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Features: Safeguarding Against False Test Results

Salmonella and Campylobacter impact a number of large food industries, forcing the need to deploy testing solutions that ensure the safety of products and the well-being of consumers

Features: Food Allergies on the Rise

Allergens--the challenge for business and the opportunity to build trust

Features: Sample Preparation Selection

Typically regarded as the bottleneck in the analytical laboratory, sample preparation can be conducted more smoothly by assessing the strengths and drawbacks of three common used approaches in food safety—LLE, QuEChERS, and SPE

Features: Vegetable Oil Analysis

Exploring the use of SFC in combination with ELSD to determine triglyceride composition of vegetable oils

Features: Getting a Handle on Foreign Materials

Risk assessments of raw materials, process, and finished product, and analysis of customer complaints can help identify control measures

Features: Detection Technologies: What Works, What Doesn’t

The inner workings of establishing a foreign object control program with metal detection or X-ray inspection

Features: The Produce Industry’s ‘Barcode’ of Approval

The Produce Traceability Initiative is spearheading efforts toward whole chain traceability by incorporating technology and common standards

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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

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