Canadians Don’t Know Enough About Food Safety, Says Recent Survey – New Regulations Are Set For 2019

It’s time to learn more about food and potential risks. It seems that Canadians are becoming less aware of how to handle and prepare food safely in order to avoid illness and... Read more »

Canadian Researchers Create Plastic Patch to Warn Consumers When the Food is Spoiled or Contaminated

Researchers at the McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario have developed a plastic film that could make “best before” dates irrelevant. Soon enough, consumers will know if the food they buy is safe... Read more »

One Single Foodborne Outbreak Has a Huge Impact On Restaurants, Study Shows

Researchers at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health have published their study in the journal Public Health Reports, after completing several computer simulations on foodborne illness outbreaks and their consequences... Read more »