German Egg Scare: Are Lax Food-Safety Laws to Blame?

German Egg Scare: Are Lax Food-Safety Laws to Blame?

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Faith Durand
Jan 12, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Some analysis of the dioxin scare in Germany. Plus, another ground beef recall, and the discovery of the world's oldest winery.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. 

Company helps revive rare, South American chocolate - Oregonian
Border guards crack Kinder egg case - Globe and Mail
Man With Shotgun Demands Food for Pregnant Wife - Consumerist
Man Arrested for Bringing Suspicious Bagel Onboard - Consumerist
Germany kills dioxin-contaminated pigs - Independent UK
Germany Egg Scare: Are Lax Food-Safety Laws to Blame? - TIME
Australia's floods will push food prices up 30% - BBC News
One Great Burger recalls ground beef products - Food Business Review
Three red wines that qualify as real steals - Oregonian
Unearthing the World's Oldest Winery - Wall Street Journal

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