Did you forget to put the leftovers away? If it's only an hour or two, that's OK, but as the temperature drops under 60 degrees, the risk of bacterial growth – and food poisoning – increases.
What to do with those Christmas dinner leftovers.
Food suppliers and sellers around the world are using blockchain technologies to ensure that what consumers buy is labeled clearly and accurately.
Gene editing of wild plants can help us tap into new sources of food. But we need to make sure it's safe – and that demands some careful regulation.
Another review into the safety of pet food leads to another review into pet food. It's been a decade since this issue was brought to the government's attention, so what needs to happen now?
Patients undergoing chemotherapy are at particular risk from food poisoning - but they aren't being made aware how critical food safety is at home.
A nutritionist's expert view on barbecue success.
If you're worried about food poisoning at your next barbecue, wait until you see what's for pudding.
The Trump administration wants to streamline federal food safety efforts under one roof as part of a sweeping new plan to reorganize government.
Food safety issues are at heart political.
The "sniff test" doesn't work every time, and other food safety tips.
As incidents of food-borne illnesses increase, virtual reality could help better train food hygiene
Tracking contamination routes showed where the trouble can start.
The bacterial pathogen that is responsible for listeriosis can survive under even the toughest conditions.
Why kitchen hygiene is just as important for athletes as what is on their plate.
The recent E. coli outbreak in North America was linked to romaine lettuce. Many such outbreaks are often linked to fresh produce. Here's what you need to know to keep your family safe.
Have you ever been told not to put metal in the microwave? Edie, age 8, wants to know why.
Food fraud and safety concerns are an ongoing problem in the agrifood sector— could blockchain technology be a solution?
Already suffering debilitating side effects, chemotherapy patients could be made seriously ill by the food they eat.
Bacteria are everywhere, even on your drink garnishes and ice. While most are not going to harm you, some can make you very sick. Here are some things to consider at public drink stations.