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Volume 6 Issue No. 49

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Featured Articles

FDA’s Stephen Ostroff, M.D.FDA’s Ostroff Says Foodborne Illness Still Resistant to Change

By Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief

But it’s not all bad news. Better technology has improved detection.

2017 Food Safety ConsortiumDiscussing Key Issues:
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Safety Consortium

By Food Safety Tech Staff

Attendees and industry leaders came together to talk strategy and learn about the latest developments in food safety.


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Matrix SciencesMatrix Sciences Acquires Neumann Risk Services

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Jordan Anderson, PAR Technology Corp.How the IoT Influences Restaurant Food Safety & Management

By Jordan Anderson, PAR Technology Corp.

Probes, infrared tech and RFID scanners allow temperature monitoring from farm-to-fork.


 Scott MahlochU.S. Food System Continues to Be Soft Target for Terrorism

By Maria Fontanazza

The FBI is educating the food industry about ways to keep their facilities secure from attacks.

Cara Pahoyo, 360training.com5 Burning Questions About The Rise In Foodborne Illness

By Cara Pahoyo,

What can we do to stop the spread of foodborne illness and why is it on the rise?


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RepositrakComplying with FSMA’s Preventive Controls as a Small Business

On September 18, 2017, small businesses (fewer than 500 full-time employees) are now required to comply with FSMA’s Preventive Controls for Human Food. As a small business, you have limited resources and budget to meet all Preventive Controls requirements. In our most recent webinar, food safety consultant and lawyer Shawn Stevens reviewed best practices for meeting requirements for preventive controls and tools that will help you meet those compliance requirements.

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