CDC and FDA report additional illnesses and hospitalizations in outbreak stretching across 34 states; Canadian outbreak linked to U.S. illnesses.
Samara E. Kuehne is Professional Editor of Food Quality & Safety. She has been an editor and writer in the health, medical, and food safety spheres for more than 20 years, and joined the FQ&S team in 2019.
Articles by Samara Kuehne
Ultraviolet technology can help eradicate deadly pathogens in food.
Food Quality & Safety has received an APEX Award of Excellence for writing for the entire April/May 2022 issue. Read the award-winning issue. The annual APEX Awards are given by… [Read More]
A new report from the agency found that more than 40% of foodborne illness outbreaks are caused by ill food workers
The U.S. Supreme Court rejected the opposition to California’s Proposition 12, which bans the sale of pork in the state that comes from pigs kept in gestation crates.
Virgin and extra virgin olive oils are sometimes adulterated with cheaper vegetable oils and lower-grade olive oils due to the high demand and price of high-grade olive oil. Not only… [Read More]
On December 23, the Senate finally confirmed Jose Emilio Esteban, PhD, as USDA Under Secretary for Food Safety, on the last day of business before the 177th Congress closed. Dr…. [Read More]
How a GC-MS/MS method can allow for sensitive and consistent quantification in food.
How the pandemic may necessitate changes to your IA rule preparedness.
If you have received a positive allergen test result and perhaps have recalled a product, you should try to determine the root cause of the situation.