Articles Tagged with ''salmonella''

Foster Farms recalls products after link to Salmonella outbreak

California poultry producer Foster Farms has issued a product recall after an investigation by USDA and CDC linked the company’s chicken to an ongoing outbreak of an antibiotic-resistant strain of salmonella.


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Chia powder investigation continues

Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a warning concerning chia powder, alerting consumers about an ongoing Salmonella outbreak associated with the product.


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Canada recalls chia seeds with link to salmonella

Canadian health agencies and officials are collaborating to investigate a series of salmonella infections linked to consumption of dried sprouted chia seed powder.


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New auction set for Sunland peanut butter plant

A federal bankruptcy judge ordered the new auction after the high bid came in late.
A federal bankruptcy judge ordered the new auction after the high bid came in late.
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Raw materials: Test or no test?

You can send incoming raw material samples out to a third-party lab, but plenty of easy-to-use, rapid test kits can more quickly provide the results you need—right at your own facility.

A June 10, 2011 report on Deutsche Welle states “bean sprouts are the likely source of an E. coli outbreak in Germany that has killed 31 people and made nearly 3,000 ill since May [2011].” This information was attributed to Reinhard Burger, president of Germany’s federal infectious disease laboratory, the Robert Koch Institute (RKI). 


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New guidelines reduce risk of Salmonella in pork production

FSIS implemented updated Salmonella performance standards for poultry in 2011.
As a result, market hogs now have the highest permissible Salmonella content of all raw carcass classes.
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Tyson announces recall of 33 thousand pounds of chicken

The company says the mechanically separated chicken products may be infected with a strain of Salmonella.
The company says the mechanically separated chicken products may be infected with a strain of Salmonella.
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PHI treatment tunnel

The RGF PHI Treatment Tunnel-PLUS system fully treats meat products without affecting their taste or appearance.
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FSIS releases 2014 Annual Performance Plan

The plan describes how FSIS will carry out its work of decreasing the risk of and preventing foodborne illness.
The plan describes how FSIS will carry out its work of decreasing the risk of and preventing foodborne illness.
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Foster Farms facilities linked to Salmonella outbreak to stay open, says USDA

The agency's statement refers to "immediate substantive changes to their slaughter and processing" that allowed the operations to remain up.
The agency's statement refers to "immediate substantive changes to their slaughter and processing" that allowed the operations to remain up.
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Plant of the Year 2014

Blue Diamond Growers was chosen as Food Engineering's 2014 Plant of the Year. The Sacramento-based company is the world’s largest producer of almonds and almond ingredients.

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Burns & McDonnell project manager RJ Hope and senior project engineer Justin Hamilton discuss the distinctions between Food Safety and Food Defense as well as the implications for food manufacturers of the Food Safety Modernization Act.
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In this January 2015 issue of Food Engineering, we explore how robotics can play a role in pick-and-place, packaging, case packing and palletizing processes, and know where to implement robotic automation.

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