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Public health officials are slowly identifying more students with E. coli infections in an outbreak associated with Huntley High School in Illinois. The outbreak was
Chicago’s Department of Public Health has confirmed 55 Salmonella infections stemming from the outbreak at an Avondale taqueria, Carniceria Guanajuato, up from 20 last week.
The Joint FAO/WHO Expert Meetings on Microbial Risk Assessment (JEMRA) released a summary of findings last year, but now the final report is available
Public health officials are doubling down on their determination that a central kitchen serving the centers was the source of the pathogen The patient count
As part of its enforcement activities, the Food and Drug Administration sends warning letters to entities under its jurisdiction. Some letters are not posted for
A norovirus outbreak originating from a California restaurant has sickened about 100 people, according to the San Luis Obispo County Public Health Department. Jessie Burmester,
Salmonella outbreaks study finds adulterant declaration might help prevent illnesses due to certain chicken products
The not ready-to-eat breaded, stuffed chicken products that are the target of new USDA regulations to declare Salmonella as an adulterant have often been the
lēf Farms is recalling a single lot of the lēf Farms “Spice” Packaged Salad Greens produced in its Loudon, NH greenhouse because of potential Escherichia
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has hosted regulators from different countries to discuss how to prepare for food safety crises and manage incidents. It was
The Perrigo Company is recalling certain lots of Gerber Good Start SootheProTM Powdered Infant Formula because of potential Cronobacter sakazakii contamination. The product was distributed in the U.S.
On March 27, 2023, the National Health Commission of the People’s Republic of China notified the WHO of a confirmed human case with the Avian
FDA officials confirmed that the strain of virus found in frozen organic strawberries involved in a multistate outbreak this year is the same strain that
A new study suggests that wild birds transmitted the Avian Influenza virus to seals in New England last summer. The virus, spreading among birds in
The concern is growing within the Argentine government due to the first positive case of Avian Influenza detected in Manique, Río Negro, an issue that