Category: Food Safety

How bacteria can save children’s lives

A ground-breaking new project in Bangladesh could help reduce the life-long health problems that come from childhood malnourishment – by focusing on the gut.

6 airplane foods you should avoid, according to food safety experts

Incorrect holding temperatures is the number one reason for food-borne illness on a worldwide basis.

Most significant food safety change in 25 years?

In the last 25 years, what was the most significant food safety change?

Caffeine 101

Nearly 90% of the United States population has at least one caffeinated beverage every day.

Improving farm safety: standards for agricultural machinery just updated

The series of standards ISO 25119 is widely used by the agricultural industry and its suppliers and has recently been updated.

International Standards make things work!

ISO has published 22380 International Standards and related documents, covering almost every industry, from technology, to food safety, to agriculture and healthcare. ISO International Standards impact everyone, everywhere.

Post-Brexit US trade deal risk to food safety, says ex-environment minister

Lord Deben believes the British public will not accept lower standards of animal welfare.

Canadians say companies should be responsible for food safety

Canadians believe the greatest responsibility for food safety lies with food companies, but they do not trust them.

Multi-country outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes linked to consumption of salmon products

Ready-to-eat salmon products, such as cold-smoked and marinated salmon, are the likely source of an outbreak of Listeria monocytogenes that has affected Denmark, Germany and France since 2015.

New standard in the cookstoves series just published

Polluting stoves and open fires kill millions every year. A new standard dedicated to clean and safe cookstoves has just been published, providing a valuable platform for the industry to grow.

World Food Day 2018 – What does food mean to you?

The Food and Agriculture Organization is working toward a zero hunger target and encouraging everyone to participate in their own way to helping achieve that goal.

Feeding the world with ISO standards on World Food Day

Zero Hunger is one of the ambitious United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the theme of this year’s World Food Day. ISO International Standards are stepping up to the plate by demonstrating that they are valuable tools in achieving it.

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