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Volume 7 Issue No. 02

Compliance Food Labs Food Manufacturing Foodservice & Retail FSMA GFSI Sustainability Training Calendar
Featured Articles

Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-ChiefFSMA:
What Does 'Qualified' Mean?

By Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief

An explanation of how the term is used in the preventive controls and sanitary transportation rules.

FDAFDA Issues Guidance on FSMA Enforcement Discretions

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The agency is giving more time to consider changes related to certain provisions.

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Megan Ray NicholsBlockchain Improves Visibility In the Food Supply Chain

By Megan Ray Nichols, Contributing Writer

An evolution is coming.


Consumer Reports Urges Public to Avoid Romaine LettuceConsumer Reports Urges Public to Avoid Romaine Lettuce,
CDC Says Otherwise

By Food Safety Tech Staff

An E.coli outbreak in Canada has been traced to romaine lettuce, but the CDC cannot confirm the source of the outbreak in the United States.

Status and Outlook of Food Labeling ProposalsStatus and Outlook of Food Labeling Proposals

By Brian Ronholm and Karen Ellis Carr, Arent Fox

A number of changes to labeling rules are coming, including bioengineered food disclosures and simplifying date labels.


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