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From: Food Quality & Safety Magazine, December/January 2014

Features

Making Food Safer Through Law and Technology

As efforts for new legislation emerged during 2013, innovative technologies and services were also introduced to meet the growing demands put upon food processors

Fonterra and the C. Botulinum Scare

The New Zealand-based company is striving to restore its reputation for food safety since the recent whey protein recall

Attitudes and Aptitudes Essential in Employee Selection

Careful pre-employment screening can ensure companies receive a good return on the investments they put into training new food safety hires

Avoid Stagnancy: Only Settle for Dynamic Pest Programs

Improving a program based on pest activity and trends can make all the difference between a successful pest management plan and an inefficient one

Vibrios and Human Health

Testing new depuration protocols to reduce the rate of Vibrio-related illnesses from oysters

Increasing Risk and Regulation Drives Change in Recall Management

Best practices for creating and testing a response plan in order to minimize damage during crisis situations

The Paperless Microbiology Laboratory

Linking LIMS with an automated approach is allowing one lab to improve the progress of its sample workflow

Shutting the Door on Pathogens

Specially engineered doorways minimize foods’ exposure to airborne pathogens—satisfying compliance standards set forth by HACCP and other safety programs

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Departments

From the Editor

Industry News: Global Food Traceability Center, Food Protection Program Portal, and More

Industry announcements for December/January 2014

New Product Reviews: Spectrometer, Ozone Analyzer, Saccharimeter, and More

New product/service announcements for December/January 2014

The Modernization of Diagnostic Testing

Today’s diagnostic test kits are created to be in-tune to the ever-changing needs of the market

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Columns

Systems Recognition: Designation Will Be Challenging for Most Countries

If a foreign country is able to achieve a ‘comparable’ food safety system, it can cut through the regulatory red tape and make it easier for its food producers to export to the U.S.

GM Foods: Can We Afford for States to Set Their Own Regulations?

Besides unintended consumer consequences, food quality and safety managers would have to manage conflicting GMO labeling standards for identical products across multiple states

William Frear Made a Case for Food Purity Laws

Pennsylvania State University Professor William Frear analyzed potentially tainted food to protect the quality and purity of the commercial food supply

more Columns

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