Students report illnesses after eating Jimmy John’s food; investigation ongoing Public health officials continue to investigate a suspected outbreak of foodborne illnesses related to a Jimmy John’s restaurant in Illinois. Many of those sickened are athletes at Illinois State University. A statement issued by Jimmy John’s officials says the restaurant was temporarily closed, […]
Letter From The Editor: End of a safe food program that made a difference Opinion The Farmers to Families Food Box program is dead, killed by Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack. When it runs out of money later this month, it will have spent $5.5 billion in one year on a unique COVID […]
FAO: Organic label is not a guarantee of food safety The term organic is not a guarantee of food safety, according to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). Organic is a way to grow food following specific rules and guidelines, according to a document published by the FAO Regional […]
Audit finds gaps in health agency’s food safety role A report on how the department of health in an Australian state handles food safety has found several shortcomings. Findings from the Western Australian Auditor General included overdue inspections and lack of timely follow up, poor recordkeeping, inefficient reporting practices, and a lack of […]
Molson Coors invests in brewery founded by gang rivals The partnership with Tru Colors is not only a strategic investment but the latest in a series of actions by the beer maker to foster a more inclusive and diverse culture.
Hain Celestial sells Dream and WestSoy to SunOpta for $33M The nondairy beverages are the latest brands sold by the company as it streamlines its portfolio to concentrate on offerings with growth potential.
Leftovers: Special K takes a chocolatey twist; Yogurt bar maker Clio adds a parfait option Kellogg dips into indulgence as it releases a cereal with cocoa-dusted multigrain flakes, while bar maker Quest makes bite-sized treats with less than one gram of sugar.