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  • Foster Farms Recalls Chicken Products

    Pew expert calls USDA’s approach to salmonella ‘wholly inadequate' Foster Farms, the nation’s sixth-biggest chicken producer, announced a voluntary recall of some chicken products July 3, 2014, as victims continue to be identified in a 16-month salmonella outbreak caused by poultry the company processed. Read More

  • Letter to Congress: Critical Time to Increase FDA Food Safety Funding

    A coalition of consumer groups are calling on Congress for a substantial increase in funding for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) so that the agency can implement the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act. In a letter to the chairmen and the ranking members of the subcommittees that allocate funding to FDA, the organizations stressed the critical need for additional resources in fiscal year... Read More

  • Pew Highlights Weaknesses in Poultry Safety System

    The Pew Charitable Trusts released a report that examines how two recent outbreaks of foodborne salmonella infections exemplify flaws in the federal food safety program. The report, “Weaknesses in FSIS's Salmonella Regulation,” also makes seven recommendations to improve the Food Safety and Inspection Service's (FSIS) control of salmonella in poultry and strengthen its response to outbreaks... Read More

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