A federal grand jury is looking into whether Wright County Egg executives misled the public despite knowledge they were tainted, leading to 62,000 illnesses.
The $100M agreement could help reimburse nearly 2,000 community water systems that had to filter their water of Syngenta's agricultural herbicides.
The FDA says a J&J unit received 227 complaints about various products and most often closed them without a thorough investigation.
A series of new lawsuits nationwide claim Tropicana's juice is so heavily processed it shouldn't be called "natural" by FDA standards.
Agency is warning consumers that a counterfeit version of the attention deficit hyperactivity disorder drug is being sold over the Internet.
The storm struck Louisville, Ky., and damaged about 3,500 of the newly-redesigned Escapes, just as Ford's sales are going up.
U.S. regulators would inspect more drug manufacturing facilities in China, India and other foreign countries in order to ensure quality.
The manufacturer that can minimize CoQ, while producing products the fastest, is the one that will win in today’s market.
As we assess our businesses and our processes, looking for ways to streamline and save time, we look for those elements that add value to our products and services. As much as we come to depend on quality checks and authority approvals, they don’t actually improve or otherwise add value to our outputs. As a result, it becomes standard practice, particularly when exercising improvement programs such as Lean to eliminate checks and approvals.
There is an old saying in quality management: "If it's not written down, the event never took place." A successful QMS consists of written and controlled procedures.
A food product’s recipe must continually be accurate and repeatable, not only to maintain high quality, but also to ensure safety.
Battery maker posted a loss of $125 million due to a steep drop in sales and hefty costs related to its ongoing replacement of potentially defective batteries.
Company said it is laying off 86 employees, citing what it calls a misinformation campaign about a product that food-industry experts agree is safe.
New “Right to Know” bills raise the possibility for the labeling of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs) in food.
Shares of the medical diagnostics company slipped after it announced that the government was concerned over its marketing and quality-control testing.
The vans are now part of an August 2010 recall of more than 600,000 Windstars for rear axles that can crack and fail.
Under the new process, which does not wait for a confirmation, government officials could trace the source of E. coli 24 to 48 hours sooner.
Coca-Cola said recent pipeline modifications caused water for rinsing packages mixed with water for making drinks.
About 66,000 of the potentially defective air packs, manufactured by CSE Corp., did not recycle oxygen fast enough to help endangered miners.
The industry was just regaining its footing from a severe drought and "pink slime" worries when the word of the mad cow discovery came.
"From simply a public health issue, I put it very, very low," said one Cornell professor, while others noted the dangers from E.coli and salmonella.
New CEO Alex Gorsky said one of his short-term priorities is to get "reliable" consumer products back on store shelves.
Columbus Foods was founded in 1917 in the North Beach neighborhood of San Francisco, Calif. In the days before industrial drying equipment, the Bay Area’s famous fog would roll through the open windows of the building into the curing rooms, aiding in the drying and aging process of the salami. Columbus Foods today operates three facilities and employs approximately 300 workers, along with an additional 100 employees during seasonal peaks.
Lyon Workspace Products has introduced its newly-designed flammable safety cabinets, which allow manufacturers to store flammable liquids safely — this helps protect employees as well as the facility.