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CDC surveillance report on pathogens linked to deaths

Top 6 deadliest foodborne pathogens

By Joseph James Whitworth

Salmonella ranks as the pathogen most linked to deaths after a decade-long Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) surveillance report.

United Biscuits McVitie’s Christmas cake range

United Biscuits unveils McVitie’s Christmas cake range

By Kacey Culliney

United Biscuits has revealed its UK Christmas cake range – including some old favorites like Jamaica Ginger Cake and Galaxy Mistletoe Kisses, along with a new Irish cream cake bar. The UK firm hopes to tap into the lucrative Christmas cake category that...

Food recalls take us to UK, USA, Canada, Greece

Food Safety recall round-up 13 -19 September

Recalls: Allergens, uninspected product, E.coli O157 and histamine levels

By Joseph James Whitworth

Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to UK, USA, Canada, Greece and around the EU where we find undeclared allergens, uninspected ravioli, E.coli O157, histamine level concerns and a spate of Salmonella findings prompting...

UK, USA, New Zealand and Aus: Salmonella, metal contamination and undeclared allergens

Food Safety recall round-up 6-12 September

Metal, salmonella, traceability issues and undeclared allergens

By Joseph James Whitworth

Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand and Greece where we find Salmonella, possible metal contamination, temperature and traceability concerns and undeclared allergens prompting recalls.

UK, USA and Canada: Listeria, Salmonella, concerns about glass breaking and undeclared allergens

Food safety recall round-up 30 August - 5 September

Recalls: Listeria, Salmonella, glass breakage and undeclared milk

By Joseph James Whitworth

Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to UK, USA and Canada where we find Listeria, Salmonella, concerns about glass breaking and an undeclared milk allergen concerns prompting recalls.

Recalls: Allergens, listeria and glass contamination concerns

food safety recall round-up 23-29 August

Allergens, listeria and glass prompt recalls

By Joseph James Whitworth

Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to UK, USA, Germany, Australia and Canada where we find allergens, listeria and glass contamination concerns leading to market withdrawals.

Food recalls down to allergens and metal concerns

Food Safety Recall round-up 16-22 August

Tesco, Asda and allergens involved in recalls

By Joseph James Whitworth

Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to UK, USA, Hong Kong and Canada where we find allergens and metal fragments  prompting market withdrawals.

FQN looks at the reasons behind food recalls this week

Food Safety recall round-up gallery 9-15 August

Allergens, glass, salmonella and listeria prompt recalls

By Joseph James Whitworth

Our quest to search out the reasons behind food recalls this week takes us to Australia, France, USA and Canada where we find allergens, glass fragments, listeria and salmonella prompting market withdrawals.

Listeria forced seperate food recalls across four countries

Food safety recall round-up 2-8 August 2013

Listeria, Fonterra and food additive force recalls

Food recalls this week have been dominated by listeria, the whey protein concentrate (WPC) produced by Fonterra contaminated with Clostridium Botulinum and the use of a food additive not permitted for use in certain products.

Hepatitis A, Allergens, glass fragments and salmonella make the recall round-up this week

Food Safety Recall round-up 19 -25 July

By Joseph James Whitworth

Food recalls this week have been caused by Hepatitis A, salmonella, glass pieces and undeclared sesame from Ireland, England, USA and Canada.

FoodQualityNews looks at the recalls this week

Food Safety Recall round-up 12 -18 July

By Joseph James Whitworth

Food recalls this week ranging from USA, Canada, Greece, New Zealand and England with salmonella and listeria concerns the worst offenders

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