U.S. Open Workers Sue Restaurants; Tainted Flavoring Agent Might Not Hurt You if You Cook it
A Food Safety and Inspection Service veterinarian blew the whistle on his agency for failing to heed his warnings about unsafe slaughterhouse practice in Oklahoma and Vermont.
France is up in arms over the approval by Europe's food safety agency of several genetically modified crops, including a GM potato, saying these were properly tested.
U.S. Open workers have filed a class-action suit against restaurants at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens for failure to pay overtime and keeping tips.
A flavoring agent used in thousands of food products may be contaminated with salmonella, but food safety officials say cooking the products should eliminate any risk.
Canadian coffee chain Tim Hortons has plans to open 900 new locations across North America over the next three years, including a good number in the U.S.
Harlem's Chuck E. Cheese has more safety regulations that a maximum-security prison, including prohibitions against "gang-style apparel" and "gang-type conduct or behavior."
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