VIDEO: Wegmans’ Dave Corsi talks the value of getting involved with food safety research

- Produce with Pamela
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.

Waking up and moving forward from 2018’s romaine nightmare

- General News
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.

CDC declares fresh-cut melon outbreak over

- General News
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has declared the fresh-cut melon salmonella outbreak linked to Caito Foods over.

Oppy’s Doug Grant on creating food safety culture

- General News
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.

FDA promises ‘new era of smarter food safety’

- General News

The Food and Drug Administration plans to develop a “Blueprint for a new era of smarter …

Food safety session outlines grim realities – more outbreaks, recalls, and seemingly indestructible pathogens

- General News
SAN ANTONIO —If you want to avoid a food safety disaster, forget the idea of “business as usual.” Martin Wiedmann of Cornell University and Dave Corsi of Wegmans Markets represented the Center for Produce Safety in a gut check session for the industry.

Food safety is on everyone’s mind in Salinas

- Produce Blueprints

Food safety, two simple with words with a powerful punch. Last fall’s E. coli contamination in …

FDA updates Salmonella outbreak investigation, adds nearly 1,500 retail locations

- General News
In an effort to identify the source of the Salmonella Carrau   tied to fresh-cut melon from Indianapolis-based Caito Foods, the Food and Drug Administration has released a detailed list of retail locations where the watermelon, cantaloupe and honeydew could have been sold.

Listeria prompts pea shoot recall

- General News
Golden Pearl Mushrooms Ltd. is recalling GPM brand Pea Shoots from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below.

Updated website provides tools for countering food safety fears

- General News

The redesign of the Alliance for Food and Farming’s gives consumers — and more importantly, …