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Features: Detecting BADGE in Canned Tuna: An Application Note

Metal cans are often coated with a resin barrier to prevent contact between food and the can. Components from these coatings can migrate into the food affecting its safety and quality. Polyepoxyphenol coatings on the inside of cans based on bisphenol A epoxy resins can release the epoxy monomer bisphenol A diglycidyl ether (BADGE) into food. Bisphenol A and its derivatives are considered as endocrine disruptors. Both E.U. and U.S. have set regulations on the limit of BADGE migration into food at 1 mg/Kg.

Features: 20 Years in Food Safety: A Look Back and Beyond

A look back at some important events in food safety and a glimpse forward at what the next 20 years might hold

Features: At Taylor Farms, New Technologies Make Produce Safer

The most recent winner of the Food Quality Award attributes its high standards for food safety to investments in technology and training

Features: CIP: The Industrial-Grade Dishwasher

Modern CIP systems are heavily automated and integrated to reduce manual intervention while ensuring efficiency, repeatability, and overall quality

Features: Dry Floor Products Won’t Slip Up

Various dry floor treatments are gaining ground when it comes to enhancing sanitation and preventing cross contamination

Features: Protecting the Hands that Feed

Determining which protective glove to use for each application in such a multifaceted industry  

Features: How to Know if a Pest Management Company is the Right Fit

Six essential questions to ask during your search in finding the best pest management provider for your facility

Features: Reducing the Unique Risks in Sprouts

Best practices for sampling and microbial testing during sprout production  

Features: Handy Contract Labs: Not Just For Testing Anymore

Contract labs serve as multifaceted verification tools, technical resources, and partners in the quality and food safety management system  

Features: Analytical Trends in Measuring Food Quality

New instrumentation that improves speed and accuracy, and novel approaches that leverage better equipment are driving advances of analytical methods

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