iwaspoisoned.com/ – Food poisoning can occur as a result of eating Mexican food, or any food.
The most commonly reported symptoms from Taco Bell are vomiting and diarrhea and the most reported diagnoses are Salmonella and Norovirus. Salmonella is a bacterial infection commonly associated with chicken.
Sadly, Taco Bell’s competitors are not necessarily any better when it comes to food poisoning. Below, crowdsource food poisoning reports filed in the past 60 days from locations where...
New York (CNN Business) – Yum Brands said Wednesday that its KFC chicken sandwich -- which is made with an extra crispy chicken filet on a buttered brioche bun with pickles and spicy or classic mayonnaise -- has been a success so far.
"Our sandwich is performing at more than twice the volumes of our prior US sandwich launches," Yum (YUM) CEO David Gibbs said during an analyst call discussing earnings.
"Customers are loving the...
U.S. honey still contains radioactivity dating back to the 1950s. Radiocesium from nuclear weapons testing continues to appear in local plants. The radiocesium is absorbed because of its resemblance to potassium.
Brothers Stewart and Michael Parnell remain in federal custody.
They were unsuccessful with their requests for “compassionate release” under the First Step Act, the federal prison reform act that became law ahead of the COVID-19 crisis.
EAT THIS, NOT THAT – When we choose to eat out — whether at a fast-food chain restaurant or a nice sit-down dining experience — we’re placing a large amount of trust in the staff and in the food they’re serving.
We assume they are following all health-related guidelines and maintaining a clean working environment as they prepare and serve our food.
Unfortunately, sometimes a restaurant comes up a bit short, even if training...
The cost of foodborne diseases in terms of human capital productivity loss in China is estimated at more than $30 billion per year, almost 50 percent of the total economic burden of foodborne infections in Asia, according to the World Bank.
1,600 pounds of Chinese-style hot pot base products containing beef tallow have. been recalled. The products were imported from the People’s Republic of China, a country ineligible to export beef to the United States.
EWG’s analysis of ToxCast data showed that the preservative tert-butylhydroquinone, or TBHQ, has been found to harm the immune system both in both animal tests and in non-animal tests known as high-throughput in vitro toxicology testing.
As childhood obesity rates hit all-time highs, food brands spend billions on advertising to turn kids into lifetime consumers of fat, sugar, salt, and nutrient-deprived junk food
Nov 8, 2020
Business Insider – Popular child influencers are generating millions of impressions for fast food and candy brands in YouTube videos targeted at kids, a report in the Pediatrics journal has found.
Videos of children playing with McDonald's toys and pretending to work at drive-thrus could potentially reach...
FOOD SAFETY NEWS | OPINION – Jared Polis is governor of Colorado. He is an interesting fellow.
We called him to the attention of readers of Food Safety News when he was serving in Congress because of his association with the Food Freedom movement.
Turn the clock back to 2015 when then-Congressman Polis, D-CO, was a proud member of the Food Freedom Caucus led by Rep. Thomas Massie, R-KY. They campaigned for national raw milk bills...
FOOD SAFETY NEWS – Lancaster Foods LLC is recalling processed butternut squash items because they may be contaminated with Listeria Monocytogene.
"The most common symptoms of invasive gastroenteritis due to Listeria monocytogenes are fever, diarrhea, arthromyalgia , and headache." – American Federation for Medical Research
This recall comes after two other butternut squash product recalls from Pero Family Farms Co. LLC and Publix Super Markets Inc. because of possible Listeria contamination.
There has been no confirmation as...
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