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Food Safety Testing Equipment Market is Bound to Generate 3,301.4 Million USD by 2020

Food Safety Testing Equipment Market is Bound to Generate 3,301.4 Million USD by 2020 From DigitalJournal A new report, published by IndustryARC, estimates the market to $3,301.4 Million by 2020. Safety Testing has become one of the keystones of food value chain to ensure quality food products and ultimately consumer health. There are various types […]

US toughens food safety regulation for poultry

US toughens food safety regulation for poultry From Global Meat News The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has finalised new federal food safety regulations to reduce the risk of salmonella and campylobacter in chicken products. In a bid to make chicken safer for American consumers, the USDA and the Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) said […]

IFT: Why food will get safer

IFT: Why food will get safer From Food Engineering Magazine Pathogens that contaminate food supply and cause food borne illness such as Salmonella and E. coli may soon meet their match as new technological advancements are making food safer at each step in the custody chain from farm to consumer. According to the CDC, foodborne […]

USDA overhauls poultry inspections

USDA overhauls poultry inspections From The Columbian The Obama administration is overhauling poultry plant inspections — the first changes to the system in more than 50 years — a move it says could result in 5,000 fewer foodborne illnesses each year. The number of government poultry inspectors will decrease, but those who remain will focus […]

Researchers Aim to Reduce Pathogen Loads on Raw Poultry

Researchers Aim to Reduce Pathogen Loads on Raw Poultry From Food Safety Magazine Salmonella and Campylobacter spp. are major human pathogens associated with poultry products, which are attributed to more foodborne deaths than any other food product. Annual estimates attribute human salmonellosis and campylobacteriosis to approximately one million episodes of foodborne illness each year in the United States. […]

Violations Found at Peanut Butter Plant 2 Years Before Salmonella Outbreak

Earlier last month, the New Mexico peanut butter factory Sunland issued a voluntary recall after several reports came in claiming their products were tainted with one of the food-borne illness salmonella strains. Although the recall wasn’t done in time to prevent the sickness in over a dozen people, it’s believed to be one of the […]