RESEARCHERS at The Australian National University (ANU) have made a discovery that has the potential to save lives when treating bacterial infections, especially serious food poisoning. Food poisoning...

The grower linked to Australia’s recent rockmelon listeria outbreak has been cleared to recommence the production and sale of rockmelons again. In March 2018, the NSW Food Authority identified Rombola...

 Another death has been linked to Australia’s recent rockmelon listeria outbreak, resulting in a total of four deaths. It is understood the fourth victim died more than a week ago but the connection...

A food safety warning has been issued telling Australians to be cautious of food poisoning when cooking winter foods like soups and stews. Chair of the Food Safety Council, Rachelle Williams, said although...

New research from the University of Adelaide has concluded that there is no greater risk of Salmonella contamination in the production of free range eggs due to hot summer weather. Despite there being...

The University of Queensland and Horticulture Innovation Australia are partnering to investigate whether adding probiotics to bagged salads can help reduce incidences of salmonella and listeria poisonings. The...

A new hand-held scanner which determines whether meat is safe to eat or not, is now being sold in Australia. The ‘FOODsniffer’ is a small scanner which can be placed near raw chicken, beef, pork or...

Issues of food safety were highlighted earlier this week when a handful of Coles customers asked the supermarket through social media to start storing its eggs in fridges to help prevent food poisoning....

USDA proposes new measure to reduce food poisoning from poultry products The US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) has proposed new federal standards to reduce...

70 per cent of chicken sold in UK supermarkets infected with campylobacter bacteria, Food Standards Agency The UK’s Food Standards Agency (FSA) has published the cumulative results from the first two...