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ACI Food Law and Regulation Forum

May 19, 2017 by

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Salmonella Outbreak in Hopkins County, KY Turns Fatal as Investigation Continues

September 22, 2013 by

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Sponsored Advertorial by Ron Simon At least seven confirmed cases, including one fatality, have been reported by Hopkins County Health Department Director Denise Beach.  Beach, who acknowledged that there are occasional cases of salmonella food poisoning in the county, conceded that such a high number of reports in a single week is clearly unusual and […]

Food Safety Lawyer Ron Simon Files First Four Cyclospora Lawsuits In Texas, Nebraska, and Ohio Linked to Contaminated Leafy Greens

August 30, 2013 by

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Sponsored Advertorial Food Safety Lawyer Ron Simon Files First Four Cyclospora Lawsuits In Texas, Nebraska, and Ohio Linked to Contaminated Leafy Greens Houston-based national food safety lawyer Ron Simon has filed the first four Cyclospora lawsuits in Texas, Nebraska, and Ohio stemming from a multi-state outbreak linked to leafy greens produced in and imported from […]

Cantaloupe again? Jeeez

August 17, 2012 by

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Kentucky , Indiana, Tennessee and Illinois are going to be reporting a multi-state Salmonella outbreak – Texas and Nebraska have also seen an up tic in Salmonella cases – not clear they are linked:   http://www.salmonellablog.com/salmonella-outbreaks/are-texas-and-nebraska-salmonella-cases-linked-to-cantaloupe/index.html   Of course there has been the recent Listeria melon recall – Burch Farms: Unsanitary Conditions, Positive Listeria Test, No […]