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Listeria cases have increased among two groups of the population: people over 75 and women aged 25-44 (believed to be mainly pregnancy-related).
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Despite significant advances in detection tools, regulations and consumer education on Food Safety, foodborne illness outbreaks are expected to increase.
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See how the new ISO 19657 technical specification will help the food and beverage industry players speak the same language!
Food Safety Magazine invited industry leaders in food retail to help elucidate the challenges around creating a culture of food safety.
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How pesticide expert’s new approach will help risk assessors to make better use of epidemiological data.
Why farmers and manufacturers are turning to automation for prevention-based control throughout the supply chain.
Globally, one out of 10 people fall sick every year from eating contaminated food, with the African and Southeast Asian regions having the highest incidence.