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Sobey's Inc. is recalling its Compliments brand Broccoli Slaw due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes. The recall covers all provinces, with the exception of Quebec.

Emerging culinary trend in Moscow is not for the 'faint of heart'

Diners in Moscow, Russia are being treated to traditional Cossack cuisine in the city's newest bistro, the Krasnodar. The eatery is the latest creation of butcher-turned restaurateur Tahir Kholikberdiyev, and its menu features river-rat.

Holiday baking reminder — just say no to raw dough and batter

It's holiday time again — the perfect time for families to spend time together baking holiday cookies, cakes and even bread to share with loved ones. So bear with us as we share some important safety tips to follow that will keep your family healthy.

First crisp restaurant opens in London

Niche restaurants are popping up around the world, catering for different tastes. Even here one specializing in crisps (or 'chips') seems a little bizarre.

Top Danish restaurant fined for hygiene breaches

Denmark's only three-star Michelin restaurant on Thursday faced questions over hygiene after it was fined 20,000 kroner (2,688 euros, $2,839) by the country's food safety authority.

Sabra Dipping Co. recall prompts secondary recall of products

Following the recall of Sabra Dipping Company's select hummus products on November 19, three locations of Taylor Farms Inc. are recalling a limited number of products that contain Sabra's recalled products.

Sabra Hummus recall alert — U.S. and Canada over Listeria

Colonial Heights, Virginia-based Sabra Dipping Company, LLC has issued a voluntary recall of certain hummus products made prior to November 8, 2016, due to concerns over contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.

Listeria at production plant results in more ice cream recalls

Los Angeles-based ISB Food Group LLC has been extra busy the last few days, adding more ice cream brands to a recall initiated by AC Creameries on November 2, 2016.

Supermarket demands fuelling food waste crisis: UN

Supermarket obsession with perfect-looking produce and the use of arbitrary "best before" labels are causing massive food waste that if reversed could feed the world's hungry, a UN panel said Thursday.Nearly 1.

To beer or not to beer: Belgium fears for brewing crown

Belgium is historically one of the world's top beer countries but Thomas Costenoble, organiser of the Brussels Beer Challenge, fears that trouble is brewing.

Egyptian strawberries linked to Hepatitis A recalled nationwide

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is urging foodservice operators, including schools and restaurants nationwide, to check freezers for recalled Egyptian strawberries that may be contaminated with Hepatitis A.

Fall, French cooking and San Francisco, a Bon Appetit combination Special

Bay Area based author Carole Bumpus was delighted when she got the news that she and her companion cookbook, ‘Recipes for Redemption’ from her novel 'Cup of Redemption' were invited to the "Literary Feast" of Les Dames d’Escoffier on Nov. 13.

FDA finds Listeria in ice cream plant — recall details incomplete

Anaheim, California-based AC Creamery Inc. is recalling its 16-ounce packages of "Manila Sky Purple Yumm Ice Cream" because they have the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Another company's brand is also being recalled.

Avocado prices soar in wake of strike — USDA looks to Colombia

The U.S. is experiencing a nationwide shortage of avocados, the result of an ongoing drought in California and a strike by workers in Mexico. The price of the fatty fruit has quadrupled in most markets.

'Oh dear,' Is Arby's really serving venison steak sandwiches?

Beginning in early November, and coinciding with the start of the hunting season, fast-food chain Arby's will begin serving venison steak sandwiches in 17 locations in six states.

Canada issues nationwide recall of salmon roe due to botulism

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has updated and broadened a recall of salmon roe for the second time, urging consumers to not eat the salmon eggs because of the possibility of getting botulism.

Arrowroot biscuits recalled across Canada due to illnesses

Mr. Christie’s Arrowroot biscuits have been recalled nationwide in Canada after consumers reported becoming ill after eating the biscuits, with some people describing they had an "off taste."

Contaminated Cape Cod oysters sicken 75 people with Norovirus

Massachusetts Department of Public Health (DPH), and the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries (DMF), working with local health authorities have closed the shellfish beds in the town of Wellfleet due to a norovirus outbreak.

A busy day for Hong Kong's Center for Food Safety

Hong Kong's Center for Food Safety takes its mission very seriously in ensuring that food sold in Hong Kong is safe and fit for consumption. The regulations governing preservatives, pesticide residues and bacterial contamination are strictly enforced.

B.C.'s Foody World closed because of Listeria contamination

Foody World, a popular international grocery store in British Columbia, has been closed by Vancouver Coastal Health authorities because of Listeria contamination and will remain closed until it meets all health and safety standards.

Tyson Foods recalls more chicken because of plastic pieces

If you have children in school in Missouri or Illinois, you need to be aware that Tyson Foods popcorn chicken products served in school lunch programs may be contaminated with plastic pieces.

'Love it!', Aussie Vegemite fans hail Marmite mess

Australians have dipped into Britain's woes about its famous Marmite spread with relish, reigniting the long-brewing rivalry with Down Under's iconic Vegemite.

Blue Bell cookie dough ice cream recall now includes all flavors

Blue Bell Creameries is voluntarily recalling all of its ice cream products made with a cookie dough ingredient supplied by a third-party supplier, Aspen Hills Inc because the product may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.

Tyson Foods branches out to take a share of vegan meat products

Tyson Foods, the country's largest meat processor, announced last week it was investing in Beyond Meat, grabbing a five percent stake in the California-based company that makes "meats" using plant-based proteins.

As arable land disappears, here come the vertical farmers

As cities expand, eating up swathes of countryside in the process, agricultural pioneers are finding new ways to grow the fresh produce we need, in containers, empty buildings and any other spare space they can find to create new vertical farms.

Michelin gives DC a prestigious vote of culinary confidence

It's a Wednesday night and Rose's Luxury won't open for nearly another hour, but a line is already snaking out from under the brightly colored awning of one of Washington's buzziest restaurants.

Nestle recalls drumstick ice cream cones over Listeria fears

Glendale, California-based Nestle USA, Inc. is recalling some of its drumstick ice cream cones, because of a possible health risk from Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

Toxins in Maine shellfish prompt recall and ban on harvests

Maine's health department and Department of Marine Resources has closed certain portions of the state's coastline to the harvest of shellfish and issued a so-called "harvest recall" because of a finding of high domoic acid levels in samples tested.

Japan sushi chain stung by 'wasabi terrorism' claims

A Japanese sushi chain is being accused of 'wasabi terrorism' after it admitted to heaping excess dollops of the pungent root into foreign customers' food.