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How the “Tomato King” of Indiana changed the global food landscape.
Features: Training is Key to FSMA Compliance
Proper documentation of education efforts are as vital as the teaching.
Tight change-management practices will help ensure sure footing for you and your organization.
Features: Taking Cold Pizza to the Next Level
Cryogenic freezing tunnel helps Midwestern company exceed quality expectations, improve production, and reduce costs
Maker of deli salads and meats earns 11th Annual Food Quality Award with teamwork, training, technology
Harvey Wiley was the father of the Pure Food and Drugs Act of 1906
While the rest of the world focused on the space race between Russia and the United States, Paul Lachance, PhD, an Air Force Aeromedical Laboratories biologist, worried about the safety of the food astronauts were eating during a mission.
Although industry figures indicate that the latest crisis, which involved a rare and deadly strain of E. coli, has resulted in sales losses comparable to the Chernobyl nuclear accident in 1986, only a handful of exhibitors and farmers at Berlin's International Green Week are willing to talk about the disaster openly. Nearly a year after the devastating outbreak, which killed more than 40 and sickened more than 4,000 people in Germany and other parts of Europe, it is business as usual.
Hans Kissle, a manufacturer of prepared foods, salads, and desserts, has been named the winner of the 11th annual Food Quality Award. This annual award, which recognizes companies for exceptional contributions to food safety and customer satisfaction with a positive impact on business results, will be presented April 18 at a special reception sponsored by DuPont Qualicon during the Food Safety Summit Expo and Conference at the Washington, D.C., Convention Center.
The proposed rules for fresh produce and preventive controls, which reportedly number in the hundreds of pages, have been held up under review by the White House Office of Management and Budget. They were expected during the first quarter of 2012 but, as of this issue of Food Quality, had not yet been released.