A new report reveals that pandemic-related food safety risks evolving from changes in food production and technology are among the top reasons for expecting rising claims over the next year
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The parasite is an increasing cause of foodborne illness, especially in fresh produce
The effort is aimed at increasing competition, leveling playing field for smaller producers.
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Under the bills, vegetarian and vegan foods sold in the state could not be labeled as meat, milk, or dairy if they don’t contain those products.
If passed, the legislation would make CPG companies cover the cost of disposing of their packaging
The temporary federal rule updates guidance for health-care worker protection, but omits measures for food system workers
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What the ransomware attack might mean for the meat supply
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