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Food Safety News Sun 2/2/2020


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Win or lose today, leftover food safety can give you a post-game touchdown
By News Desk on Feb 02, 2020 12:04 am Whether your team wins or loses Super Bowl LIV, you probably have leftovers — leftovers that will be consumed as you watch your team’s highlights the next day or consumed as you try to forget your team’s loss by watching Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelor.” Here are some Food Safety tips from the USDA... Continue Reading

Campylobacter common at low levels in Australian chicken
By News Desk on Feb 02, 2020 12:03 am Retail chicken meat often contains Campylobacter but the level of contamination is generally low, according to a recent research report. Researchers collected 1,490 chicken, beef, lamb, and pork samples from Australian supermarkets and butchers from October 2016 to October 2018. The work, published in the Journal of Food Protection in December, covered Campylobacter species in... Continue Reading

CFIA inspection of bottled clams brings recall for Clostridium botulinum contamination
By News Desk on Feb 01, 2020 08:58 pm Cielo Glamping Maritime has recalled bottled clams because they are potentially contaminated with the presence of dangerous bacteria, namely Clostridium botulinum. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) issued a warning over the Feb. 1 recall. The bottled calms were distributed in New Brunswick. The bottled clams from Cielo Glamping Maritime were recalled from the marketplace... Continue Reading

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