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Allison Kopf is the founder and CEO of ArtemisHow Technologies for Cultivation Management Help Growers Avoid Food Safety Issues

By Maria Fontanazza, Editor-in-Chief

Food contamination remains a big issue within the agriculture industry. Here’s how technology can help.


ANAB - Trusted Accreditation for ISO/IEC 17025 Food Testing Labs

Featured Articles

Ryan Smith, PerkinElmerFood Fraud and Adulteration Detection Using FTIR Spectroscopy

By Ryan Smith, Ph.D., PerkinElmer

A review of why Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy is an excellent first line of defense.

Food Fraud Quick Bites

Karen Everstine, Ph.D., DecernisPublic Food Standards

By Karen Everstine, Ph.D., Decernis and Steven M. Gendel, Ph.D., USP

What are they and how do they counter food fraud?

Lessons Learned from Intentional Adulteration Vulnerability AssessmentsLessons Learned from Intentional Adulteration Vulnerability Assessments
(Part I)

By Frank Pisciotta and Spence Lane,
Business Protection Specialists, Inc.

After conducting more than 30 food defense vulnerability and risk assessments in accordance with the FSMA Intentional Adulteration rule, here’s what we learned.

FST Soapbox

Megan Ray Nichols, Contributing WriterHow Will AR and VR Improve Safety in the Food Industry?

By Megan Ray Nichols,
Contributing Writer

Augmented reality and virtual reality technologies are becoming valuable allies in the quest for improved product, worker and customer safety.

Q3 Hazard Beat: Fruits & VegetablesQ3 Hazard Beat:
Fruits & Vegetables

By Food Safety Tech Staff

Pesticides and aflatoxins are the common thread.


FST Soapbox

David Hatch, CorviumA Digital Approach to Environmental Monitoring: Let’s Get Proactive!

By David Hatch, Corvium

Food companies should embrace the move to digital technologies. If not, the risk to their business and consumers may suffer.

Jeremy Schneider, ControlantUsing Technology for Traceability Adds Dimension to Supply Chain, Promises ROI

By Maria Fontanazza

Jeremy Schneider of Controlant reviews some of the issues with supply chain monitoring, recalls and traceability, and the importance of technology with real-time capabilities.


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