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Listeria Outbreak Linked to Queso Fresco Made by El Abuelito Cheese Inc.

March 1, 2021 by

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The CDC has posted the following outbreak on its website. Important information: Illnesses: 10 Hospitalizations: 9 Deaths: 0 States: 4 Recall: Yes Investigation status: Active Queso fresco product labels: On February 19, El Abuelito Cheese Inc. recalled all queso fresco products made at the same facility with sell-by dates through 03/28/21. These queso fresco products […]

A Trader Joe’s employee called for stronger coronavirus measures. The company fired him.

March 1, 2021 by

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By Brittany Shammas and Hannah Knowles, The Washington Post March 1, 2021 | 9:33 AM The Trader Joe’s employee appealed directly to the CEO. In a letter citing a medical journal and experts who study respiratory transmission of the coronavirus, Ben Bonnema called on the grocery chain’s head, Dan Bane, to adopt more-stringent safety protocols. […]

Anderson Nutrition Services

February 28, 2021 by

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Hospitality Crisis

January 14, 2021 by

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by Susan Reef, editor US Food Safety The food and beverage, referred to as hospitality, industry has taken a blow that is unprecedented due to Covid-19. The once robust hospitality is a shell of its former self. Closures, restaurants hibernating in colder climates, and a reduction in the workforce is heartbreaking. Our business, that depends […]

Grocery stores pull pizza dough from shelves

October 13, 2020 by

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Big Y, Shaw’s, Star Market + Hannaford are among the retailers pulling fresh pizza dough from store shelves. According to Boston.com, a New Hampshire man is accused of putting razor blades in the pizza dough at a Hannaford store in Saco, Maine. Nicholas R. Mitchell, 38, was arrested Sunday night and charged as a fugitive […]