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- Safe Food at Any Cost. Schwennesen, Paul // Freeman: Ideas on Liberty;May2011, Vol. 61 Issue 4, p35
The article presents the author's opinion on the importance of creating safer food as the number of deaths caused by foodborne illness in the U.S. is increasing. He discusses the move of the Congress in imposing food regulations that resulted to reduced number of operators. He comments that...
- Uniformity for Food Act is uniformly bad. // Consumer Reports;Jun2006, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p61
This article states that state and local health departments could take further steps to protect the public from food-borne illnesses. However, the food industry is pressuring state and local agencies to actually take less action. In March 2006, the food industry used its considerable influence...
- E. coli fallout: Dems to fast-track reforms. Walkup, Carolyn // Nation's Restaurant News;1/1/2007, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p1
The article reports that Democratic leaders and the food service industry have decided to take action for avoiding food-borne diseases in 2007. Democratic leaders in both houses of Congress have promised to enact mandatory regulations to ensure safe food supply. The National Restaurant...
- THE BIG CHILL. Durocher, Joseph // Restaurant Business;04/15/1998, Vol. 97 Issue 8, p125
Focuses on the outbreak foodborne illness and prevention in the United States. Details on HACCP procedures; Benefits of refrigeration; Advantages of food segregation; Importance of security cage. INSET: CHILL OUT..
- Ensure holiday happiness, keep your party food safe. // High Plains Journal;12/8/2014, Vol. 132 Issue 50, p18B
The article presents suggestions for avoiding foodborne illness by providing information on food safety.
- Congress Grants Regulators More Authority. // MMR;1/10/2011, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p97
The article reports on the decision of the U.S. Congress to pass the Food Safety Modernization Act which provides federal regulator more authority in an effort to prevent outbreaks of food-borne illness.
- COSTS AND BENEFITS OF FOOD SAFETY REGULATION. Unnevehr, Laurian // OECD Papers;2003, Vol. 3 Issue 7, p9
Reports on the scientific advances of the national food safety systems and activities for greater awareness of foodborne diseases in the U.S. Types of food safety regulation; Risk analysis and regulatory impact assessment; Economic costs arising from food safety regulation.
- Congress this fall: Plenty to watch for. Pape, Stuart M. // Prepared Foods;Oct95, Vol. 164 Issue 10, p29
Reports on issues to be discussed in Congress after the Labor Day 1995 recess that of particular interest to the food industry. Regulatory reform; Reform of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA); Effort to find a legislative solution to the prospect of FDA regulation of tobacco products.
- Arizona announces updates to state food-safety health codes. Liddle, Alan // Nation's Restaurant News;10/8/2001, Vol. 35 Issue 41, p4
Reports on the requirements for food safety in the restaurants and food chains in Arizona. Impact of the rules on the restaurants; Collaboration between government agencies and food service industry representatives; Focus of the rules on prevention of food-borne disease.