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    1. A popular Waialua bakery has been fined $22,000 for allegedly selling food after it was closed down by the Health Department and failing to fix multiple food safety violations.

    2. Food safety rating rolls out across SA

      Daily TelegraphOct 12 06:05 PM

      A VOLUNTARY food safety rating will roll out across South Australian pubs, cafes and restaurants from early next year.

    3. New FDA Rules Tighten Food Safety Requirements

      The Wall Street JournalOct 08 11:35 PM

      The Food and Drug Administration finalized new rules that for the first time will require U.S. food manufacturers to develop and implement detailed plans to prevent foodborne illness.

    4. Kerala high court on Tuesday set aside the prohibition order against a leading food products company by the state Commissioner of Food Safety which had found added starch in samples of spices, observing that the adulteration did not pose any health risk.

    5. The European Food Safety Authority (ESFA) has completed the assessment of the potential risks and benefits associated with the human consumption of insects as alternate source of protein.

    6. EU assesses insects-as-food risks

      BBC NewsOct 08 08:53 AM

      The European Food Safety Authority publishes its initial risk assessment of using insects as a source of protein for human consumption and animal feed.

    7. As new laws to regulate the scandal-hit food industry come into effect, the BBC's Celia Hatton asks whether trust in Chinese-made food can ever restored.

    8. To understand the safety of food biotech, it helps to look at the numbers. There are thousands of studies on biotech crops published, billions of pounds of biotech foods eaten, and there are zero illnesses (human or animal) resulting of consuming biotech foods. The sole mission of the International Food Information Council (IFIC) Foundation is to effectively communicate science-based information...

    9. Alternatives to 'scores on doors'

      Brisbane TimesOct 11 11:51 PM

      The ACT government's decision to abandon moves to require food businesses to display a hygiene rating on their premises has been so long coming that many Canberrans may be excused for thinking it was still under active consideration.

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