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Features: Floor Cleaning Eye-Opener

Advanced cleaning techniques on soiled floors can eliminate the direct/indirect contact areas that are sources of contamination

Features: Supporting a Store Brand

A manufacturer’s perspective on the fundamentals of choosing quality suppliers

Features: Cadmium: A Clandestine Threat to Food Safety

This poisonous heavy metal is occurring at increasing concentrations in agricultural systems

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Features: SPECIAL FEATURE: In a Packaging Pickle?

When it comes to pickle packaging, consumers are very familiar with seeing a glass jar with a metal closure on store shelves. The reason that companies select this package format goes beyond industry standards, however. The partnership between metal and glass is an ideal vehicle to use in order to maintain the integrity of the product.

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Features: SPECIAL FEATURE: 14 Ways to Keep Your Ice Safe

Ever since JAMA ran an article on the food safety of crushed ice more than 60 years ago, the focus on the safety of commercial, crushed ice has been closely scrutinized. Ice should always be considered food.

Features: Confusion Surrounding Allergen Labeling

Adopting a systematic allergen risk assessment for industry will provide accurate allergen information to consumers, allowing them to make informed decisions

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

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