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Cattle Industry News By Category: Food Safety

22 September 2022
GM corn and soy widely used, consumers wary of biotech wheat
Past attempts to market GM wheat failed...
26 August 2022
FSIS issues public health alert for poultry and meat products
The products contain an undeclared allergen: milk...
22 August 2022
Dutch study finds livestock injest plastic particles via feed pellets
Plastic particles were present in 75% of beef and pork samples tested...
21 August 2022
USDA recommends adding food safety to back-to-school list
Children are particularly sensitive to foodborne illness...
19 August 2022
AVMA passes policies on raw milk, agricultural animals
USDA should be responsible for genetic modification of farm animals, they said...
09 August 2022
Heat waves threaten South Asia’s struggling farmers – many are women
Sitting in a semi-circle in the yard outside of a village school in Nepal, a group of farmers share their concerns about the future. ...
05 August 2022
‘Nanobubble marinade’ helps reduce meat, dairy pathogens
Ozone is used to decontaminate meat, poultry and dairy products...
27 July 2022
This may be a year to think early about winter hay needs
Several of our articles have focused on implications of dry conditions in much of cattle country over the last 12 months, writes Dr. Kenny Burdine, Extension Professor, Livestock Marketing, University of Kentucky. ...
13 July 2022
France to cut nitrites in food after agency confirms cancer risk
Processed meat makers can still use it in cured meats...
08 July 2022
FDA finalises guidance on hazard analysis, preventive controls for animal feed
The guide acts as a resource to minimise food safety issues...
13 June 2022
Health Canada proposes new label for ground beef
The label is for foods high in sodium, sugars or saturated fat...
25 May 2022
Research: Fatty acid and oxidation in beef affected by ageing, cooking methods
A low-fat meat and a short cooking time are the best combination to guarantee the nutritional quality....
21 May 2022
Bring food safety to your summer vacation - USDA
Consumer research shows food safety practices are not being upheld...
27 April 2022
Leading food-integrity researchers question influential data around red meat
An international team of experts, including Professor Chris Elliott of the Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) at Queen’s University Belfast, has called on the influential Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors Study (GBD) to publish...
18 April 2022
Learning from E. coli: study to facilitate traceability during foodborne investigations
Scientists with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS) aim to enhance the capacity of regulatory agencies to trace Escherichia coli (E. coli) O157:H7 back to its source during a foodborne outbreak investigation by studying how the DNA of a specific...
14 April 2022
USDA aims to boost traceability in foodborne outbreak investigations
Scientists are studying E. coli O157:H7 in a closed feedlot...
01 April 2022
EU reports high levels of antibiotic resistance to Salmonella, Campylobacter
Experts found high resistance to ciprofloxacin, a drug used in human health...
07 March 2022
EFSA reassesses feed additive ethoxyquin
It could not conclude on its safety for animals, consumers and the environment...
25 February 2022
Weekly global protein digest: USDA protein outlook, China's soymeal hits record high
Market analyst Jim Wyckoff shares highlights from this week's activities in the global protein market....
22 February 2022
Hong Kong finds Covid in packaged beef, pork
Samples from Brazil and Poland tested positive...
16 February 2022
US industry, regulatory groups concerned about use of hemp in animal feed
The 17 industry and regulatory groups issued a joint open letter to state agriculture leadership...
02 January 2022
16 December 2021
Fewer zoonotic diseases in humans, foodborne outbreaks in 2020
Findings are based on the annual EU One Health zoonosis report...
03 December 2021
Philippines to build first cold examination facility
The facility will prevent smuggling and strengthen food safety...
12 November 2021
11 November 2021
EFSA assessing risk of antimicrobial resistant bacteria in transport
The assessment was requested by the European Parliament's Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety (ENVI)...
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