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Features: Reducing Seafood Shrinkage

Retailers using enhanced electronic traceability to manage their seafood supply chains can achieve less waste, better sustainability, and more satisfied customers

Features: Making LIMS a Hub for Compliance and Much More

Lab information management systems harness data from myriad sources to not only prove product is safe for compliance, but to make production more efficient by pinpointing weak spots

Features: The Do’s and Don’ts of a Food Recall

Applying a standards-based approach allows food companies to trace products with precision and remove them from the supply chain when a withdrawal is necessary

Features: Traceability: Costs, Benefits, and the Future

Understanding the challenges, new rules, recommendations, and investments on route to traceability

Features: Controlling Particulate Contamination with Fabric Curtain Walls

Fabric curtain walls provide a floor to ceiling blockade against foreign objects, yet allow fast and unimpeded access for conveyors and personnel

Features: Foreign Material Controls in the Red Meat Industry

Meat facilities achieve a higher level of product quality by following proper detection, segregation, and final product disposition procedures

Features: Selecting, Retrofitting, and Integrating Used Equipment

How to assess the risk versus the payoff while still meeting safety and quality guidelines

Features: Incorporating a Color-Coding Program

Best practices in implementing a color-coding system for food safety

Features: Shutting the Door on Pathogens

Specially engineered doorways minimize foods’ exposure to airborne pathogens—satisfying compliance standards set forth by HACCP and other safety programs

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