Members of the European Parliament's Committee on Industry, Research and Energy (ITRE) wish to co-legislate on the draft regulation setting maximum acceptable levels for radioactive contamination of food
and feed following a nuclear accident or in any other case of radiological emergency.
Contamination of food
contact surfaces can be a major issue in food service operations.
Carlquist recommends focusing more effort on reducing bacterial contamination of food
in the first place, which means better hygiene at all stages of food production and distribution.
796) determined the presence of POP contamination of food
in the United States by measuring perfluorinated compounds (PFCs), organochlorine pesticides (OPs), and poly-chlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in composite food samples purchased from supermarkets.
The Willenhall-based company admitted charges including failing to protect against contamination of food
, having premises that were not clean and not having a procedure in place to control pests.
GAP are voluntary guidelines established to ensure a clean and safe working environment for all employees while eliminating the potential for contamination of food
A MAJOR fight against salmonella contamination of food
production has been launched by the European Commission, which has secured approval for a regulation forcing member states to reduce the prevalence of the disease amongst their broiler (poultry meat) flocks to 1% or less by 2011.
Of the 301 Thai consumers surveyed, 92% thought that Thailand has [greater than or equal to] 1 food safety problems, such as pesticide residues (62%), poor personal hygiene of food vendors (39%), and microbiologic/viral contamination of food
Company's Clean-Trace[R] and the Uni-Lite NG are designed to combat contamination of food
preparation and food processing surfaces.
Such an infestation could lead to food poisoning if hygiene controls are not in place due to the high risk of contamination of food
surfaces and containers, food equipment and uncovered food by cockroaches.
"Food security is a shared responsibility of USDA and our many partners to prevent or respond to the contamination of food
products and we continue to make these efforts a priority," said Johanns.
Salmonella contamination of food
causes about 40,000 cases of foodborne illness each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Food safety has traditionally referred to accidental contamination of food
, spoilage, safe handling of food or mislabeling.
"In recent years, FDA has adopted new rules to protect the public from physical, chemical and biological contamination of food
supplies, UNSA execs Said.
Among the covered casualty crises are explosions; major crashes; contamination of food
, drink, or pharmaceuticals; and other crises causing multiple deaths, burns, dismemberment, brain injury or permanent paralysis.