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Departments: Contract Labs Eye FSMA's Impact
Upswing in business likely as federal regulations take effect
Departments: Data Explosion Threatens Food Safety
Experienced auditors with cutting-edge technology can protect your business
ERP software vital to keep track of lot-specific data across entire supply chains
Departments: Food Safety Happens in a Vacuum
System sprays down, sucks up sterile liquid to get pathogens off food surfaces
Departments: Identity That Goes with the Grain
Systems that track certain varieties start with certified seed and end with traceable, high-quailty ingredients
Departments: Choosing a Food Safety Consultant
Ask the right questions to ensure a happy ending
Departments: The Battle Over "Pink Slime"
Science vs. public outrage over BPI's lean finely textured beef
Departments: Microbiological Tests and Kits: The Latest Advances
It’s been almost a year since the E. coli outbreak that originated in Germany in May last year killed more than 40 people. The frenzy to identify the strain responsible — the relatively rare O104:H4 — helped point out the increasing need for rapid and reliable pathogen testing in the food industry.
Departments: Food Companies Should Plan for Outbreak Response Before it Occurs, Act Quickly to Shape Outcome
A longtime industry colleague and friend recently told me it was the things he couldn’t see that he feared most. Lurking somewhere in his processing equipment or on a product sitting in a sales cooler, there are a few colonies of pathogenic bacteria waiting to wreak havoc in our business and lives.
All too frequently, a story appears about tainted food that has traveled through the supply chain undetected until it causes illness and triggers a costly recall. This scenario not only puts the health of the consumer at risk but is also invariably expensive and can destroy a company’s reputation.