Despite family’s improper cooking of the poultry that could have killed the Salmonella bacteria, Foster Farms held liable for 30 percent of the damages sought.
The Foods Safety and Inspection Service of the USDA has rejected a petition to increase the processing speed of young chicken plants from its 140-bird-per-minute maximum.
Manitoba pork processor leverages robust thermoforming packaging technology to boost its line efficiencies and product shelf appeal
American audit says Canadian inspection of meats could lead to harmful transmission of pathogens like E. coli.
Food police have beef with food labeling in the U.S.
How those three things relate to the Zika Virus – read on…
New one-year program to monitor if retailers are using government recommendations to control listeria in retail deli outlets.
Researchers have determined that a five minute bath in hot and then cool water helps maintain the just-plucked taste of tomatoes.
What protein gap, eh? Canadian chicken farmers expected to help fill protein gap in the U.S. in 2014.
U.S. processing company distributes beef products cut from diseased and unsound cows.
Recall affects over 300,000 pounds of frozen, ready-to-eat beef and poultry products.
The X-Series of vertical form fill seal (VFFS) baggers manufactured by Triangle Package Machinery Co. are available in versions that meet the requirements of U.S.D.A. and 3-A Sanitary Standards.