From backyard barbeques to picnic cookouts, Michiganders love to celebrate summer by eating outdoors.
The Lansing biotech firm Neogen Corp. (Nasdaq: NEOG) Tuesday announced fiscal fourth quarter revenue of $48.5 million, up 11 percent from $43.6 million a year earlier. The company’s fiscal year ended May 31.
Michigan State University has licensed a suite of technologies to detect a broad range of pathogens and toxins to Michigan-based start-up nanoRETE. The company was launched by Michigan Accelerator Fund I (MAF-1), an investment partnership focused on Michigan-based early stage life science and technology companies.
This year, before you go preparing your pets a heaping plateful of your Thanksgiving dinner, petMD urges pet parents to consider the following list of pet-friendly foods and which ones should be avoided.
Whether you use a tried-and-true recipe or a creative new method, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service wants to help you cook your Thanksgiving turkey safely.
Whether you use a tried-and-true recipe or a creative new method, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service wants to help you cook it safely.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced that Traverse City-based Cherry Central, a cooperative of hundreds of growers of fruits and vegetables in the United States, is using IBM analytics technology to provide true visibility of food items as they travel from the farm to supermarket shelves or ingredient buyers’ locations.
Food safety partners are launching a campaign to reduce food poisoning due to undercooked pre-prepared foods.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service issued tips to keep kids safe from food poisoning as they prepare their favorite after school snacks, sometimes unsupervised by mom or dad.
Lansing-based Neogen Corp. Tuesday announced a 30 percent increase in net income for its fiscal year ended May 31, to $22.8 million or 96 cents a share, up from $17.5 million or 76 cents a share. Revenue for the fiscal year was up 23 percent to $172.7 million from $140.5 million in the prior fiscal year.