Food Safety

California Chamber of Commerce files lawsuit to stop acrylamide label warnings

The California Chamber of Commerce has filed a lawsuit to stop requirement of Prop 65 warning labels on foods and beverages than contain acrylamide. ... continue reading »

iTradeNetwork offering free traceability suite to 2,000 perishables suppliers

iTradeNetwork has announced a pilot program with grower/shippers of select commodities in anticipation of the first-ever offer of its kind: iTrade’s... continue reading »

United Fresh launches program to equip food safety professionals

United Fresh Produce Association has launched its newest leadership development offering, the Produce Safety Immersion Program, developed to build the... continue reading »

PROCESS EXPO announces food safety education sessions

The Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA), producers of PROCESS EXPO, have teamed up with the Food Safety Summit, a leading conference focu... continue reading »

USDA releases results of Yuma leafy greens E. coli testing

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found almost no salmonella or shiga toxin-producing E. coli (STEC) in commercial coolers in Yuma, Arizona, in... continue reading »

Packers Chemical earns third-level Safe Quality Foods Certification

PSSI today announced that Packers Chemical, its exclusive, in-house chemical provider, has earned its Safe Quality Foods (SQF) Certification Level III... continue reading »

United Fresh Washington Conference offers chance to meet with high-ranking officials

In the new Produce Industry Engagement Beyond Capitol Hill outing on Sept. 18, United Fresh Washington Conference attendees will be immersed in policy... continue reading »

Magnetic food detection company Bunting rebrands

Bunting Magnetics celebrated its 60th anniversary on Aug. 3. As part of the celebration, the company has launched a rebranding to unify all of its div... continue reading »

PSSI names Eckmann new VP of operations

Food safety and contract sanitation provider PSSI has promoted Tom “Tiny” Eckmann to its leadership team as vice president of operations. Eckmann ... continue reading »

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Consumer Reports finds listeria on leafy greens purchased in eastern U.S.

Consumer Reports recently tested 284 samples of leafy greens from several grocery store chains, six (0.2%) of which tested positive for listeria. T... continue reading »