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GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Everyone knows that house flies aren’t welcome around food.
But University of Florida scientists have discovered five new reasons why.
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The University of Florida Office of Sustainability will host the first Florida Food Summit April 12-13. The event at UF’s Reitz Student Union will facilitate networking, dialogue and visioning among members of the Florida food system. The ... READ MORE
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- An outbreak of food-related illness, such as E. coli-tainted spinach, often leaves food safety experts scratching their heads over the source of the contamination.
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The oyster lover's axiom of edibility -- that this shellfish is safest to eat in any month with an "r" in it -- may soon become somewhat of a culinary anachronism, thanks to a new food-safety ... READ MORE
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The Caribbean spiny lobster is one of Florida's top commercial seafood species, with an annual $27 million harvest -- but a recently discovered virus is killing the crustaceans and threatening ... READ MORE
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Coffee and tea drinkers, take note -- a University of Florida study says a beverage made from a native holly tree might be just the thing to give you a caffeinated ... READ MORE
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Some University of Florida food scientists say U.S. food safety procedures need to get out of the 1960s and into the era of biotechnology.
Back then, America's scientists devised a system to ensure astronauts' food stayed ... READ MORE
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- Whether E. coli on spinach or Salmonella in peanut butter, it seems food-borne illness outbreaks are becoming all too familiar to the average shopper. On Jan. 29, when a national task ... READ MORE
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. --- From fast food to dog food -- new cases of contaminated cuisine seem to be a regular part of the modern news cycle. Tomatoes haven’t ... READ MORE