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New federal inspection rules will allow pork slaughterhouses to run lines faster.
Agency approval of key ingredient soy hemoglobin is final hurdle to vegetarian burger.
Influential Women in Manufacturing will honor three women from the food and beverage space during an awards luncheon on October 4, 2019 in Chicago.
Automation and control group will coordinate education, readiness and knowledge-sharing.
The Trump administration has significantly slowed the intensity of enforcement by the FDA.
No surprises in the specifications for creation and sale of edibles.
Expansion project emphasizes exports of U.S. beef.
27 manufacturing leaders—among more than 120 women nominated by their peers and others they've inspired—join the ranks of Influential Women in Manufacturing
The FDA has come down in favor of “best if used by” as the preferred phrasing for perishable products.
Food recalls dropped sharply in the U.S. in the first quarter of this year, but it’s nothing to celebrate.
Horrific accident at Economy Locker Storage Co. in central Pennsylvania.
Local news outlets are reporting that a fire broke out just before 5 p.m. CDT
Agency seeks to set 'lawful pathways' for this 'complicated topic.'
Intelligence analyst tells what to do in a food safety threat in speech at ProFood Tech show.
Work at St. Joseph, Mo., headquarters plant suspended due to Missouri River rise and evacuation order.
Commissioner Gottlieb and Deputy Commissioner Yiannas ask for more money to meet new technologies, new challenges.
FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb is resigning after two years in office.
The Trump administration is trying to appeal to the United Kingdom to relax food safety regulations to increase trade after Brexit.
Foster Farms has promoted Dan Huber, a 23-year company veteran, to be its new CEO.
OSHA has scaled back the amount of information businesses must post online regarding workplace injuries.
Keller and Heckman law firm plans annual Practical Food Law Seminar for March 26-28 in San Francisco.
The FDA is calling some food safety inspectors back to work, even though they can’t be paid due to the government shutdown.
London, Ontario, facility is expected on line in 2021.
FDA will oversee cell growth; USDA will manage "harvest," including production and labeling of food products.
Two England restaurateurs sentenced to prison for ignoring peanut allergy warning.