STORIES IN THE NEWS

U.S. FDA approves first treatment for kids with peanut allergy

CBC News January 15, 2020

Nuts ‘N More peanut spread recalled over Listeria concern

GlobalNews February 11, 2020

How much food can you bring into Canada? The rules may soon change

CTV News February 6, 2020

Gene editing could revolutionize the food industry, but it'll have to fight the PR war GMO foods lost

CBC News January 15, 2020

Why you won't be eating out of foam containers in Vancouver starting Jan. 1

CBC News December 31, 2019

Statement on new findings and current status of the romaine lettuce E. coli O157:H7 outbreak investigation

FDA December 12, 2019

Food scientists say don't wash the turkey. Here's why

CBC News December 23, 2019

Cookie season in the midst of flour recalls

University of Wisconsin-Madison December 13, 2019

CFIA cancels licences of 3 companies in massive meat recall

CBC News December 2, 2019

Why E. coli linked to romaine lettuce remains 'an extremely difficult problem'​

CBC News November 26, 2019

'We do get into conflicts': When a food inspector makes a surprise visit to a restaurant​

CBC News October 13, 2019

Washing your hands is the best way to stop the E. coli superbug

CTV News October 23, 2019

Beef recall expands as federal food agency investigation into Toronto slaughterhouse continues

CBC News October 17, 2109

14 schools, daycares violated health procedures, food inspection reports reveal

CBC News October 9, 2109

Food insecurity grows as oceans warm, ice sheets melt, says U of A researcher

CBC News September 25, 2109

How Canadian investigators use DNA to track down contaminated food

CBC News September 21, 2109

Toronto board of health says shortfall from Ford government cuts is $4 million in 2

Toronto Star August 30, 2019

Epinephrine Supply in Canada for Back to School 2019

Allergic Living in Food AllergyNews August 16, 2019

CFIA says no meat from latest infected deer herds has entered Canada's food supply

CBC News, August 14, 2019

'Soap doesn't kill anything': How to hand wash your dishes and spread fewer germs

CTV News August 6, 2019

Never Ever Ask for Lemon Wedge in Your Drink at Restaurants, Here’s Why It’s a Bad Idea

THE EPOCH TIMES July 30, 2019

Fake honey still pouring into Canada, and local beekeepers are feeling the sting

CBC News July 25, 2019

Canadian officials flagged 900 food items from China with 'problems' over 2 years

CBC News July 14, 2019 

Federal government to crack down on food fraud

Food in Canada July 12, 2019

Why Is Ground Beef Making People Sick? 

Consumer Reports April 15, 2019

Pediatric allergist traces 'mystery' reactions to pea protein — an increasingly popular ingredient

CBC News May 2, 2019 

Meal preppers take note: USDA says leftover food only safe for 3 to 4 days after cooking

FOX13 News June 18, 2019 

Some baby foods sold in Canada would be 'illegal in Europe,' arsenic testing shows

CBC News Mar 1, 2019 

Cookbooks won't teach you how to handle food safely, Guelph study says

CBC News May 22, 2019

These are the most common food-borne illnesses and what foods carry them

Global News May 2, 2019

Canada received cheese linked to E. coli outbreak in France

Food Safety News March 1, 2019

How climate change can make your food less safe to eat

Global News May 15, 2019

CFIA now empowered to levy food safety fines of up to $15,000

Food Safety News May 2, 2019

Chipotle Served Subpoena from Food-Safety Incident

QSR April 2019

Montreal 'going to war' against single-use plastic and styrofoam food containers

CBC News April 24 2019

Health Canada says it will set cap on arsenic in food 

CBC News April 11 2019 Updated

Public Health Agency of Canada says salmonella outbreak hits 6 provinces, dozens sick

CBC News April 5 2019
Over 550 Chicken-Related Salmonella Cases Confirmed By Health Canada In Just 2 Years
Narcity March 2019
‘Pretty much everything’ has more germs than a toilet seat. So what?
Global News May 27, 2018
Shrimp containing antibiotic-resistant bacteria found in Canadian grocery stores
CBC News March 15, 2019
Raw frozen breaded chicken blamed for two more Salmonella outbreaks in Canada
Food Safety News March 3, 2019
Woman dies as food poisoning in Michelin-starred restaurant hits 30 diners
CNN February 22, 2019
Customers flag bottled water smelling of 'old socks' and 'urine,' but CFIA says it poses no health risk
CBC News March 3, 2019
SCOC to hear food recall class action by Mr. Sub franchisees against Maple Leaf
Financial Post February 7, 2019
14 per cent of sausage tested didn't specify all meat on label
CBC News February 15, 2019
Student died after eating leftover pasta in rare food poisoning case
FOX News January 28, 2019
Dead rat allegedly found in chowder at Vancouver restaurant
CTV News December 28, 2018
Canadian cities rethink removal of fluoride from tap water
CBC News Jan 24, 2019
 
Calgary Booster Juice was using countertop cleaner to wash fruits and veggies

CBC News Jan 06, 2019

Federal survey says Canadians don’t know enough about food safety

ipolitics.ca July 29, 2018 

Robots Are Making Our Restaurants Safer

modernrestaurantmanagment.com December 19, 2018

Show Me the Science - How to Wash Your Hands

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention October 2, 2018

Why Restaurants Must Adopt a Food Safety Culture

modernrestaurantmanagment.com; December 10, 2018 

 

Other Leafy Greens Springing Up in Absence of Romaine Lettuce on P.E.I.

CBC News · Posted: Dec 04, 2018 6:27 PM AT | Last Updated: December 4

Feds Paid Facebook $40,000 for Ad Showing How to Cook Chicken Nuggets

ipolitics.ca; November 23, 2018 

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