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It’s a New Year with New Updates in the world of food safety!  Here is a sampling of what to look out for and what to know as 2010 begins.  Remember, you can receive this information and more by signing up for our S.T.O.P. E-alerts!  Have a safe and happy 2010!!

It’s a New Year with New Updates in the world of food safety!  Here is a sampling of what to look out for and what to know as 2010 begins.  Remember, you can receive this information and more by signing up for our S.T.O.P. E-alerts!  Have a safe and happy 2010!!

UPDATE: Applebee’s, Darden also hit by beef recall
The Nation’s Restaurant News gives us an update of which restaurant chains have been affected by a December recall of beef.  

FDA Seizes More Than $1 Million Worth of Food from Nashville Food Processor and Warehouse
This release discusses the FDA’s actions to prevent the distribution of food from a rodent infested facility.

New York Times cafeteria food may be past its deadline: Health Dept. probe after staffers get sick
The New York Times cafeteria was shut down last week due to possibly being the cause of food poisoning for at least 15 of its staffers.  

Soda Fountains Squirt Fecal Bacteria, Study Finds
This informative ABC News article details a small study showing 70% of beverages coming from soda fountains having SOME type of bacteria.

Thank God for food safety reporters and bloggers
Let’s have a small round of applause for all the food safety reporters and bloggers who give us information on recalls and alerts when other organizations lag behind.  

Originally posted to safetables1 on Fri Jan 08, 2010 at 01:04 PM PST.

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