Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) has added an additional three product lot codes of King Arthur’s 5lb unbleached all-purpose flour to its recall for the second time this year.
The Canadian food safety specialist has developed an organic solution that eradicates 99.9% of harmful pathogens during the milling process without impacting the flour’s nutritional, sensory and functional characteristics.
Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) manufactured the three brands at its facility in Buffalo, New York, which the US FDA has connected to at least 17 reported cases of E. coli infection.
Nut supplier Voicevale has validated the safety equipment at its seed pasteurisation plant in the UK.
Quaker Oats is recalling its Cap’n Crunch’s Peanut Butter Crunch cereal from Target stores in three US states after tests showed the potential presence of Salmonella.
Kellogg’s, Mondelēz, Pepperidge Farm and Flowers Foods have recently recalled bakery and snack products after a whey powder ingredient supplied by Associated Milk Producers has been suspected to be contaminated with the Salmonella bacteria.
Kellogg’s woes continue with the CDC advising that all packs of Honey Smacks be tossed, Utz potato chips fails to declare soy and a new Dutch egg safety report shows need for higher standards: a quick update of some of the latest recalls in the bakery...
Arla Foods Ingredients has launched a new online calculator to help bakery companies determine how much they could save by using egg replacers.
3M Food Safety has launched the Petrifilm Salmonella Express System, designed to offer fast, accurate detection results.
Neogen Corporation has received a matrix extension to cover foods in the bakery, confectionery and dairy industry for one of its salmonella detection methods.
Kellogg’s sued over salmonella-tainted snacks
A Florida man has filed a federal lawsuit against the Kellogg Company, claiming it failed to warn consumers that some of its products could have been tainted with salmonella.
Basic Food Flavors knew HVP contained salmonella, says FDA
Basic Food Flavors knew its hydrolyzed vegetable protein (HVP) was contaminated with salmonella but continued to ship the product for a month before recalling it, according to an FDA report.
HVP recall expands to Canada
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled products manufactured in Canada, after it emerged they contained recalled hydrolyzed vegetable protein from a salmonella-tainted facility in the US.
US-wide pistachio recall shows how FDA should work, claim officials
A Californian company is recalling over a million pounds of pistachios distributed nationwide due to possible salmonella contamination.
The American Peanut Council is being cautious over the potential long-term impact of salmonella contamination on the industry, as the recall of salmonella-contaminated peanut products goes global.
A nano sensor to detect Salmonella bacteria has been developed which could enhance food safety and security, claims a team of scientists.
US salmonella outbreak linked to cereal
A salmonella infection spreading through states in the US could be
linked to a recently recalled batch of cereal, the nation's Food
and Drug Administration (FDA) has said.
Bioactive paper packaging under development
A new bioactive packaging paper under development is designed to
detect and kill any pathogens that are present in a food product.
Salmonella found in one of six broiler farms in Germany
One in six broiler flocks in Germany is infected with salmonella,
according to a pilot survey bythe country's Federal Institute for
Risk Assessment (BfR).
FSA stands by Spanish Salmonella claims
The UK Food Standards Agency (FSA) has hit out against Spanish
claims that the regulator's findings, published last week, were out
of date, inaccurate and commercially driven.
Chlorate compound stops Salmonella in its tracts
Mixing a chlorate-based compound into livestock feed or water could
dramatically reduce Salmonella and E. coli in gastrointestinal
tracts, claim researchers.
Sensitive salmonella detection
A new testing kit for Salmonella promises to give the most
sensitive detection results in less than a day, its manufacturers
ESFA panel assesses salmonella risk from pigs
An EFSA panel on risk assessment and mitigation options of
Salmonella in pig production has concluded that all salmonella
serovars from pork are to be regarded as public health hazards, and
that actions to prevent human food-borne...
Salmonella kit delivers results in under a day, company claims
A new testing kit for Salmonella promises to deliver results in
less than a day.
New probiotics isolated from dairy
Greek researchers have isolated three strains of bacteria from
dairy sources that have desirable probiotic properties and could be
applied in the food industry.
Spanish eggs contaminating UK food chain?
UK food watchdog warns this week that it will bump up prevention
actions for food pathogens as salmonella cases are on the rise,
with a likely focus on Spanish eggs as the source of contamination
- something UK bakers should watch...