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FDA Investigates Chinese Food Warehouse for Rodent Infestation


A major supplier to Chinese food restaurants throughout the Northeast and into the Midwest was found to have rodent nests in coolers, flying birds, and feces on food in its warehouse, the Food and Drug Administration said. More

Chinese Food Distributor Cited by FDA Over Rodents, Birds


A food company that distributes products to Asian restaurants throughout the East and into the Midwest was cited for numerous violations by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration after rodents and other pests were found in a warehouse. More

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GMO Mosquitoes May Be Released in Florida

The FDA is considering whether to approve the experimental use of genetically modified mosquitoes in the Florida Keys to help stop the spread of dengue fever and other diseases.

Environmental Pest Service Expands to Orlando

The company, formerly Arrow Environmental Holdings, closed seven merger deals in December.

Mosquito Joe Holds its Largest Training Event to Date

Forty new franchisees attended training at the Mosquito Joe headquarters in Virginia Beach, Va.

Technicide Introduces Techni-Baiter System

The Techni-Baiter baiting system is a product that service professionals can use to save on bending and kneeling.

Viking’s Willix Earns A.C.E. Certification

James Willix of Viking Pest Control, Bridgewater, N.J., recently earned Associate Certified Entomologist status from the Entomological Society of America.