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With the holidays in full swing, health experts from the Wisconsin Departments of Health Services and Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection are reminding consumers to avoid "cannibal sandwiches".
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6 hrs ago | Reuters
Residents in the upper U.S. Midwest should ditch their seasonal tradition of eating "cannibal sandwiches" made of raw ground beef, health officials warned, citing multiple outbreaks of foodborne illnesses since the 1970s and cases last year.
Every day of the week, some 1,400 workers arrive before dawn and emerge in the midafternoon, chatting briefly in the parking lot before fanning out onto the highway.
Criminal charges against a Colorado cantaloupe grower implicated in a 2011 listeria outbreak should cause all fresh produce shippers to take note, according to a recent Web seminar.
A recent news report about broken truck reefer units in Ohio prompted Sen. Sherrod Brown to press the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to act on food safety.
New nanotechnology developed by University of Guelph researchers that stops pathogenic bacteria from doing their "happy dance" might help improve food safety.
While many questions remain about the Food Safety Modernization Act, one industry expert advised that the time to start putting plans in place is upon us.
As Congress hammers out details of a farm bill to set agricultural policy for the next five years, most attention has focused on the debates over food stamps and agricultural subsidies.
Before you know it, the chilly weather will be here and so will the dreaded cold and flu season.
As a fifth generation Arkansas family farmer, Fran Free set off to the University of Arkansas to study agriculture so she could learn the latest innovation to keep the farm relevant and profitable.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 4, 2013 The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service today released its Salmonella Action Plan that outlines the steps it will take to address the most pressing problem it faces-- Salmonella in meat and poultry products.
Food safety is near the top of most Floridians' concerns, behind only the economy and health care, a survey released today by the University of Florida shows.
Hound & Gatos Pet Foods Corporation announces their inclusion in the "2014 List of Trusted Pet Foods."
Now that you've got that deer out of the woods, what's the best way to prepare it? UW officials have a number of tips.
There is a simple reason why Washington outsiders care about the farm bill. Farms grow food, and everyone eats, usually three times a day.
The outbreak involved a potentially deadly strain of E. coli. Keene and his colleagues sprang into action, interviewing victims on the phone.