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HSE probes London school over allergy death and Glasgow’s troubled super-hospital
 The HSE has confirmed it is investigating a school in west London over possible failings in its management of an allergic reaction that led to a pupil’s death, and a Glasgow super-hospital hit by an airborne bacterial infection linked to its ventilation system.   In both...
Manufacturer fined after 2 workers have fingers ripped off in machinery
  7 February 2019 Food manufacturer fined after two workers injured A food manufacturer has today been sentenced following two separate incidents where workers became trapped in moving machinery.  Colchester Magistrates’ Court heard how, on 26 March 2016, whilst working...
The Flexitarian Way of Eating
  Is the Flexitarian Diet a good idea?  Anna Bonet2 days ago     Considering switching to a vegetarian diet but can't quite make the leap to a fully plant-based lifestyle? Forget keto and Paleo, the all-new Flexitarian Diet might be for you. Unlike more...
Accident kills one, injures another at Campbell Soup
Accident kills one, injures another at Campbell SoupJuly 16, 2018 robesonian News 0By Annick Joseph - staff writer MAXTON — The N.C. Department of Labor is investigating a workplace accident at the Campbell Soup Company that left one man dead and another man injured.Alex Radford, 59, of...
Ireland's HSA investigating machinery accident at Food Factory
Accident at Authentic Food Company’s Dundalk factory11-Jul-2018 By James Ridler from the Food Manufacture Publication on-line.Ireland’s Health and Safety Authority (HSA) is investigating an accident at frozen foods supplier The Authentic Food Company’s factory in Dundalk, Ireland.James...
Restaurants urged to cut usage of antibiotic laden meat
from: http://www.meatinfo.co.uk/news/fullstory.php/aid/19591/Restaurants_urged_to_cut_antibiotic_usage.htmlRestaurants urged to cut antibiotic usage13 April, 2016 By Aaron McDonaldFood companies have been asked by investors to stop sourcing their meat and poultry from suppliers that use...
Lunch at Baltimore Food Safety Summit Causes 216 Delegates Food Poisoning
Report: Chicken on Menu at 2014 Food Safety Summit was Contaminated By Dan Flynn | September 25, 2014 from: http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2014/09/c-perfringens-in-c/#.VCppGqZwZjoThe pan-seared breast of Chicken Marsala served by the Baltimore Convention Center’s exclusive caterer was the food...
New ISO handbook on certifying food safety management
Posted: May 27, 2014 from: http://www.foodprocessing.com.au/news/67721-New-handbook-on-certifying-food-safety-management-systemsNew handbook on certifying food safety management systems  ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, has published a new handbook that compiles...
Former pie maker told to pay £375,000 over worker's death
 Former pie maker told to pay £375,000 over worker's deathDate:8 March 2013 Release No:Y&H/53/13  from: http://www.hse.gov.uk/press/2013/rnn-yh-5313.htmA West Yorkshire firm was today fined £250,000 for safety offences after a gas explosion in an industrial bakery oven ripped...
Nutrients / food / supplements & Super broccoli
 You may think popping a supplement is an easy way to get the health benefits of vegetables without actually eating them. But a study published this month, in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, found that a key cancer-fighting chemical in broccoli and cabbage cannot be easily...
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