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Source: NBC Chicago
The FDA and the Illinois Department of Public Health have issued a public notice after Del Monte recalled veggie trays that were sold in Illinois and Indiana stores.
June 15, 2018 Kellogg's voluntarily recalls Honey Smacks cereal over possible salmonella contaminationSource: CBS News
Kellogg Company announced Thursday it is voluntarily recalling certain boxes of Honey Smacks cereal for what it's calling a possible health risk because the product may be contaminated with salmonella. The recall comes after...
Canadian authorities have admitted that a patch of an unapproved, genetically modified strain of wheat has been found in the wild, well outside of old Monsanto test areas, but hope the unfortunate discovery won’t hamper exports.
June 13, 2018 WHAT FOOD IS SAFE? AFTER LETTUCE, MELON AND FROZEN CHICKEN RECALLS, HERE’S A LIST OF OTHER FOODS FLAGGED BY THE GOVERNMENTSource: NewsWeek
The U.S. experienced a nationwide romaine lettuce recall earlier this year after E.coli contamination led to the hospitalization of 89 and the death of five. However, lettuce is by far not the only food that has been recalled in...
Source: Carbon Brief
In a new paper, published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, my colleagues and I show that climate change will heighten the risk of production shocks across the world’s biggest crop producers.
June 12, 2018 USDA CROP RATINGS BLOW YEAR AGO GRADES OUT OF THE WATERSource: Successful Farming
DES MOINES, Iowa — The U.S. corn crop condition rating is surging double-digits over last year’s grade, at this same time
June 11, 2018 Tyson Recalls Over 3,000 Lbs. of Frozen Chicken ProductsSource: Snopes
The frozen, uncooked and breaded chicken tenderloins being recalled may be contaminated with blue and clear soft plastics
June 6, 2018 Close to 10' children hospitalized for E. coli; 'raw' milk, farm animals may be sourcesSource: KNOX News
East Tennessee Children's Hospital said Tuesday it's treated "close to 10" children, all younger than 4, for a "serious outbreak" of E. coli-caused illness over the past 10 days.
May 25, 2018 ICO hosts sustainability workshop in MilanSource: Global Coffee Report
The International Coffee Organization (ICO) held a coffee sustainability workshop on 21 May as one of the highlights of the 1st Milano Coffee Festival – a new event in Italy focusing on coffee in all its forms and across the...
Source: Science News
By the end of this century, rice may not deliver the same B vitamin levels that it does today. Protein and certain minerals will dwindle, too, new data suggest.
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