Food Safety Summit to tackle government regulations

The 2011 Food Safety Summit is April 19-21 in Washington, DC. Registration for the event is now open with early bird discounts available. “The 2011 Food Safety Summit is dedicated to providing the highest quality education and solutions available to...

Pennsylvania restaurants on scam alert

Restaurants in Pennsylvania have been warned by the U.S. Agriculture Department of a potential scam involving an unidentified caller claiming to be a health inspector seeking business information. Restaurants in Venango and York counties have recently received the suspicious calls.

Food Safety Reform Bill passes Senate vote

The National Restaurant Association has applauded Tuesday’s Senate passage of S. 510, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Safety Modernization Act. The act, passed by a vote of 73 to 25, will enable the FDA to order recalls of...

Chiquita unveils FreshRinse produce wash

Chiquita Brands has announced that following years of intensive research and investment, it has introduced FreshRinse, a new produce wash that has been found to dramatically reduce microorganisms on leafy greens. “Based on our extensive research, we view FreshRinse as...

2011 Food Safety Summit set for April

The 13th Annual Food Safety Summit will lead with a ServSafe Training and Certification program on April 18, 2011, at the Walter E Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. This year’s event seeks to offer an outstanding educational program that...

Daily Beast lists '30 Deadliest Pizza Slices'

Big Pizza has gotten another pie to the face for allegedly slinging nutritionally poor product. News and blog site The Daily Beast has revealed its ranking of the unhealthiest pizza in America. It's really simply a listing of the largest...

Domino's launches Square Puff pizza

Domino's Australia has launched a Square Puff pizza made of pastry crust that fills an entire square box, according to Australian Food News. From the story: Domino’s CEO Don Meij said the Square Puff pizza was unique to Domino’s and...

Lucerne Foods/Safeway issues Cali-wide recall details

In cooperation with the Hillandale Farms' Aug. 20 voluntary recall of eggs due to possible Salmonella Enteriditis contamination, Lucerne Foods is expanding the recall of 5 Dozen Count packages of Lucerne Grade AA Large Eggs sold at 19 Safeway stores in California.

FDA's Reportable Food Registry discusses first results

The FDA will hold a conference call with media to discuss the first seven months of operation of the Reportable Food Registry, the electronic portal required by Congress through which manufacturers (and foodservice providers, in the terms of a still-pending...

NRA: Sandridge Food Corp. debuts food processing technology

Sandridge Food Corporation unveiled its new high-pressure processing (HPP) system during the 2010 NRA Show last week in Chicago. HPP is a food processing method that uses cold water under high pressure to provide safe processed foods, rather than the traditional thermal process and preservatives.

NRA: Ecolab launches food rotation program

Ecolab Inc. has announced the launch of its Prep-n-Print food rotation program at the 2010 National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show.

NRA show spotlights produce innovation and food safety

The 2010 National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show will feature two produce-focused education sessions that will tap into consumer trends and food safety, and a featured cooking demonstration at its World Culinary Showcase that will highlight produce as a cost-saving,...

New USDA performance standards for poultry to reduce foodborne illness

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has released new performance standards to reduce salmonella and campylobacter in young chickens (broilers) and turkeys, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has announced.

Romaine lettuce recall emphasizes need for food safety bill

Freshway Foods has issued a voluntary recall for products containing romaine lettuce with a use by date of May 12 or earlier because they have the potential to be contaminated with E. coli O145 bacteria.

ServSafe supplement recommends ozone use for food safety

The National Restaurant Association Education Foundation ServSafe program now includes instructions for using ozone in food safety procedures for the processing of fruits and vegetables, a process now recommended in the FDA Food Code. ServSave Fifth Edition Supplement, which includes...

Black, red pepper recall may affect restaurants

A Food and Drug Administration investigation of a salmonella Montevideo outbreak that led to the recall of ready-to-eat Italian-style meats earlier this year has expanded to black and red pepper. The FDA is now actively investigating the supply chain of black and red pepper supplied to Daniele International Inc., Pascoag, R.I.

Red Book Solutions partners with NRA

Red Book Solutions has announced a partnership with the National Restaurant Association to create valuable tools for restaurant industry professionals.   Through the partnership, Red Book Solutions has created National Restaurant Association Editions of The Manager's Red Book, The Heart of the House Yellow Book and The Bar Green Book.

Mass. working on food allergy safety plan for restaurants

With the incidents of food allergies continuing to rise, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health hopes to implement a plan this summer to require restaurant staff and menus to address the potential adverse reactions to certain ingredients. The state's Food...

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