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  • Fri, 22 Feb 2019 05:05:28 +0000: Publisher’s Platform: Is it ‘reckless misconduct’ to grow, process and sell romaine lettuce? - Food Safety News
    Opinion We have a romaine E. coli case in Idaho of a young man who suffered a severe case of hemolytic uremic syndrome (HUS), was hospitalized for a month and incurred nearly $250,000 in medical expenses and lost wages. He has a risk of future kidney complications, (including a transplant), but not likely to meet... Continue Reading
  • Fri, 22 Feb 2019 05:03:48 +0000: Public Health shuts down Ooba Tooba Restaurant in heart of high tech country - Food Safety News
    Public Health — Seattle & King County closed the Ooba Toooa Restaurant in Redmond on Feb. 20 because facilities were inadequate to control or maintain food temperatures. Redmond, located east of Seattle, is the King County city known for being home to Microsoft, Nintendo of American and a population of about 65,000. Ooba Tooba, 15802... Continue Reading
  • Fri, 22 Feb 2019 05:02:55 +0000: UK investigates outbreak linked to mayonnaise; product distributed in Europe - Food Safety News
    Authorities in the United Kingdom are investigating a foodborne outbreak linked to avocado oil mayonnaise. It is suspected to be caused by too low acidity due to a production error leading to absence of vinegar in the product prompting a mold and Salmonella risk. The outbreak is linked to a recall made this week in... Continue Reading
  • Fri, 22 Feb 2019 05:01:26 +0000: Officials eye raw eggs in Salmonella outbreak; patient count increasing fast - Food Safety News
    The likely source of contamination in a Salmonella outbreak that has sickened more than 50 people is related to handling raw egg products, according to Australian authorities. An investigation into the outbreak associated with three Angkor Bakery stores found a number of food and environmental samples collected from stores last week were positive for Salmonella.... Continue Reading
  • Thu, 21 Feb 2019 05:05:29 +0000: Letter From The Editor: The Winter of Discontent - Food Safety News
    Opinion Usually, I hold my opinions until the weekend, but this week it dawned on me that we may be experiencing the winter of raw milk’s discontent. I thought it best to speak up immediately. State capitols are hot during the coldest weeks of winter because state lawmakers are introducing bills they hope will get... Continue Reading

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