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Scientists discover five new species of listeria, improving food safety

by Andrew Thomson on June 10, 2021

Doug Powell in Barfblog. While examining the prevalence of listeria in agricultural soil throughout the U.S., Cornell University food scientists have stumbled upon five previously unknown and novel relatives of the bacteria. The discovery, researchers said, will help food facilities identify potential growth niches … Continue reading

Centre for Cancer Nutrition

June 3, 2021

Think ST Solutions is collaborating with the Centre for Cancer Nutrition to provide tailored fact sheets for people living with cancer. Weakened immune […]

Food safety actions to protect consumers

May 27, 2021

New Zealand Food Safety has taken precautionary action following the detection of Salmonella Enteritidis at an Auckland poultry farm. This is a timely […]

Improving ventilation in indoor workplaces

April 29, 2021

Safe Work Australia has developed a fact sheet about improving ventilation in indoor settings to help reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission in […]

Sous vide food risks in aged care

April 15, 2021

A skills shortage of chefs in aged care has prompted many operations to purchase pre-prepared sous-vide food products, but this comes with heightened […]