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In late April, the USDA announced nearly $24 million in new funding for research projects aimed at protecting consumers from microbial and chemical contaminants in food. These grants, awarded by the USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, focused on mitigation strategies for antimicrobial resistance, the physical and molecular mechanisms of food contamination, and the safety of fresh and fresh-cut fruits and vegetables.
Tomato growers Backyard Farms of Madison, Maine, was awarded the 13th annual Food Quality and Safety Award at a special ceremony on April 9 during the Food Safety Summit in Baltimore, Md. Sponsored by DuPont Nutrition & Health and presented by Food Quality & Safety magazine, the honor recognizes a North American quality assurance department or program each year that has made significant improvements in food safety and quality.
Online Exclusives: Detecting Adulteration in Olive Oil
Real-time screening technology to quickly detect and confirm the authenticity of a sample
Departments: Letters To The Editor
FDA Inspections in 2014, Brand Protection in a Social Media Age, and Fingerprinting Food
Departments: From The Editor
The industry needs to think like a criminal to catch food fraud
Departments: Industry News: FAO Expands Food Security Education, Updated FDA Requirements for Infant Formula, and More
The latest news and notes
Features: FSMA's GMPs: Are They the Right Move?
Strategizing how to block the risk of cross-contamination with the proper GMP pieces in play
An upstate N.Y. juice and sauce processor accounts how it incorporates GMPs in its certification to SQF Level 2
Departments: Letters to the Editor
Comments, disputes, support, etc.
Departments: Scientific Findings: Food Allergen Concerns, Real-Time Monitoring of Poultry Freshness, and More
New research from Wiley's food science journals