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Whitepaper: Safer food supply chains

The food industry is in the news and on the minds of consumers, manufacturers, regulators, and investors, and there is a new era of food safety on the horizon, which will potentially change the food manufacturing industry, and the ways they are regulated and assessed. The introduction of the FSSC 22000 has ushered in a whole new approach to risk management and quality assurance. In this article, you will gain an understanding of the changes taking place and learn how the food manufacturing sector can...

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Features: China Compensates Food Safety Whistleblowers

In the U.S., the Food Safety Modernization Act includes specific protections for whistleblowers who report food safety violations, but China has taken that one step further. On January 15, China’s State Food and Drug Administration announced that individuals who report food and drug safety violations could receive a reward ranging from 1% to 6% of the value of the products involved—up to 300,000 yuan (about $50,000).

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Features: Produce Safety Rule Leaves Lingering Questions

Introduced nearly a year after it was first due, a new FSMA safety proposal regulating produce has already led to perhaps as many questions as answers.

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Features: Novel Disc-Based Assay Reliably Detects E. Coli in Ground Beef

A new disc-based polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay called GeneDisc reliably and reproducibly detects E. coli serotypes in ground beef, according to new research from the U.S. Department of Agriculture that was published in the December issue of Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.

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Features: Operations Resume at Peanut Plant Linked to Salmonella Outbreak

Sunland Inc., the New Mexico company whose peanut butter was linked to a 20-state Salmonella outbreak last fall, has resumed operations after a federal judge signed a consent agreement dictating conditions under which the company will be allowed to process or distribute its products.

Departments: The Salmonella Outbreak in Sushi: A One-Off or Something to Worry About?

Trust in food suppliers and simple product screening may go a long way in ensuring contaminated products don't reach consumers.

Features: OMB Confirms Food Safety as Key Priority in Obama Administration’s New Term

With Election 2012 in the rearview mirror, can everyone in the food supply chain—breeders and growers, processors and sellers, regulators and consumers—finally expect to see the long-awaited regulations needed to enforce the Food Safety Modernization Act?

Features: Congress Passes Food Safety Whistleblower Protections

New legislation designed to improve protections for whistleblowers employed by the federal government, including food safety inspectors, was passed by the U.S. Senate on November 13 and now awaits President Obama’s signature.

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Features: FDA Releases Free Online Risk Assessment Tool

The FDA has at last released iRISK, a free, online risk assessment tool for chemical and biological hazards to food safety. Under development for nearly 10 years, in partnership with Risk Sciences International of Ottawa, Canada, the tool’s design is based on input from an expert panel of the Institute of Food Technologists.

Features: Ballot Measure Mandating Labels for Genetically Modified Food Defeated in California

While most voters were following the presidential and U.S. Senate races on November 6, those interested in food safety were keeping a close eye on a ballot measure in California. Proposition 37, an initiative that would have mandated the labeling of most foods containing genetically modified ingredients, was soundly defeated, with 53% of initial votes rejecting the measure.

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