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Trish Wester, Association of Food Safety Auditing ProfessionalsFDA Announces Inspections Will Resume...Sort Of

By Trish Wester, Association of Food Safety Auditing Professionals

Domestic inspections will be preannounced, but it is not very clear how the agency will determine where they will conduct inspections first. And with COVID-19 surging in some states, it may not even be safe to send inspectors into facilities.

 

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Featured Articles

More than 500 Reported Ill, Red Onions Named in Salmonella Outbreak InvestigationMore than 500 Reported Ill, Red Onions Named in Salmonella Outbreak Investigation

By Food Safety Tech Staff

Thomson International is recalling all varieties of its onions as the company is named as the likely source of contamination.

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Daniel Erickson, ProcessProRecall Risk Reduction:
An ERP’s Role

By Daniel Erickson, ProcessPro

Many food manufacturers are discovering that ERP software plays a key role in lowering the risk of food and beverage product recalls.

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Prosecution Puts an End to Cash CowProsecution Puts an End
to Cash Cow

By Susanne Kuehne, Decernis

A food manufacturer has been fined for using sulfites in ground beef.

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Are Traasdahl, CrispHow a History of Slow Technology Adoption Across Food Supply Chains Nearly Broke Us

By Are Traasdahl, Crisp

Outdated technologies are preventing advancements and efficiencies in the food industry, resulting in the paradox of mounting food insecurity and food waste. By reviewing the slow history of technology adoption to-date, it is clear that opportunity exists to advance the pace of innovation to create more resilient food supply chains in the future.

2020 Food Safety Consortium Virtual Conference Series Early Bird Discount Expires August 7

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The event begins on September 3 and runs through December 17. Weekly episodes include food defense, food labs, pest management, sanitation, food fraud, listeria detection, mitigation & control, professional development, women in food safety, supply chain management, COVID-19’s impact and food safety culture.

In the Food Lab

Alex Kinne, Thermo Fisher ScientificEnsuring Food Safety in Meat Processing Through Foreign Object Detection

By Alex Kinne, Thermo Fisher Scientific

To increase levels of food safety and better protect brand reputation, food processors need detection technologies that can find much smaller metal foreign objects.

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Resource Centers are single topic focused micro-sites within FoodSafetyTech.com that are portals of food safety and quality news, articles, white papers, case histories and videos.

 
On-Demand Webinars

Instant Replay & Update: Is Your Plant COVID-19 Safe?Instant Replay & Update: Is Your Plant COVID-19 Safe?

The U.S. food industry is struggling to deal with the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the meat and poultry sector have been at the forefront of this issue. Using CDC and WHO Guidance, this webinar will provide practical tips on best practices to mitigate workplace exposure based on what is currently known about the COVID-19 virus. Recorded: July 14, 2020.

Food Safety & Environmental Monitoring in Food ProductionFood Safety & Environmental Monitoring in Food Production

This webinar will present a time saving, paperless, and cost-effective solution to manage an environmental monitoring program guided by ISO 22000. Attendees will learn how to identify critical control points for the testing process in food production laboratories and how implementing a LIMS can address food safety and quality industry trends and challenges. Recorded: May 19, 2020.

COVID-19 in the Food Industry: Mitigating and Preparing for Supply Chain DisruptionsCOVID-19 in the Food Industry:
Mitigating and Preparing for Supply Chain Disruptions

The COVID-19 pandemic has negatively affected consumers and businesses across the globe. As the virus is now spreading throughout American soil, the food industry is faced with mitigating the risk and minimizing the impact on business while ensuring that employees and consumers are protected. In the third webinar in this series, subject experts will discuss how to prepare for supply chain issues and disruptions. Recorded: April 24, 2020.

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