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Features: Automation Manages Robust HACCP (and HARPC!) Programs

How automation helps define all HACCP plan parameters,manages CCPs and workflow, and sees process through to pre-shipment programs and reporting

Features: 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

Features: Embracing HACCP

HACCP implementation grows as retail and food service facilities look to shore up food safety in an evolving market

Departments: Fine Tune Your Compliance

HACCP systems have been required in a number of food manufacturing categories for many years and continue to expand as the standard model for all categories in the food industry and supply chain. Validation, an important component of HACCP Principle 6 verification, is not a new concept to the food industry. However, the subject of validation is not always well understood by those individuals who perform food safety and quality audits to determine compliance with current regulatory and industry standards.

Departments: Multiply Your Meat and Poultry Attack

Intervention strategies have been on a rapid development track during the past decade, with a number of companies not only adopting the strategies in their processing plants but, in many cases, making them integral components of their hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) plans.

Departments: Put Your Stamp on Food Safety

The passage of any new legislation is bound to bring on a lengthy period of adjustment. When that legislation is as broad and sweeping as the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the period of adjustment can last years. In our last column, we addressed the new federal requirement, which begins in June 2012, that food companies adopt written food safety plans, alternatively referred to as Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) plans. While the initiative may appear relatively simple and...

Columns: We’re Happy to Comply — But How?

Anyone involved in the food industry has now heard about the recent passage of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act, or FSMA. Although the FSMA imposes many new and, some might argue, exotic requirements on industry, the one that likely will have the greatest impact on food companies is the mandate that they “develop and implement written food safety plans.” Many companies are asking, what does this really mean? Although none of us can be certain until the U.S. Food and Drug Administration...

Departments: Automated HACCP Can Improve Safety

The food processing industry has done an incredible job of building new industrial automation systems to improve overall production processes, reduce time and cost of production, and increase overall throughput, product yields, and efficiency. In the past 18 months, however, the industry has seen an unprecedented number of supply chain safety and quality failures.

Departments: HACCP Principles: Benchmark for Food Safety

The hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP) food safety system was developed by the Pillsbury Company, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the U.S. Army Natick Laboratories in the late 1960s to develop foods for the space program.

Departments: The Foundation of HACCP

This is the second in a two-part article. The first part, “Pump Up Your Prerequisite Programs,” appeared in our April/May issue.

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