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A union representing meat industry workers has sued the USDA over its new rules allowing faster processing in pork plants.
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.
Automation and control group will coordinate education, readiness and knowledge-sharing.
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
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
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.
OSHA has scaled back the amount of information businesses must post online regarding workplace injuries.
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.
Chicken supplier to McDonald's sold by Brazil's Marfrig.
The Austin Fire Department responded to a call on July 12 regarding the combustion of tortilla chips.
According to the Louisville Courier-Journal, 9,000 of the roughly 18,000 barrels contained in the Kentucky facility were affected.
September 2019 is now the expected start-up date for Costco Wholesale Inc.’s poultry processing operation in Fremont, Neb., according to Craig Wilson, vice president and general merchandising manager.
Fabricated 2015 turkey poisoning was a learning point leading up to election tampering.
Huge worldwide recall under way, but none of the tainted formula is believed to have made it to the U.S.
The Lobby Dustpan Set received two nominations in the competition.
USDA says no danger to food safety or human health.
The interactive events focus on safety in food and beverage plants.
A strain of bird flu was found in a chicken breeder flock on a Tennessee farm contracted to Tyson Foods, company officials said Sunday, March 5.
Listeria monocytogenes contamination triggered 18 of the 43 FDA recalls announced in February, including a dozen tied to cheese.
The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) announces a food safety award program launched ahead of February's Global Food Safety Conference in Houston.