Michigan-based Food Manufacturer Agrees to Stop Production After Repeated Food Safety Violations

January 16, 2020 FDA

U.S. District Judge Sean F. Cox entered a consent decree of permanent injunction between the U.S. and Home Style Foods, Inc., and the company’s owner, Michael J. Kowalski, and quality manager, Juan Valesquez. Home Style Foods, Inc., a Michigan-based food manufacturer, has agreed to discontinue selling food products until the company complies with federal regulations and other requirements.

Retail Cleaning and Sanitation Programs Foster Food Safety Culture

Grocery shoppers deserve a safe shopping experience. In fact, the FMI U.S. Grocery Shopper Trends 2019 reports 74% of customers expect a store to be clean and neat, an 11% increase from the 2018 report. Plus, 93% of shoppers trust their grocery store to ensure that the food they purchase is safe.

Bedford Industries Earns BRC Certification, Reflecting Excellence in Food Safety Throughout Its Production Systems

December 3, 2019 Bedford Industries

Bedford received the designation after a rigorous audit by the British Retail Consortium’s certifying body, including reviews of Bedford’s machinery, materials’ sourcing, procedures, employee practices, storage, cleaning and transportation.

Super Starr International Highlights Commitment To Papaya Food Safety Standards

October 15, 2019 Super Starr International

Super Starr International, Mexico’s premier papaya grower and shipper, maintains a pristine food safety record and continues to stay ahead of the curve with its state-of-the-art standards.

Study: Seafood Safety at Risk Due to Antibiotic-Resistant Bacterial Strains

September 20, 2019 JON PARTON, Courthouse News

New bacterial strains that have developed resistance to antibiotics used to treat humans are increasingly showing up in dolphins and fish, posing a health risk that threatens the safety of global seafood supply according to a new study released Sunday.