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Volume 6 Issue No. 34

Compliance Food Labs Food Manufacturing Foodservice & Retail FSMA GFSI Sustainability

USP - Protect Your Brand - Combat Food Fraud

Featured Articles

Former FDA Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine Michael Taylor Food Safety Over Past 25 Years:
‘Everything Has Changed’

By Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief

Former FDA Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine Michael Taylor reflects on industry’s progress and what the future holds.

FST Soapbox

Erin Mann, MPH, Food Protection and Defense InstituteTargeting Agent Detection with Horizon Scanning of Food System Disruptions

By Erin Mann,
MPH, Food Protection and Defense Institute

The technology can help companies monitor and identify risk factors and adverse food events.


USDASouth Korea Ends Ban
of U.S. Poultry

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The United States has assured the World Organization for Animal Health that its poultry is free of highly pathogenic avian influenza.

FST Soapbox

Randy Fields, Park City Group and RepositrakUpdate: Non-FSMA Food Safety Litigation

By Randy Fields, Park City Group
and Repositrak

Foodborne illness outbreaks, labeling claims, GMO issues and other factors are placing increased responsibility on companies.

SproutsFDA Releases Sampling Report on Sprout Contamination

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The study also helped detect and halt an outbreak of Listeriosis linked to sprouts.


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FoodSafetyConsortium - November 28 - December 1, 2017 - Schaumburg, IL
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