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A consortium of community advocates, political leaders and farmers launched SAFE: "Save Americaâ€™s Food and Economy" - saveamericasfood.org - to protect farms and agriculture from the impact of H.R.
NCBRT Offers Emergency Training for First Responders Baton Rouge (PRWEB) June 06, 2011 The National Center for Biomedical Research and Training (NCBRT), a member of the Food and Agriculture Protection Training Consortium (FAPTC), is offering DHS-certified and sponsored training at no direct cost to state and local food emergency responders.
An outbreak of a dangerous strain of Escherichia coli bacteria in Germany has already killed 15 people and made 1,000 more ill. â€œEvery expert says there is no immediate risk to the U.S. food supply, which is great news.
Mothers hoping to protect their childrenâ€™s food and ensuring their familyâ€™s food safety by utilizing â€œnumbering codesâ€ on product bags or packages should beware: This may not be accomplishing what they think. Orland, Fla (PRWEB) June 01, 2011 An outbreak of a dangerous strain of Escherichia coli bacteria in Germany has already killed 15 people and made 1,000 more ill.
Special "Food Shock" report released by OffTheGridNews.net details the dangers associated with our food supply and what can be done on an individual level to protect our health and well-being Thomson, IL (PRWEB) May 11, 2011 According to an article published by The Orange County Register on May 4, 2011 the FDA has announced that they will be taking a more aggressive approach in preventing contaminated food from entering the United States.
Genetically Engineered Food News, a group focusing on genetically engineered and genetically modified foods, launches a website dedicated to informing consumers of the possible dangers and effects of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) on the world's food supply. Omaha, NE (PRWEB) May 04, 2011 Genetically Engineered Food News, a group focusing on genetically engineered and genetically modified foods, launches a website dedicated to informing consumers of the possible dangers and...
While every expert says that there is no immediate risk to the U.S.
Climate change is already having an effect on the safety of the world's food supplies and unless action is taken it's only going to get worse.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, 2010 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Shelley A.
The Plodia interpunctella or Indianmeal moth is a member of the Pyralidae family and occasionally referred to as the North American High-Flyer. The larvae are also called waxworms that feed on dry grains and cereals. The females of the species can lay any where from 60 to 400 eggs in her lifetime. She will do so where there is a good food supply for the larvae. Each egg is less than 0.02 inches in diameter and tends not adhere well to the surface on which it is laid. The eggs will...
- A ceramic container used inside a fuel-fired kiln to protect pots from the flame.