Is it safe to eat a bite or two of cookie dough? WWJ asked an expert.
You wouldn’t make a sandwich, hide it in the backyard for hours, and then go back and eat it later.
The Lansing animal and food safety testing product maker Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) Tuesday announced net income of $6.6 million for for the third quarter of its fiscal year, which ended Feb. 28, down from $6.7 million in the same period a year earlier. Earnings per share was unchanged at 18 cents for both periods. Revenue for the quarter was $62 million, up 21 percent from $51.1 million a year earlier.
Neogen Corp. makes products that test for contamination and other biotech information in food and livestock. A year ago, amid outbreaks of food contamination, the company reported record profits. This year, for the second quarter of its fiscal year, which ended Nov. 30, the company reported lower net income despite higher sales due to what a top executive called a year of “clean crops.” Acquisition expenses also played a part.
Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) Wednesday announced that all shares of its common stock will begin trading today on a “post-split” basis to reflect the company’s previously announced 3-for-2 stock split.
Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) announced net income for its 2013 fiscal year, which ended May 31, increased 21 percent from the previous year to $27.2 million or $1.12 a share, up from $22.5 million or 94 cents a share a year earlier.
Whether at a picnic, outdoor event or grilling at home, the following tips on preparing, storing and cooking food will help protect against foodborne illnesses.
Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) Monday announced that it has acquired the assets of SyrVet Inc., a veterinary instrument business based in Waukee, Iowa. Price and other terms weren’t immediately disclosed.
A conference aimed at making the food supply safe through innovative technology is set for June 19 in Kalamazoo.
For years the Michigan Manufacturing Technology Center has been working with Michigan Food Processors to help improve plant safety and efficiency. In an effort to provide even more value to Michigan Food Processors, the MMTC has created a formal food safety program.