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USDA Consumer Alert: Keeping Food Safe During an Emergency
(Feb 8, 2013)
USDA is issuing recommendations to help minimize the potential for foodborne illnesses in anticipation of a major winter snow storm.
Frozen Country Fried Steaks
(Foreign Material) (Feb 8, 2013)
Liver Paté (Misbranding and An Undeclared Allergen)
(Feb 2, 2013)
Veal Trimmings (
(Jan 30, 2013)
National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods Restarts Critical Food Safety Work with 22 New Members, Renewed Charter
(Jan 28, 2013)
Keeping Food Safe During an Emergency
Keep food safe before, during, and after a power outage or flood.
Label Submission and Approval System (LSAS)
New web-based system streamlines review process for meat, poultry and egg product labels.
Slow Cookers and Food Safety
En Español PDF
Used correctly, this countertop appliance is safe and convenient.
PHIS: Public Health Information System
FSIS has launched its dynamic, comprehensive data analytics system called the Public Health Information System.
Ham & Food Safety
En Español PDF
We've carved up the facts on ham and made them easier to understand. Includes a ham glossary.
These guidance documents will help you maintain compliance with FSIS policies.
Last Modified: February 8, 2013
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