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A bill poised to pass the House Mar. 2 would impose uniform safety warnings and labeling rules on food and beverages nationwide -- a significant change from current practices that the food industry argues will help consumers but many state agriculture and health officials fear will significantly ...
The National Center for Food Safety and Technology and Illinois Institute of Technology have formed a new HPP working group to drive forward scientific advances and commercial applications for the food and beverage industry.
Long-serving commissioner will leave the food safety agency at the end of March.
Commissioner of Food and Drugs Dr. Andrew C. von Eschenbach today announced the creation of the position of Assistant Commissioner for Food Protection to provide advice and counsel to the Commissioner on strategic and substantive food safety and food defense matters.
Changes to human foods, animal foods, produce safety and foreign supplier verification program.
Bio-terrorism is threatening the U.S. farm and food supply, and Federal efforts were criticized at subcommittee meeting in Athens, Ga.
Award recognizes pioneering food safety process as a technology with significant scientific merit and representing a major technical advancement
Intelligence analyst tells what to do in a food safety threat in speech at ProFood Tech show.
New study finds these and other trends.
The FDA is requesting a total budget of $5.1 billion to protect and promote the public health as part of the President’s fiscal year 2017 budget – an eight-percent boost over FY 2016.
Targets food entrepreneurs seeking to bring better, affordable food brands to more people.
Agency plans update of 2003 Risk Assessment: Deadline July 6
...but who will pay the $1.4 billion?
Looks like a positive view of the food supply
Fact sheet for New York speech targeted FDA inspection and enforcement powers.
Remote video auditing will be used to review the stages in the process where workers clean and sanitize their knives and other pieces of equipment.
China has closed down three companies and arrested several people involved in food and drug scandals that have caused alarm both at home and abroad.
U.S. federal agencies must do a better job of sharing information with each other as well as state, local and private organizations to combat deadly bacteria such as E. coli that threaten thousands of people each year, according to a study released on May 22.
Agency decries USDA's failure to disclose results of a study on practicality of QR codes.