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An integrated pest management program will help your plant make safe foods and beverages.
A warm place to rest and all the food and drink desired describes the appeal of all-inclusive resorts for people -- and food processing facilities for insects and other pests.
Cameras, smart devices and other digital/electronic equipment can enhance a pest-management program.
Chemicals and other remedies may be effective in temporarily resolving a food plant’s pest infestation, but the right materials for keeping critters out in the first place is a wiser approach.
Greater involvement by plant personnel can result in best-in-class pest management.
By considering the impact on pest prevention in other decision-making, food professionals can pick up the slack from time-stressed service technicians.
Accurate, comprehensive record-keeping is as much a part of a pest management program as setting traps.
Winter's coming, along with new pests, paperwork and an EPA rule that lets mice get closer to your doorstep.
New documentation requirements add to the argument for managed, integrated approach.
A food illness outbreak may not shut down a plant, but woe to the processor who fails to maintain a rigorous pest control program.
Infestations demand pesticides, but routine fumigation is becoming a thing of the past in food and beverage plants.
Wellness Foods' readers have answered the challenge and made their choices. We present our third annual Readers Choice Awards for the best suppliers of nutritional ingredients.
American custom still puts animal protein at the center of the dinner plate. But some processors worry how they'll keep it there in the future.
The Food Safety Modernization Act and Global Food Safety Initiative audits make processors rethink their pest management programs.