Saturday, January 18, 2020
Home Tags Listeriosis

Tag: Listeriosis

Rwanda maintains SA import ban over listeriosis

The Rwandan Government says it does not have immediate plans to lift the ban, which was imposed on the importation of meat,...

Value adding gives pork production wings

Last year’s listeriosis outbreak was a clear demonstration to the owners of Mockford Farms in Limpopo that their dependence on a single...

How to ensure batch traceability in your food process

The ability of food manufacturers to recall contaminated food products was publicly tested last year during the Listeriosis outbreak. In addition to processed meat products, frozen corn...

Eskort plays it super-safe with HPP

The listeriosis saga has shaken the SA food industry in many ways, and one interesting reaction that’s recently come to light is the move...

Listeriosis risk lingers in rural, informal trade

This article was originally published on Bizcommunity.com. Click here to read the original article. Listeria bacteria remains present in food samples obtained from rural areas...

Egypt lifts temporary suspension of SA agri imports

At the beginning of September, Egypt released the temporary suspension of the South African Agricultural imports and requested the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and...

Low-income consumers let down by ineffective listeriosis messaging

This article was originally published by Business day. Click here to read the original article. More than two months have passed since the World...

Pork price makes it top pick

With the continued decrease in the price of pork whilst other meats trend higher, consumers who are feeling the pinch are most likely to...

RMIF on listeriosis outbreak in South Africa

The Red Meat Industry Forum (RMIF) records its concern that lives have been lost as a result of the outbreak of listeriosis. The RMIF has...

Listeria is jumping the system

The enigmatic listeria bacteria, which has killed more than 80 people since the beginning of 2017, has wormed its way into news headlines across...