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A simple school science project has embarrassed food and pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline and cost it $227,500 in fines.
Mike Taylor, deputy commissioner for foods and veterinary medicine at the FDA, will leave June 1. Succeeding him as acting commissioner will be Dr. Stephen Ostroff, who was acting commissioner of the FDA before Robert Califf was confirmed.
Partnership will Expand the Scope of NSF International's Electrical Testing and Certification Services for Food and Recreational Water Equipment, Biohazard Cabinetry, and Mechanical Plumbing
Packaging Network, Food Safety Network and Technology Network create opportunities to network with professionals in similar disciplines.
Consumer advocates are pushing for an international standard for labels that would list exactly how much, in percentages, of certain ingredients is in packaged food products.
Some of the world's largest food companies and retailers have agreed to standardize expiration labels on packaging to simplify food dating for consumers.
And Whole Foods, Trader Joes, Aldi and other stores vow not the carry the genetically engineered salmon.
The FDA is seeking comments from the public for the use of the term 'natural' in the labeling of human food products.
SymphonyIRI Group announces the most successful food and beverage CPG brands in its 2011 New Product Pacesetters report.
Toxic heavy metals are present in 94% of the baby foods sampled in a new study.
Dole Foods is withdrawing the sale of salads in three Canadian provinces and more than 20 U.S. states after a listeria outbreak linked to its packaged salads.
Food is one of 16 “critical infrastructure” sectors considered so vital that their incapacitation or destruction would seriously hurt the country.
A recent study of fast food restaurants found coliform bacteria on a greater percentage of food items handled by gloved hands than on those handled by bare hands.
New research from Stanford University finds clear link between canned food and exposure to Bisphenol A, or BPA, a hormone-disrupting chemical.
Aimmune is developing treatments for life-threatening food allergies, leading with a product for peanut allergy.
Fourth-ever U.S. case, a dairy cow, was not intended for slaughter.
FDA and California Inspectors Identify Salmonella
Chicago-based food technologists society to help UN organization.
Dean Foods' Dairy Pure milk is named one of 10 Rising Stars by Information Resources, Inc.
A Purdue University researcher has found a way to detect trace amounts of melamine in infant formula.
ConAgra Foods announced its inaugural Corporate Responsibility Report is now available online through the companys web site, www.conagrafoods.com.
Larger companies have three years to come up with food defense plan.
Kerry Ingredients & Flavours announced an expanded recall of products containing peanuts.
Rochester Midland introduced a new Food Sanitation Program for fruit and vegetable manufacturers that reduces the risk of pathogens and spoilage microbes in fruit and vegetable processing lines.