The causal agent of the Tropical Race 4 of the Banana Fusarium wilt fungus Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. cubense, known throughout the industry as TR4 or Panama disease, is considered the… [Read More]
A graduate of the University of Miami, Keith Loria is an award-winning journalist who has been writing for major newspapers and magazines for close to 20 years, on topics as diverse as food, sports, business, theater, and government. He started his career with the Associated Press and has held high editorial positions at Rinkside, BCA Insider, and Soap Opera Digest. Reach him at [email protected]
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Missouri Researchers Introduce Rapid Biosensor to Detect Foodborne Illnesses
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveal that more than 48 million Americans get sick each year from foodborne illnesses. The social and economic impact of foodborne illnesses, such… [Read More]
Creating a Sustainable Food Future
The World Resources Institute leads joint study showing what needs to be done to help feed 10 billion people by 2050.
Plasma Science Could be Key to Decontaminating Raw Produce
New research reveals a way a microwave-like device could improve food safety for food manufacturers and restaurants.
UGA Study Shows USMCA’s Potential Damage to Georgia Produce Industry
U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue responds to criticism of the deal.
Surviving the Storm
How food service/retail companies can ensure the safety of their food products when hit with extreme weather.
CleanSlate UV Files FTC Complaint Against PhoneSoap
The infection control company alleges the marketing claims made by PhoneSoap are deceptive concerning its disinfection technology.
Preserving Food with Natural Ingredients
A new study reveals how a natural antioxidant in grain bran may preserve food longer.
Cheers to Improved Quality, Production of CO2 in Carbonated Drinks
The carbonated beverage market raises its glass to efforts in overcoming carbon dioxide issues.
Will USMCA Be Better Partnership Than NAFTA?
The food and beverage industry seems to be in agreement with the proposed, trilateral deal.
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