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This poisonous heavy metal is occurring at increasing concentrations in agricultural systems
Departments: Honoring Outstanding Commitment to Food Protection
The 13th annual Food Quality & Safety Award to be presented at 2014 Food Safety Summit Conference & Expo
Features: Fonterra and the C. Botulinum Scare
The New Zealand-based company is striving to restore its reputation for food safety since the recent whey protein recall
Features: A Key Figure in Food Safety
Mention the name Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), and most people think of the pasteurization process he invented to prevent beverage spoilage. But Pasteur was a true renaissance man, researching, teaching chemistry and physics, and ultimately making discoveries that revolutionized fields such as agriculture, hygiene, and industry.
Features: The Father of Food Preservation
Just after the new year began, President Obama signed legislation for the most sweeping overhaul of America’s food safety system in more than 70 years, allowing the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to impose new rules to prevent contamination. It’s a concern that dates back to Roman times, but food microbiology saw major advances starting in the late 1700s, spearheaded by no less than Napoleon.
Features: Wal-Mart's Magna Carta for Auditing
In the 13th century, the Magna Carta (literally “great paper”) changed the course of history, introducing the idea of constitutional rights for all citizens. In the 21st century, a carta no less magna—this one issued by retail giant Wal-Mart—is having an equally transformative effect on the food industry around the world, particularly in the United States. In 2008, in a letter to food suppliers and a press release to the national media, Wal-Mart became the first nationwide U.S....