Consumer Reports has just published some bad news for pork lovers.
The Food Safety Modernization Act was signed into law in January 2011, but progress on the laws it would create have stalled.
Author Paul Kindstedt says there's no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to raw milk cheese safety.
The outbreak has sickened 14 and killed 1, but the CDC is unsure of the source of the outbreak.
A random sampling of Diamond brands' pet food found Salmonella.
It's been a long week for "lean finely textured beef."
Raw milk proponents are gearing up for a fight as new evidence emerges that raw milk is more likely to make you sick than its pasteurized counterpart.
Michael Foods has recalled hard-boiled eggs for potential listeria contamination. However, the eggs did not go directly to consumers.
Untreated water and outdated machines contributed to a listeria outbreak that killed 30 people in September.
High-risk food producers are only tested for listeria every four years. When the FSIS realized they were changing production practices, they were not happy.
Beef Products, Inc. discovered injecting waste meat with ammonia killed dangerous germs, making it safe to eat. That made it an economical option for fast food.
The California arrest of the "Rawesome Three" is casting a national spotlight on the controversy surrounding the right to consume or sell unpasteurized dairy.
In part two of the Earth Eats interview with Joel Salatin, he talks about what's wrong with food regulation from the standpoint of the small farmer.
Although there were some challenges in its first two years, support for the Farm to School program is enthusiastic.
EU officials say that fenugreek seeds imported from Egypt are the cause of the E. coli outbreak.
The USDA's Microbiological Data Program will be cut if Congress passes the proposed budget bill. How will this affect food safety for Americans?
The German E. coli outbreak is slowing down, but salmonella cases in the U.S. raise more concern about contaminated alfalfa sprouts.
The strand of E. coli responsible for the food-borne illness outbreak in Germany is rare and deadly.
A string of new investigations of dangerous food products suggests that China's food safety reform has not been effective enough.
New, stricter standards placed on the chicken and turkey industries are predicted to prevent 25,000 cases of foodborne illness a year.