Corvium Food Safety News

Weekly News – February 17, 2020

FDA, CDC Say Outbreak Over; Investigation Finds Problems But No Specific Cause The latest salmonella outbreak found in fresh-cut fruit has been declared over. The outbreak caused sickness in 150 people across 14 different states, with a 66% hospitalization rate. A lot of this illness was traced back to people

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Weekly News – February 10, 2020

Walmart, Aldi, Others Fail Recall Litmus Test; Kroger, Target Earn Higher Marks Consumers struggle to keep up with food recalls mainly at the hands of retailers. “The epic fails on the part of the grocery industry is particularly unacceptable because of all of the technology and data processing in place”.

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Weekly News – February 3, 2020

Food Safety Testing Equipment Market Astonishing Growth, Technology and Top key vendors: 3M, Thermo Fisher, Elisa, Ametek, etc. The “Food Safety Testing Equipment Market 2020” report shares key details about the overall market, different companies that have the best products and the overall growth of the industry. Neogen is among

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Weekly News – January 27, 2020

The Danger in Our Salad Bowls Going to Disney is a child’s dream, having to go to the hospital on the way home is a nightmare. The E.Coli outbreak caused serious damage to this family that thought they were just going to have a great time at Disney. After having

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Weekly News – January 20, 2020

Sanitary Design in Meat and Poultry Facilities Recalls can be avoided with the right “proper sanitation and food-safety measures”. The national provisioner believes that cutting edge technology and “streamlined equipment” will help with sanitation, but increasing the priority of sanitation will hopefully reduce the number of recalls. As of November,

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Weekly News – January 13, 2020

E.Coli Outbreaks Linked to Salinas-Grown Romaine Lettuce Over, Deputy Commissioner Frank Yiannas Releases Statement The CDC has reported that the E.Coli outbreak found in romaine lettuce is now officially over. It is now safe to eat the romaine lettuce found in the Salinas region. Hopefully, this major outbreak “will aid romaine growers

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Weekly News – January 6, 2020

2020 Expectations: More Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Technology Advances in Food Safety Testing During a recent Q&A with Food Safety Tech and Sasan Amini, 2020 is supposed to be the year that the food safety industry expects “a stronger focus on how technology and data advances will generate more

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Weekly News – December 30, 2020

Looking Back at the Top Food Safety Issues of 2019 The Acheson Group curated some of the top articles in 2019 in food safety. Topics included lessons from recalls, focusing on allergens, FDA defining specific requirements for IA and customer complaint guidance. Read more Securing the Food Supply Chain: Achieving

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Weekly News – December 23, 2019

2020 Priorities: Sanitation, Automation and Brand Transparency in Supply Chain In a recent Q&A session presented by Food Safety Tech, they look ahead to 2020 and how technology will impact food safety, the additional measures the industry will need to take in order to protect consumers and the emphasis on

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Weekly News – December 16, 2019

E. Coli Update FDA Advises Consumers to Avoid All Romaine Lettuce Harvested in Salinas California The FDA’s recent update states that romaine lettuce harvested in Salinas California has been linked to 3 different strains of E. coli. Currently, there are teams being sent to specific ranches used by the grower

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