Food Safety News - 06/05/2022 Study assesses link between inspection results and outbreaks

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Study assesses link between inspection results and outbreaks

By News Desk on Jun 05, 2022 12:03 am
Researchers have tried to find out if inspection findings can be used to predict where foodborne outbreaks may happen. The study investigated whether routine inspection results were associated with the occurrence of foodborne outbreaks in restaurants and institutional catering. The hypothesis was that poorer inspection results would be associated with an elevated risk of outbreaks.... Continue Reading

Those trying to stop human illnesses from poultry won’t give up

By Dan Flynn on Jun 05, 2022 12:00 am
The petitioners who believe that listing 31 illness-causing Salmonella serotypes as contaminants in meat and poultry products aren’t likely to take “no” as an answer. Bill Marler (publisher of Food Safety News), attorney for Rick Schiller, Steven Romes, the Porter Family, Food & Water Watch, the Consumer Federation of America, and Consumer Reports, plans to... Continue Reading is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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