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People are reflected in a window of a closed McDonald's restaurant, one of four temporarily closed by the state food safety watchdog, in Moscow.
There are new federal regulations aimed at getting rid of contaminated meat before it hits the shelves.
School is almost back in session and as you pack your children's lunches experts say take extra precaution to keep the food from going bad.
While okra has been widely used as a vegetable for soups and stews, a new study in the Journal of Food Science, published by the Institute of Food Technologists , shows how okra extracts can be used as a stabilizer in ice cream.
From Call For Action investigations to anchoring, Sarah Schwabe works hard daily to help the community with issues that matter to them.
Food-safety experts at Consumer Reports crunched the numbers on mercury levels in seafood - and they have a new recommendation for pregnant women: Don't eat tuna at all.
Following a recall by nSpired Natural Foods, Inc., Giant Food Stores, LLC and Martin's Food Markets says it removed from sale MaraNatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters due to potential Salmonella contamination.
Children are at high risk of contracting foodborne illness because their immune systems are still developing.
Russia's food safety watchdog has temporarily shut down four McDonald's restaurants in central Moscow - including Russia's first outlet near Red square -- for alleged sanitary violations.
The $5.5 million expansion doubled the square footage of the facility, dubbed the Plymouth Food Innovation Center, from 20,000 to 40,000.
Food safety staff from the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services put out a statement Wednesday, warning people not to eat any canned soups or sauces made by Corfinio Foods of Richmond.
On May 15th, 2013, Chicago Magazine dining critic Jeff Ruby tweeted the following: "When Nietzsche said "That which does not kill you makes you stronger," he obviously never had food poisoning from a Lebanese restaurant."
As parents begin sending their children back to public school, some are choosing to bypass the cafeteria's pre-planned food schedule, opting to pack their own lunch instead.
Each year one out of every six Americans is sickened by a foodborne illness, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
To see the true heights of government cronyism, look to the lowly catfish. The current controversy over catfish inspections is a great example of how government rules can be created and adapted to protect one player in a market, at the expense of the others.
With the start of a new school year, it is time to review some health and safety precautions for packing school lunches.
Updated: Fri Aug 22, 2014 06:21 am
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