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  • Machine-tenderized beef may require tougher labeling

    Machine-tenderized beef may require tougher labeling
    The Foster Farms salmonella outbreak this month has underscored the importance of cooking and handling poultry properly. Now attention is turning to beef because of a little-known practice called mechanical tenderization. To soften a cheaper grade of...
  • Keeping salmonella out of chicken

     Keeping salmonella out of chicken
    Sweden has virtually eliminated salmonella in store-bought chicken, even though poultry there is industrially produced, just like in the United States. And even in this country, a 2010 Consumers Union study found no salmonella in the organic store-brand...
  • A propofol-free colonoscopy? Some doctors say yes

    A propofol-free colonoscopy? Some doctors say yes
    The thought of undergoing a colonoscopy while not completely unconscious might give you shivers. And it shouldn't, say several doctors who perform the procedure. Responding to business columnist David Lazarus' article last week calling out insurer...
  • Antibiotics for people, not animals

    Antibiotics for people, not animals
    So far this year, more than 300 people have gotten sick from bacteria called Salmonella heidelberg. Almost three-quarters of them live in California. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that chicken produced in three Central...
  • JPMorgan's latest legal tab rises as bank hammers out Justice deal

    JPMorgan's latest legal tab rises as bank hammers out Justice deal
    NEW YORK -- A large chunk of JPMorgan Chase & Co.'s mounting legal bills may get even bigger. The nation's largest bank could now pay a record $13 billion to settle a raft of federal and state probes, according to a person familiar with the...
  • Mexico blocks imports of Foster Farms chicken

    Mexico blocks imports of Foster Farms chicken
    Mexico has blocked imports of Foster Farms chicken from three central California processing facilities linked to an outbreak of salmonella. The Mexican government told the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Tuesday it was removing from its list of...
  • Exploiting cows for Pinterest-worthy pics, then serving beef for dinner?

    Exploiting cows for Pinterest-worthy pics, then serving beef for dinner?
    Farms are having a moment. Which, if you’ve gone to any weddings recently, is not news to you. For many a bride, her big day takes place in a rustic barn with a “farmhouse chic” decor that includes mint juleps served in mason jars. The...
  • Buying breast milk online? Watch out for salmonella and E.coli

    Buying breast milk online? Watch out for salmonella and E.coli
    Breast milk may be best for baby, but ordering it over the Internet is not necessarily such a good idea. Researchers recently bought more than 100 samples of expressed breast milk from two milk-sharing websites and then took them to the lab to see...
  • FDA proposes first rules regulating safety of pet food, animal feed

    FDA proposes first rules regulating safety of pet food, animal feed
    The Food and Drug Administration is proposing new rules to regulate the safety of pet food and animal feed for the first time. The regulations call for production guidelines that would minimize risks and prevent outbreaks of food-borne illness. The...
  • FDA proposes tougher rules on pet food safety

    FDA proposes tougher rules on pet food safety
    The government on Friday moved to protect America's pets by proposing tougher rules for how their food is manufactured. The new Food and Drug Administration regulations would establish production guidelines to help prevent harmful bacteria and other...
  • Mexico blocks Foster Farms chicken imports amid salmonella fears

    Mexico blocks Foster Farms chicken imports amid salmonella fears
    Mexico has blocked imports of Foster Farms chicken from three Central California processing facilities linked to an outbreak of salmonella. The Mexican government told the U.S. Department of Agriculture on Tuesday that it was removing from its list of...