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FoodSafetyTech

Volume 6 Issue No. 36

Compliance Food Labs Food Manufacturing Foodservice & Retail FSMA GFSI Sustainability


SafetyChain - What keeps you up at night? 2017 Food Safety & Quality Operations Survey

Featured Articles

Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-ChiefPathogens Drive More Than Half of $12 Billion Global Food Safety Testing Market

Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief

Nano-based technologies for rapid pathogen testing are drawing interest.

Food Genomics

Greg Siragusa, EurofinsDouglas Marshall, EurofinsGenomeTrakr:
What Do You Know and
What Should You Know?

By Gregory Siragusa and
Douglas Marshall, Ph.D., Eurofins

FDA’s Eric Brown, Ph.D. and Marc Allard, Ph.D. explain in detail how FDA’s program for characterizing foodborne pathogens works in a two-part column.

FSMA IQ TestFSMA IQ Test Part I:
Foreign Supplier Verification Program

By Food Safety Tech Staff

How well do you understand the FSMA FSVP Rule? Take the test and find out. Results will be posted on our website tomorrow!

 
 

FSMAFDA Releases Chapter 6 of Draft Guidance for PC Rule

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The draft explains how food facilities can establish and implement a heat treatment to prevent contamination.

 

Sponsored Content

FoodLogiQFoodLogiQ Launches API Platform to Centralize IoT, Data

The company is positioning itself as a centralized technology hub for the food supply chain.

 

IFT - Chicago SectionEnhancing Education, Chicago Section of IFT and Innovative Publishing Enter Event Agreement

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The partnership will facilitate collaboration among food safety and science professionals through CSIFT’s Supplier Night and IPC’s 2017 Food Safety Consortium.

 

Sponsored Content

FoodLogiQ - Foster Customer Loyalty Through TransparencyFoster Customer Loyalty Through Transparency

The shift in the public’s interest in ingredients and labeling has moved from the latest trend to a full cultural shift. This information is becoming increasingly mandatory, not just because of FSMA and regulations but because customers are demanding it. Forward thinking companies are responding by making traceability and transparency part of their strategic business initiatives. Learn what 2,000+ U.S. consumers expect from your food safety and prevention efforts and use it to your advantage.
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Sponsored Resources

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DNV-GLWebinar: Trends in Food Supply Chain Management

Integrating safety, sustainability and quality

Join us for a webinar on September 14 at 1:00 EDT: Obtaining food safety certification isn’t just about protecting consumers, food service providers and retailers. It’s also about protecting the producers themselves. Explore the latest trends in the food supply chain management, integrating safety, sustainability and quality, with LeAnn Chuboff, Senior Technology Director for SQFI. Brought to you by DNV GL, a leading global certification body for the food and beverage industry.

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Food Recalls Are on the Rise. Are You Ready?

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Stericycle - Protect What MattersA recall is one of the biggest challenges a food company can face. More and more companies have felt the impact in recent years. Consider this:

  • FDA food recalls increased by nearly 33% from 2011 to 2016. USDA recalls went up 16%.
  • The number of units recalled during this time grew even more – by 182% for FDA food units and nearly 46% for USDA recalled pounds.

It could happen to any company at any time. A test may come back positive for bacterial contamination. A supplier could send a notification that a major allergen wasn’t declared properly. A consumer could report finding a foreign material in the product. These moments are not the time companies should figure out what to do. A serious safety issue requires rapid response, and that means being prepared. Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS can help you create a robust plan that can be put into action at a moment’s notice, and we can test that plan with a mock recall to ensure there are no gaps when a crisis hits.


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