law Consortium, a partnership supported by a $750,000 U.S. Department of Agriculture grant and established to study how food and agriculture laws affect land- and sea-based food, fiber and energy production.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is registering the herbicide, Enlist Duo with first-time ever restrictions to manage the problem of resistant weeds.
A new report released by the USDA’s Economic Research Service (ERS) estimates the cost of foodborne illnesses in the U.S. tops $15.6 billion.
The California Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (LGMA) has completely revised its website to provide easier access to a wealth of news, information and resources concerning leafy greens food safety and this important program created in 2007.
A food safety office will be established in the near future as part of President Ma Ying-jeou's most recent bid to combat the tainted food scares that have shaken the nation over the past few months.
Lubricate Lubricants Company has recently obtained ISO 21469 certification for all of its NSF/H-1 registered food machinery lubricants.
Ron Foster announced that he will step down as president and chief executive officer of Foster Farms, but will remain an owner and board member of the company.
The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) today announced fourteen new grant awards valued at $2.8 million.
NSF International, a global independent public health organization that writes standards, and tests and certifies products for the water, food, health sciences and consumer goods industries, has been approved by the Emirates Standard Metrology Authority (ESMA) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to provide auditing and testing for the Emirates Quality Mark certification of bottled drinking water.
Companies’ sustainability solutions also offer operating efficiencies and cost savings.
Eliminating battery cages in chicken farms will reduce risk of Salmonella illness.