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Tougher fruit may be a reality very soon | 2017-07-24

The deterioration of fruits and vegetables is one of the main causes of food waste. But what if fresh food did not rot so quickly?

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One in five biological products contains chemicals | 2017-06-29

One in five biological products contains chemicals, warns the largest study in Portugal in this area. At the request of the magazine Visão, a laboratory analyzed 113 products with the biological label and detected in 21 of them prohibited chemicals, says TSF.

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Chinese government wants to make sure its food supply is safe. | 2017-04-21

The Chinese government wants to make sure its food supply is reliable and safe.

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10 facts on food safety | 2015-07-06

The great majority of people will experience a food or water borne disease at some point in their lives. This highlights the importance of making sure the food we eat is not contaminated with potentially harmful bacteria, parasites, viruses, toxins and chemicals.

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World Health Day 2015: Food safety - the global view | 2015-04-07

2 April 2015 -- New data on the harm caused by foodborne illnesses underscore the global threats posed by unsafe foods, and the need for coordinated, cross-border action across the entire food supply chain. World Health Day will be celebrated on 7 April, with WHO highlighting the challenges and opportunities associated with food safety under the slogan "From farm to plate, make food safe."


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    Listeria Outbreak Linked to Caramel Apples Catches Experts by Surprise | 2014-12-20

    Foodborne illness investigators know to expect a bacteria like Listeria monocytogenes on just about any food product. But even so, caramel apples were not on anyone’s radar when it became clear they were linked to a Listeria outbreak that has been associated with five deaths and at least 28 illnesses in 10 states.

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