Food Safety News - 06/18/2022 Ferrero gets go-ahead to restart Belgian plant

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Ferrero gets go-ahead to restart Belgian plant

By Joe Whitworth on Jun 18, 2022 12:05 am
The Belgian food safety agency has given the green light for Ferrero to resume production at the factory behind a large, International Salmonella outbreak. The Federal Agency for the Safety of the Food Chain (FASFC) decided to allow conditional approval for the plant in Arlon, Belgium. FASFC, also known as AFSCA and FAVV, suspended operations... Continue Reading

EAS Consulting Group offers complimentary webinar on food allergens

By News Desk on Jun 18, 2022 12:03 am
EAS Consulting Group and Food Safety News are offering a complimentary webinar titled “Food Allergens and the FDA: What’s Happening” that will look at what we have learned since the Food Allergen Control and Consumer Protection Act (FALCPA) became effective, what changes are coming — including those triggered by the addition of sesame to the... Continue Reading

Case of anaphylactic shock spurs company to recall fish products

By News Desk on Jun 17, 2022 06:42 pm
888 Fish Company is recalling certain fish products after a consumer had a severe allergic reaction. “A recall was initiated after receiving a consumer complaint of anaphylactic reaction. Through investigation it was determined that the formulation of an ingredient was changed to include eggs,” according to a recall notice posted by the Food and Drug Administration.... Continue Reading

Floodwaters force infant formula plant to close down again ‘for a few weeks’

By Coral Beach on Jun 17, 2022 06:11 pm
The infant formula plant that just reopened June 4 after being closed for almost four months because of food safety problems is closed again, this time because of flooding. Abbott Nutrition’s production plant in Sturgis, MI, closed down earlier this week after floodwaters swept through the area, according to a statement from the company. “These... Continue Reading is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.

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