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Features: Uncovering Product Vulnerability

Addressing the risk of economically motivated adulteration in imported foods with vulnerability assessments

Features: Intercepting Food Fraud Before It Hits the Shelves

Techniques to identify the authenticity and purity of products are in demand as more counterfeit foods enter the consumer supply chain

Features: Rise of Product Diversion and Counterfeiting

Serialization and tracking and tracing have potential to reduce counterfeit products in food and beverage as well as the pharmaceutical supply chains

Features: Crustacean Residues in Foodstuffs

An increasingly widespread issue in regards to food allergies, crustacean test methods must be very specific and detect minute quantities of allergen in complex food matrices

Features: Pesticides in Imported Produce

Rapid pesticide analysis for fruits and vegetables by using gas and liquid chromatography coupled mass spectroscopy

Features: Importance of Certified Reference Materials

Availability of CRMs for food testing procedures would ensure consistent, reliable results and could be used to establish sensitivity, linearity, and specificity during the validation of microbiological quality control methods

Features: Lab Implementation of ISO 11133:2014

New mandatory standard for the preparation and quality control of culture media will reduce the workload for the qualification of new culture media batches procured from suppliers

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: Bridging Industry and Regulatory to Enhance Safety

The cross-functional collaboration of educational programs will enable food managers to properly respond to an illness outbreak or recall

Departments: Market Expanding for Diagnostic Testing

The FDA’s growing focus on preventing food-borne illness rather than just responding after an outbreak has occurred is prompting big demand and growth in the diagnostic testing market

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