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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, April/May 2013
Strategies on how to stay afloat amidst the growing frequency of food recalls
Soil detection, indicator microbial detection, and pathogen detection systems designed for hygiene monitoring programs in concert with plant sanitation
The five factors to consider for pest management documentation in order to be audit-ready at any time
With a global quality hub, the seafood industry can verify product quality on the boat, at the fishery, with the at-sea and land processors, and at the distributor
Are there food additives once considered safe that should now be banned?
Silver lined tubing and fittings, along with replacements to PVC, can ncrease quality assurance and improve consistency of product at dispensing
Exploring the roles of viscometers versus texture analyzers in measuring ‘soft solid’ materials
Pathogens can be detected in enriched food and food process samples with the combined help of isothermal DNA amplification and bioluminescence detection technologies
Specialized materials analysis training programs can meet the requirements for possible forthcoming FDA training mandates
The fundamentals for controlling risk factors associated with food contamination
It seems the mainstream media’s attention on the food industry gets more critical with each new headline, making the issue of ensuring food safety more important than ever.
English merchant Peter Durand got the first patent for a tin plated container in 1810
An overview of what exactly the two FSMA rules from the FDA mean for the food industry
While smaller farms and facilities applaud FDA’s proposed regulations, many food industry experts question whether these exemptions weaken FSMA’s effectiveness at preventing foodborne disease