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Food safety

New study by USDA, FDA aims to enhance food safety in retail delis (Risk assessment targets Listeria monocytogenes) – USDA FSIS

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety Inspection […]

Good morning! Here are your Monday links

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Food safety

The changing world of food traceability – Food Safety News

In recent years, traceability has become increasingly important.

Cooperative interstate shipment programs: What you should know – FSIS Constituent […]

H7N9 avian flu numbers increase, markets affected

As the numbers of those infected with a new strain of avian flu rise, nations are taking extra precautions to prevent the spread of the virus.

As of yesterday, 126 cases of H7N9 avian flu had been confirmed, with 24 deaths, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). The majority of those have occurred in […]

Start your day off right with the Monday links

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Food safety

FDA, FSIS to hold public meeting on risk assessment of Listeria monocytogenes in retail delis – Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

The public meeting is planned […]

Another Monday links closer to summer

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Animal safety

Ask the Vet live event on botulism and horses – The Horse.com

It’s almost here! Join Neogen’s Dr. Jim Little and University of Pennsylvania assistant professor Dr. Amy […]

The Monday links: Tax Day edition

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Food safety

Obama administration seeks FDA funding increase for FSMA implementation – Food Safety News

The White House’s budget includes a 20 percent increase for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) […]

Welcome back from the weekend with the Monday links

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Food safety

Determining the “high risk foods”: Another analysis sees things differently – Leavitt Partners blog

Different reports see different risk levels for foods.

Global networks make food safer – FoodSafety.gov

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Chinese officials ramp up avian flu prevention plans

More than 20,000 birds have been culled in Shanghai in an effort to stop the spread of a new strain of avian flu that’s killed six people.

The first three diagnosed cases of the H7N9 strain were confirmed Sunday. Since then, a total of 14 cases have been reported in China, along its eastern coast, […]

Officials monitoring new strain of avian influenza

A new strain of avian influenza has sickened several people in China and led to the stoppage of Chinese chicken imports into Vietnam.

Three people in the Jiangsu province are “critically ill” with the H7N9 strain of the virus. Prior to the confirmation of the virus in Jiangsu, three people were diagnosed with the virus […]