For a round up of mad cow news and previous blog posts, click here.
Colorado cantaloupe farmers are taking proactive steps to prevent outbreaks, such as the Listeria outbreak last year.
Interview with a heartworm specialist
Dr. Jennifer Coates of Fully Vetted interviews heartworm specialist Dr. Cristiano Von Simson to give readers the scoop on what they need to know about the parasite.
Think chimeras only exist in myths? Think again.
The Senate Agriculture Committee released its draft bill Friday.
North Carolina is hoping new regulations will prevent future Salmonella spp. and Shiga-toxin producing E. coli, or STEC, outbreaks.
Check out the latest updates on the Salmonella sushi outbreak
- Seek and ye shall find: Second Salmonella strain in sushi slime, 200 sick
- Multistate outbreak linked to raw sushi grows to 200 cases
Curious about food prices for the upcoming year? Check out the links below.
- Meat, cheese behind this year’s retail increase in prices for food
- USDA: Food prices won’t jump as much in as in 2011
A Leavitt Partners blog post explores recent reports issued by FDA.
The FDA soon could have more money to help transition to its expanding role.
One rule derived from the massive Food Safety Modernization Act will be published soon, according to the FDA.
The bill would increase hens’ ability to “engage in natural behaviors” but opponents say the move is too costly.
The question still remains? Who will win this year’s Kentucky Derby?
Food Safety News takes a look at how the FDA and food companies can stop outbreaks before they occur.
This is simply tragic.
Do you live by a food desert?
What could be lurking under the ice?
Meat reforms are hitting the European Union as well.
The stallion that sired several top racers, including Kentucky Derby winner Barbaro, has died.