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The Food Safety Modernization Act and Global Food Safety Initiative audits make processors rethink their pest management programs.
Office of Management and Budget government reform outline calls for 32 agency consolidations or handoffs, including the 'Federal Food Safety Agency.'
20 years after Jack in the Box, veteran food safety attorney William Marler asks: 'How complex do we really need to make food?'
The National Center for Food Safety and Technology (NCFST), Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT), presented its 2009 NCFST Food Safety Award to Paul A. Hall, PhD, president and COO of AIV Microbiology & Food Safety Consultants LLC, at the consortiums semi-annual meeting in March.
Tougher and more stringent independent audits are an important tool in upgrading food-safety systems worldwide, but they are no panacea for the issues industry faces.
A timely proliferation of cleaning and disinfecting tools helps food and beverage companies raise their games in preventing food-safety risks.
On obesity, food safety, 'questionable' ingredients, the industry can do a better job of tactfully defending itself; the key is transparency.
For more than a century, food processors have been required to ensure the safety of their products. Events of the recent past have elevated that responsibility from the shadows of quality assurance to a major focus.
Considered a win for consumers, the new law will have varying effects on food and beverage processors.
As more consumers want transparency with their food ingredients, the food and beverage industry must wrestle with what that means for the supply chain and the costs passed back on to consumers.
NSF International announced the 2009 recipients of the sixth annual Food Safety Leadership Awards.
Advancements in Food Safety Education: Tools, Trends and Technologies will take place in late March
Food Processing's News And Trends Editor takes on food safety and new food products at Thaifex 2009.
How malfunctioning packages and the supply chain - things you might think are out of your control - can greatly impact the safety of your products.
David Acheson, former FDA associate commissioner for foods, says the issues of 2018 will carry into the new year.
In this electronic handbook, we bring you the regulatory outlook for 2013, along with case histories and whitepapers that explain new technologies and new approaches to keeping the food you make as safe as possible.
Annual Awards Program Recognizes Outstanding Leadership in Foodservice Safety
Listeria expert EBI Food Safety announced it has established a partnership with US distributor WTI to market its unique, award-winning anti-Listeria bacteriophage LISTEX to North American meat and poultry customers.
The International Food Information Council announced the launch of the International Center of Excellence in Food Risk Communication which will provide government officials, health professionals, academicians, food producers, the public, and others with resources to better communicate and ...
Experts advise a comprehensive approach to metal detection for keeping solid, foreign material out of foods.
The National Center for Food Safety and Technology and Illinois Institute of Technology presented their 2010 NCFST Award to Daniel G. Brown, a 37-year veteran of Hormel Foods Corp.
"Safety" comes in many forms, from track-and-trace products to protective gear and from signage to immunoassays
How a food processing company responds to a product contamination or recall crisis within the first 24 hours can define itself to its customers and consumers. A crisis communications manager explains how advance planning can make a difference.
It will be a long time before what Im calling "the China Syndrome" ceases to be a newsworthy issue in food processing.
Former FDA associate commissioner for foods looks back at 'swab-a-thons,' FSMA, GFSI and politics.