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Features: Taking Cold Pizza to the Next Level
Cryogenic freezing tunnel helps Midwestern company exceed quality expectations, improve production, and reduce costs
Equipment ensures that Papa John's totes, buggies, and containers are consistently cleaned and sanitized while improving throughput speed and reducing labor costs
Maker of deli salads and meats earns 11th Annual Food Quality Award with teamwork, training, technology
Harvey Wiley was the father of the Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1906
In a first-of-its-kind study, a team of researchers that includes a physicist, a mathematician, and an economist have used food import and export databases to create a map of the worldwide food transport network.
Features: Shortage of Food Safety Vets Predicted
More than half of all veterinary students are pursuing careers in companion animal medicine, leaving other veterinary sectors—including food safety and zoonotic disease prevention—facing potential shortages of qualified veterinarians, according to a new report from the National Research Council of the National Academies of Science.
Features: Foodborne Illnesses Decline Overall
Here’s the good news: The overall incidence of reported illnesses linked to one of six of the most common foodborne pathogens dropped by 23% between 1996-1998 and 2010, according to a CDC report.
California food safety officials recently lifted the statewide quarantine on all raw milk products produced by Organic Pastures of Fresno County, a little more than a week after it was imposed in the wake of 10 cases of Campylobacter-related illness linked to the dairy’s products.
Under a new USDA policy, the FSIS will be able to begin investigating cases of E. coli O157:H7 contamination in meat and poultry after receiving “presumptively positive” test results, rather than waiting for those preliminary results to be confirmed positive.
Diamond Pet Foods’ failure to provide an adequate number of handwashing facilities, maintain sanitary equipment, and take all reasonable precautions to prevent Salmonella contamination contributed to illness in at least 16 people in nine states, the FDA said in a May 15 report.