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Runs from the border 08.dec.06

Sprout redux 4.dec.06

About choice 01.dec.06

Sorry, bureaucrats just aren't that into you 28.nov.06

Thermometers for Thanksgiving 23.nov.06

Pasteurized milk: Built Ford Tough 22.nov.06

Super sweet - and safe - 16 09.nov.06

Don't eat poop 01.nov.06

Tell me more - Commentary from the Food Safety Network 04.oct.06

Importing E. coli - Commentary from the Food Safety Network 26.sep.06

The smoking bag - Commentary from the Food Safety Network 21.sep.06

Fresh and Risky - Commentary from the Food Safety Network 15.sep.06

Community nightmare - Commentary from the Food Safety Network 23.aug.06

The unvarnished (and unpasteurized) truth 11.aug.06

My memories of turtles -- and salmonella 23.jun.06

Market Madness 20.jun.06

Market mayhem 23.may.06

Sick? Stay at home16.mar.06

Exposing the Rotten Truth 08.mar.06

And the winner is... 06.mar.06
Got milk?
27.feb.06
Batter Up
25.feb.06
Soap opera
16.feb.06
Stupid rules or modern food standards?
15.feb.06
Raw milk strikes again
16.dec.05
Stop blaming consumers
14.dec.05
Food safety for students -- the wrong way
13.dec.05
"Food is worse than crack"
12.dec.05
Sprouts in Canada
25.nov.05
Thermometers for Thanksgiving
24.nov.05
Going public
23.nov.05
Ben Chapman, Justin Kastner and Doug Powell discuss food safety on the K-State Radio Network
07.nov.05
Forgotten lessons
02.nov.05
No, mommy, no
02.nov.05
Food Safety - Promoting a Culture of Awareness
31.oct.05
Food safety road trip
18.oct.05
An evaluation of an on-farm food safety program for Ontario greenhouse vegetable producers; a global blueprint for fruit and vegetable producers
14.sep.05
Secret Shopper: Grocery Store Employee Food Handling Practices from a Customer’s Perspective
01.aug.05
Summer Food Concerns
24.jun.05
Hockey takes a shot from Hepatitis A
16.may.05
False fat, and bogus advice
10.may.05
Enduring traditions turned into nightmares
19.nov.04
Show me the grade! Data for dining out
02.jul.04
Don't believe everything you see on TV
28.jun.04
Food safety without borders
25.may.04
Biotech wheat - the market decides
13.may.04
Spot the mistake: Television cooking shows as a source of food safety information
01.may.04
Superstition and hazard
13.feb.04
Unsolved mysteries
15.jan.04
BSE: Lessons from Canada
24.dec.03
Farm-to-fork food safety: Would you like hepatitis A with that?
05.dec.03
Going cruising? Don’t let Norwalk ruin what could be a fantastic vacation
03.dec.03
Consumers choose genetically engineered sweet corn over conventional varieties
03.dec.03
Assessing the environmental impact of GE crops: report on UK trials
24.oct.03
What are your kids eating for lunch? Contrasting food safety directives
16.oct.03
Gobbling Up The Safe Farm-To-Fork Food Experience
09.oct.03
On-farm food safety update
01.oct.03
Recycling GE Food Myths
06.jul.03
VIDEO - Keeping Food Safe
11.jun.03
Chronically Overexposed and at Risk: Zeroing in on Zero Tolerance
12.may.03
Report Highlights Need for Evolving Food Safety Regulation
25.apr.03
The Food Safety Network Launches Another Year of Fresh Fruit and Vegetable On-Farm Food Safety Programs and Research
16.apr.03
Food Safety and Organic Food
07.apr.03
The Smell of Spring: Nutrient Management Revisited
30.mar.03
Food Policy Reflections From the Big Apple
05.feb.03
General Possibilities: The Precautionary Principle Again
20.dec.02
Letting the Genie out of the Bottle (of Water)
17.dec.02
VIDEO - Foot and Mouth Disease: Perspectives from the UK
12.dec.02
Cruising to Handwashing Woes
11.dec.02
VIDEO - Professor Williams and the Transatlantic Trade Dispute over Pleuro-Pneumonia
01.dec.02
VIDEO - Food Safety, Stigma, and the Food Trade: Yesterday and Today
22.nov.02
Rockin' the GE Vote
06.nov.02
Can TV Cooks Become Food Safety Celebreties?
15.oct.02
Porky's and the Farm
06.oct.02
Lecturing and Leading in the Midst of Confusion
29.sep.02
Schmeiser Loses Again; Will the Rest of Us?
06.sep.02
On Hardy and Hardiness: Droughts and Genetic Engineering
22.aug.02
Water Buffaloes Must Go
26.jul.02
Organic, Conventional and Genetically Engineered Foods
10.jul.02
I'm a Poor, Poor Farmer: Percy Schmeiser Comes to Land of the Crocodile and Kiwi
01.jul.02
The Food Safety Network(FSnet) as a Risk Analysis Tool
05.may.02
Know the Risks of What you Eat
22.feb.02
Root Crops Post Food Safety Risk; Washing Fruits and Vegetables Virtually Useless
01.feb.02
Sprouts in Canada
11.jan.02
E.coli: Too Many Outbreaks and Not Enough Outrage
11.jan.02
Mad Cow: Canada Could Be Next
09.jan.02
Canada's Cattle Kept Free of Disease
05.jan.02
History Lesson: Complacent About Current Food Regulations? Then You're Ignoring the Lesson of Vigilance
01.dec.01
Animal Disease and Regulatory Pride
15.nov.01
Bt Corn Good for Growers and Consumers
30.oct.01
Bill's Defeat was our Victory
26.oct.01
BSE in Japan: BSE in Japan: What to do in a Scare
16.oct.01
Bitter Harvest: Why the Canadian Wheat Board Should Reconsider its Call to Ban Genetically Engineered Wheat
01.oct.01
Consumers Prefer Genetically Engineered Sweet Corn and Potatoes in GM Labelling Study
11.sep.01
VIDEO - Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers On-Farm Food Safety Program
01.sep.01
GM Food Report Backlash: The Royal Society's Report on Genetically Modififed Foods has Drawn Harsh Criticism from the Scientific Community. Why Does the Society Remain Silent?
13.jun.01
Naomi Klein and the Crusade Against Industrial Farming
21.mar.01
More Politics Than Science in Food-Safety Concerns
04.dec.00
Natural is no Guarantee of Safety
21.nov.00
Why GM Food Theatrics Don't Fool the Crowd
14.nov.00
Letter to the Editor
09.oct.00
Science and Silliness: Genetically Engineered Food is Nothing to Get Pie-Faced About
21.aug.00
Farm-to-Fork Food Safety
03.jul.00
Who Voted this Book an Award?: Best Business Book of the Year is the Antithesis of a Well-Researched, Investigative and Compelling Report Worthy of a National Award
24.jun.00
Don't Blame Industrial Farms for E.Coli: Poor Management is the Culprit, not Feedlot Cattle
03.jun.00
Evaluation of electronic information sources to identify food safety issues for risk management and communication: the creation and assessment of the Food Safety network (FSnet)
01.jan.00
McCain's Hot Potato
04.dec.99
Fresh produce and its risks
26.aug.99
Frankenfoods: has genetically altering food created a monster -- or just fed our fears of the unknown
09.oct.99
Media Have Been Portraying Nature as More Friendly Than She Is
05.oct.99
Memo to Monsanto
07.sep.99
US Warning About Salmonella in Sprouts was Prudence, Not Panic
27.jul.99
Sierra Club's food scare ignores the real risks
14.jul.99
We Deserve Safe Food, From Farm-to-Fork
09.jul.99
Smelling rats in GMO conspiracy theories
05.apr.99
Food Safety Claims Done In By Data
03.mar.99
Food Irradiation No Magic Bullet Solution
07.aug.98
From Frankenstein to Frankenfood: Talking about agricultural biotechnology
01.may.98