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Features: Ethylene Management Breakthroughs

Improving the quality and shelf life of fresh produce

Features: The Natural Power of Ozone

The benefits from ozone can be used in many capacities, such as for plant sanitation, extending product shelf life, or overall product safety

Features: Fingerprinting Food: ­Augmenting Existing Near Infrared Technology to Fight Dairy Adulteration

The food industry is working to prevent food fraud by focusing on tools that help detect ‘unknown-unknowns’

Features: Components for an Effective Pathogen Environmental Monitoring Program

Determining which organisms to target, the risk evaluation, factors in a sampling plan, and the corrective actions

Features: Next Generation Pest Management

Greener services, scientific progress, and technical developments are contributing to the concept of ‘Next Generation’ Pest Management

Features: The Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance

Beyond a basic FDA-recognized curriculum, the FSPCA will be expected to develop training modules for specific food types

Features: Brand Protection in a Social Media Age

Working together in building a proactive social media plan as part of an overall food defense strategy

Features: Social Media Stirs the Pot

The fast-paced world of online communication offers impressions, impacts, tools, and lessons

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Features: How Insurance Works with Labeling and Duty-to-Warn Lawsuits

Labeling and duty-to-warn cases continue to emerge as a key area of risk for food and beverage companies. These companies should understand the nature of these claims, the extent to which their insurance policies may cover these claims, and steps they may need to take to secure coverage if a claim arises. One of the fastest growing risks in this area stems from cases alleging violations of California’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986—better known as Prop 65.

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Features: Preventing Contamination at the Dock

Loading dock equipment, originally meant to increase operational efficiency and to protect the safety of dockworkers, is now being enlisted to protect food products in cold and dry storage facilities as well as during production and transportation. Here are some warehouse solutions that can help a DC or processing facility strengthen their line of defense again contamination.

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