BROWSE ALL ARTICLES BY TOPIC
Articles by Section - Features
Listing articles 1 to 10 of 410
Beer contains 90 percent water and is the most important ingredient in determining its flavor. Water contains calcium and is an essential mineral to the brewing process. The levels of calcium in local water have determined the type of beer produced. The different types of beer whether a light lager or a porter are for the most part due to the water profiles of the areas that made the styles famous.
Features: SPECIAL FEATURE: Recipe for Modernized Food Safety System - What’s the Missing Key Ingredient?
With the birth of the FSMA, the FDA has been armed with the necessary sanction to streamline the food safety system in the U.S. It has since issued seven proposed rules to farmers, manufacturers, and importers aimed at ensuring that our food is safe for consumption and that the issues of maintaining a global marketplace will be reduced, or at least well-managed.
How food safety technology helps companies be prepared for their regulatory, GFSI, and customer food safety audits
Features: Reducing Seafood Shrinkage
Retailers using enhanced electronic traceability to manage their seafood supply chains can achieve less waste, better sustainability, and more satisfied customers
Lab information management systems harness data from myriad sources to not only prove product is safe for compliance, but to make production more efficient by pinpointing weak spots
Features: Food Defense Audits
Companies throughout the supply chain are bulking up on their food protection tactics
Features: The Do’s and Don’ts of a Food Recall
Applying a standards-based approach allows food companies to trace products with precision and remove them from the supply chain when a withdrawal is necessary
Managing and maintaining a security program allows companies to adapt as new threats surface and new technology emerges
Understanding the challenges, new rules, recommendations, and investments on route to traceability
Features: Food Security
Guarding the production and distribution chains from serious public health and economic consequences