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Features: Electronic Water Treatment: A Clean Line for Food Production

The formation of unwanted layers of limescale deposits on the surface of process equipment is of critical importance in the food industry. Limescale is particularly prevalent in heat transfer devices, membrane separations, and distribution lines. Scale deposits, known as fouling, can cause a number of operational problems. In addition, the incorporation of even undesirable trace particulates can lead to off-flavors or off-colors, reducing shelf life, or even making the product un-saleable.

Features: Keep It Clean

Sanitation will play a big part in FSMA implementation, requiring proper disinfecting practices to reduce microbial contamination on equipment and other surfaces

Features: Eliminate Bugs Where They Live

Identifying the problem areas in the plant where microorganisms can find a home

Features: Get Staff On Board with IPM

Coordinating with staff on how they can play a role in pest control adds more value to your management program

Features: Rapid Detection's Role in Marine Food

Using tests based on lateral flow technology to detect the increased instances of Vibrio parahaemolyticus

Features: Third-Party Auditors Rule: Are You Left Out of the Reporting Loop?

In addition to direct reporting, the FDA’s proposed rule would require auditors to report to the FDA before they report to the facilities

Features: IT Building Blocks

How constructing the right IT system can strengthen safety and crisis management

Features: Top Five Software Capabilities in Safety

Incorporate critical software abilities that leverage real-time, actionable knowledge and provide analytics for better control and consistency during production

Features: Handwashing’s Risks and Rewards

The lack of standards and processes for hand hygiene complicates the effort to reduce the risk of foodborne illness in food service and retail

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Features: Will the Proposed Import Rules Cause Big Impact for Little Companies?

Given the huge responsibility now being put on small- and medium-sized companies to insure the safety of their imported food, it is obvious the risk of doing business has just gone up considerably, along with the cost. Even if the supplier is in a county where FDA approves the food safety system, and even if the local government provides the inspectors, it is reasonable to expect there will be a cost for the resulting report and that cost is likely whether the inspector is from the government or is a...

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