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Columns: Systems Recognition: Designation Will Be Challenging for Most Countries

If a foreign country is able to achieve a ‘comparable’ food safety system, it can cut through the regulatory red tape and make it easier for its food producers to export to the U.S.

Columns: GM Foods: Can We Afford for States to Set Their Own Regulations?

Besides unintended consumer consequences, food quality and safety managers would have to manage conflicting GMO labeling standards for identical products across multiple states

Columns: William Frear Made a Case for Food Purity Laws

Pennsylvania State University Professor William Frear analyzed potentially tainted food to protect the quality and purity of the commercial food supply

Columns: Getting Imported Foods on the Straight and Narrow

With globalization adding more complexities to supply chain, FDA’s recently proposed rules aim to assure imported products meet the same standards as those produced domestically

Columns: Will FSVP Shed Light on Food Safety or Keep it in the Dark?

Deciding which of the two competing options under proposed FSVP rules will be more beneficial for food processors, foreign stakeholders, and consumers

Columns: Percy Spencer’s Microwave Revolutionizes Fast Cooking

Spencer’s idea to apply microwave technology to cooking was more of a fortuitous coincidence

Columns: Food Defense and Protection

Specialists in government, industry, and academia are exploring ways to protect the nation’s food supply against intentional contamination and adulteration from sabotage, terrorism, economic fraud, and other illegal action

Columns: Preparing for FSMA Compliance: Are You Ready?

Best practices that will help your organization with compliance

Columns: Women’s Role in Reforming Food Safety

Before U.S. women earned the right to vote in 1920, three female pioneers in food safety endured discrimination to make major contributions to the field.

Columns: The Implications of Food Fraud

Since we cannot have complete food safety without effective food defense, food quality cannot be assured without a comprehensive food protection program that addresses both food safety and food defense

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