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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

Features: Maintaining the Cold Chain: Links in Review

Keeping your product cold in the most comprehensive, cost-effective manner

Features: ‘Boat-to-Plate’ Traceability

With a global quality hub, the seafood industry can verify product quality on the boat, at the fishery, with the at-sea and land processors, and at the distributor

Departments: Food Manufacturers Implement a Rainbow of Hues in their Color-Coding Programs

Implementing a well-delineated color-coded system is one of the most effective and straightforward ways of preventing cross contamination and maintaining good hygiene.

Departments: Yard Dock Management Systems Play Important Role in Food Product Freshness

One of the best ways facilities can prevent food-related contamination is to limit the amount of time products spend in transit and on the dock by utilizing a yard and dock management system.

Departments: Leveraging Food Safety Chain Management Technologies for Better Outcomes

By focusing on prevention rather reaction, FSQA professionals minimize costs and delays along the supply chain

Departments: IT Solutions for Food Safety Management

IT can help manage the mound of information it takes to remain compliant with new food safety legislation.

Departments: How Green Is My Package?

Life-cycle analysis according to ISO 14040 guidelines is vital to ensuring pro-environment claims.

Departments: Minimize Risk in Food Automation Systems

Follow these best practices to minimize risk and ensure success in installing or upgrading an automation system in your food plant.

Departments: Cloud Computing Maximizes Usefulness of Food Safety System Data

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.

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