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Baldor and Food Processing Partner on Food Safety Webcasts

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The interactive events focus on safety in food and beverage plants.

USDA Finalizes Food Safety Standards for Poultry

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The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service says it has finalized standards to reduce salmonella and campylobacter in chicken and turkey, and is updating testing procedures.

Cargill Arkansas Plant Resumes Ground Turkey Production

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Top 100 Food Processor Cargill recently resumed ground turkey production at its plant in Springdale, Arkansas after the Centers for Disease Control had detected a number of salmonella-related illnesses.

ConAgra to renovate peanut butter plant, enhance safety measures

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ConAgra Foods, Inc. announced the measures it will take to reopen its Sylvester, Ga., plant, where its recalled peanut butter products were produced.

IBM, Mars to Improve Food Safety by Cataloging Food Bacteria

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To advance global food safety, scientists from IBM Research and Mars Inc. are tracking food’s microbiome to improve safety and productivity.

Fire at MillerCoors' Milwaukee Packaging Plant

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A fire at the MillerCoors' packaging plant in Milwaukee on Dec. 14 may have been triggered by a holiday light display.

Robert E. Brackett Named Director of the National Center for Food Safety and ...

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Robert E. Brackett, Ph.D. has been named by President John Anderson as the new director and vice president of the National Center for Food Safety and Technology at Illinois Institute of Technology.

Natural gas causes ConAgra plant explosion

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Three workers died and more than 40 were injured on June 9 when an explosion caused a roof collapse at the plant in Garner, NC

Dakota Provisions opens new turkey plant

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Dakota Provisions, a farmers' cooperative, is celebrating the grand opening of its new state-of-the-art turkey processing plant in Huron, S.D., on Saturday, Apr. 22.

FDA issues guidance to help keep allergens, toxins out of food and feed supply

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) on June 21 issued guidance to industry to help prevent the inadvertent introduction of allergens or toxins into the United States food and feed supply. This guidance is focused on resolving any potential food safety issues prior to possible inadvertent ...

Nestlé auditors recommended against business with Peanut Corp. of America

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Nestlé decided against doing business with Peanut Corp. of America after its inspectors found unsanitary conditions at two processing plants.

Midwest flooding shuts food processing plants

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At least four food processing plants have been forced to shut down or curtail operations in the wake of the disastrous Midwest flood, the worst the region has seen in 15 years. The closures have disrupted supplies of a range of food ingredients and retail food products.

ConAgra's New Lamb Weston Plant Earns LEED Platinum

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A first worldwide for a large-scale frozen food manufacturing plant.

GFSI Launches First Awards Program

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The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) announces a food safety award program launched ahead of February's Global Food Safety Conference in Houston.

FDA Finalizes FSMA Rules for Preventive Controls

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At long last, the FDA finalized the first two of seven major rules required by Congress under the Food Safety Modernization Act.

Tyson (and Food Processing’s) Jim Rice testifies before Congress on China

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James Rice, a vice president and China country manager for Tyson Foods Inc., as well as a member of Food Processing’s Editorial Advisory Board, testified before a Congressional subcommittee Oct. 11 on the safety of food being imported from China.

Dole ups plant sanitation measures

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Dole Food Company stepped up testing and tracking of produce to prevent outbreaks of E.coli like the one that sickened hundreds last fall, the firm said.

FDA Discovers Positive Listeria Tests at Blue Bell Facilities

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Agency inspections find problems at the Oklahoma plant dating to 2013.

Cargill piloting video system to audit food safety

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Remote video auditing will be used to review the stages in the process where workers clean and sanitize their knives and other pieces of equipment.

Coke, Cargill name new sweetener Truvia

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Officials from Cargill Inc. and Coca-Cola Co. held a joint web conference May 15 to announce the electronic publication of peer-reviewed research that confirms the safety of their jointly developed zero-calorie sweetener, rebiana, which comes from the South American-native stevia plant.

Focus on food safety from farm to fork opens opportunities for ...

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The food industry’s efforts to maintain the integrity of the nation’s food supply and allay consumer concerns have helped to drive the overall market for cleaning and sanitizing chemicals used in food processing to nearly $1 billion in 2005.

Maple Leaf Unveils Plans for $660 Million Poultry Plant

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London, Ontario, facility is expected on line in 2021.

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