Site Map - Food Services

Food-Borne Illness

- A wide range of intentional and accidental threats must be countered to protect the U.S. food supply; learn more from this Institute of Medicine of the National Academies report.

Olden Days, New Technology

- A 1950’s-style diner goes modern when it comes to CCTV technology.

Recipe for Food Safety

- Surveillance and access controls are among the measures being taken to prevent terrorists, disgruntled employees, and others with ill intent from contaminating food in processing plants.

Malicious Prosecution

- The Texas Supreme Court has ruled that a grocery store cannot be held liable for malicious prosecution of a patron because the employees who accused the patron of theft were acting honestly.

Internet Guide to Food Safety and Security


Agriculture Security

- A bill (S. 544) introduced by Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS) would provide tax credits for retailers who sell agricultural products to implement security provisions.

Food Safety

- Food-Related Illness and Death in the United States White Paper Synopsis (this document explains the source of the statistics generally quoted on the numbers of illness and deaths in the U.S. from food).

Food Safety Off the Back Burner

- Food-safety regime makes some critics hunger for change.

FDA Database

- The FDA's Food Facilities Registration Database is intended to help the government share warnings of food-borne illnesses, but errors in the contact information were found in a recent test.

How Safe is the Food Supply?

- Government, academia, and industry are working to separate the wheat from the chaff with respect to what will make the food supply safer in the United States.

Beyond Print

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