To date, there have been no positive product samples, according to information updated by the FDA on July 5.
According to a statement released by Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, the trace back is inconclusive, and that the investigation being conducted by the CDC and FDA has not been completed.
The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention issued an advisory to consumers not to eat whole, fresh papayas imported from Mexico because of salmonella contamination.
PRESS RELEASE IRVINE, CA (June 27, 2019) – During a Forbes AgTech Summit session today moderated …
PRESS RELEASE WASHINGTON, DC (June 26, 2019) – United Fresh Produce Association BB #:145458 is pleased …
Greg and Pamela discuss Uber's new freight plans, the Center for Produce Safety's Research Symposium and a hot market for California Avocados. Memes, cats, dogs and avocados -- what else could you ask for?
Corsi explained the outreach the CPS Knowledge Transfer Task Force undertook to bring in more attendees, and why it’s so important for the broader produce industry to get involved.
Putting the 2018 romaine crisis into perspective isn’t easy to stomach. The industry can’t move forward until it addresses key issues, panelists said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has declared the fresh-cut melon salmonella outbreak linked to Caito Foods over.
For his latest column on behalf of the Center for Produce Safety, Doug Grant, executive vice president and chief operating officer for Oppy, writes about the importance of creating a food safety culture in a produce company.