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Food standards authority defends decision not to specifically test berries for virus upon importation
Australia's food standards authority has defended the decision not to specifically test frozen berries for hepatitis A when they are imported into Australia.
The Health Department said there were 18 cases of hepatitis A that had been linked with berries from two processing plants in China.
Food Standards Australia New Zealand (FSANZ)
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If you eat out a lot, get ready to brush up on your math skills.
Calories are back. And you're about to see a lot more about them.
Under new regulations from the Food and Drug Administration, restaurant chains and food services across the country have to add calorie counts to their menus by Nov. 1. That means you'll soon start
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Southwest Airlines missed required inspections on 128 of its Boeing 737 aircraft, leading to the cancellation of dozens of flights this week.
The Federal Aviation Administration has said the airline can keep flying the planes for up to five days while the maintenance checks are completed, Southwest said.
The airline was overdue for a required maintenance check on the standby hydraulic system for the planes, both the