Food Safety News - 12/25/2021 How to keep holiday leftovers safe to eat

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How to keep holiday leftovers safe to eat
By News Desk on Dec 25, 2021 12:03 am
Too much food seems like a holiday tradition, making for lots of leftovers. This means food needs to be stored properly so it can be enjoyed for a couple more days. To ensure that your holiday spread remains safe to eat, follow these guidelines: Two-hour rule: All perishable items should be refrigerated within two hours... Continue Reading

Man jailed for selling potentially deadly DNP to people in the EU and U.S.
By Joe Whitworth on Dec 25, 2021 12:01 am
A man in England has been jailed for selling a chemical sometimes marketed as a fat burner on the internet. Jack Finney was sentenced at Chester Crown Court to 28 months in prison. Products were found containing 2,4- dinitrophenol (DNP) in Northwich during an investigation by the Food Standards Agency’s NFCU, Cheshire Police, UK Border... Continue Reading

Deli recalls raw pet food because of Salmonella; people also at risk
By News Desk on Dec 24, 2021 03:39 pm
Woody’s Pet Food Deli of Minneapolis, MN, is recalling Raw Cornish Hen pet food sold with a “With Supplements” sticker because of a Salmonella health risk to people and pets. The product was distributed in the company’s retail stores in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and Woodbury, MN. Salmonella can affect animals eating the product and there is risk to... Continue Reading

Farm recalls unpasteurized, raw milk and cream because of positive test for E. coli
By News Desk on Dec 24, 2021 03:25 pm
Schoonover Farms LLC of Odessa, WA, is recalling retail raw whole milk and cream after a test showed E. coli. “The recall was initiated after routine sampling conducted by the Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) revealed the presence of toxin-producing E. coli in retail raw cream dated 12-23 (December 23). Schoonover Farms LLC and... Continue Reading is reader supported and as an Amazon Associate, we may earn commissions from qualifying purchases.