Food Safety

FDA, produce industry ramping up leafy greens food safety efforts

Although the U.S. food supply chain is one of the safest in the world, the federal government notes there are still approximately 48 million cases of ... continue reading »

Food safety researchers take aim at cyclospora

A handful of Cyclospora cayetanensis outbreaks tied to U.S.-grown produce since 2018 have prompted several researchers to begin looking at possibl... continue reading »

Produce industry pushes ahead on food safety research

Growers need not wait on the government for timely guidance to food safety questions or concerns. That’s what industry veteran Victor Smith (top ... continue reading »

CDC seeking source for new E. coli outbreak

CDC, public health and regulatory officials in several states, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), and the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s... continue reading »

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FDA announces further findings from leafy greens E. coli outbreak

The FDA, along with CDC and state and local partners, investigated a multistate outbreak of E. coli infections in the fall of 2020. The epidemiology a... continue reading »

Food Safety Net Services moves Green Bay lab

Food Safety New Services, which has had a presence in Green Bay, Wisconsin, since 2005, has announced a move within the city to a new, state-of-the-ar... continue reading »

Center for Produce Safety launches food safety research fundraising initiative

Calling out the need to expand research to answer produce-specific food safety questions, the Center for Produce Safety (CPS) has launched a new capit... continue reading »

Does listeria develop resistance to sanitizers?

With little data on whether Listeria monocytogenes develops tolerance to commonly used sanitizers, debates continue on whether or how frequently proce... continue reading »

Study shows nanobubbles disrupt pathogens like E. coli, listeria

Moleaer, a leading nanobubble technology company, in partnership with researchers from Virginia Tech University, have successfully evaluated and concl... continue reading »

Cornell startup awarded $600K to further processing equipment sanitation technology

Halomine, a Cornell-based startup developing cutting-edge technologies for the sanitation of food processing equipment, has been awarded $600,000 from... continue reading »