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Posted on February 5, 2014

Protecting Food When Power Is Compromised

Much of the country was hit by ice and snow this week, and although we in Southern California seem to be having the problem of not getting enough precipitation lately, there are certain sections of the state where the elements could still take their toll over the coming months.  If any type of weather...
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Posted on February 5, 2014

California Sued By Missouri Attorney General Over Hen Safety Law

A California law meant to protect animals from inhumane conditions and humans from coming into contact with Salmonella has drawn the ire of other states that believe lawmakers have overstepped their bounds.  The law in question is one that bans the sale of any eggs that come from hens that were kept in a...
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Posted on February 3, 2014

FDA Calls For Improvements To Food Transportation Standards

As a result of the Food Safety Modernization Act, the Food and Drug Administration has been rather busy over the last few years.  That act paved the way for the FDA to take a more proactive approach to the way they deal with foodborne illness.  While their role in the past has largely focused...
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Posted on February 3, 2014

Unhappiness With Mandatory Glove Rule Persists In California

Even though it’s been over a month now since a rule on mandatory glove usage in restaurants came into effect, complaints continue as chefs grapple with what they see as unnecessary restrictions.  The Los Angeles Times explores the issue yet again in a new report. For those unfamiliar, a new law has been enacted...
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Posted on February 3, 2014

Ginger Snaps Sold In California Recalled Over Undeclared Allergen Risk

The threat of an undeclared allergen presence has led to the recall of Special Value Ginger Snap Cookies by Unified Grocers.  12 ounce versions of this product could contain eggs without the label relating as much.  That’s because the packages for Ginger Snaps, which do not have eggs, could instead have cinnamon sugar cookies...
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Posted on January 30, 2014

C’Real Spirulina Recalled By Irwindale Company Over Allergen Risk

An instant cereal called C’Real Spirulina is being recalled by the Irwindale, California-based Gano Excel USA due to a potential undeclared allergen hazard posed.  There is a chance that the products could contain soy or wheat without the labels outlining the presence of these ingredients.  Thus, anyone who is allergic to those substances could...
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