Food Safety Consortium - October 19-21 - The Hilton, Parsippany, New Jersey

Margaret Vieth, NeogenOptimizing Environmental Monitoring Programs

By Margaret Vieth, Neogen

In recent decades, the food manufacturing industry has seen a regulatory shift toward environmental monitoring testing. At the same time, it has been difficult for producers to build out environmental monitoring programs due to a lack of detailed regulatory guidance. Following are five strategies to help food producers develop more efficient and effective environmental monitoring programs.

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FDA Links Listeria Monocytogenes Outbreak to Old Europe Brie and Camembert Soft Cheese ProductsFDA Links Listeria Monocytogenes Outbreak to
Old Europe Brie and Camembert Soft Cheese Products

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The FDA advises consumers and retailers to not eat, sell or serve recalled Brie and Camembert soft cheese products from Old Europe Cheese, Inc. The products have been linked to a Listeria monocytogenes outbreak at the company’s Benton Harbor, Michigan facility.

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Steve Knuth, T&D U.S.The Role of Temperature Monitoring and Reporting
Technology in Food Safety

By Steve Knuth, T&D U.S.

The No.1 priority for food manufacturers is ensuring their products reach customers in a healthy and safely consumable state. One of the key factors in ensuring safety is maintaining proper temperature in storage and transportation. Connected data loggers are cost-effective technology options that can save thousands of dollars and hours of hassle by alerting users to temperature issues before the only safe course of action becomes product disposal.


10th Annual Food Safety Consortium
Addressing Today’s Food Safety Challenges:
10th Annual Food Safety Consortium Brings Networking,
Discussion and Education to New Jersey

By Food Safety Tech Staff

Now in its 10th year, the 2022 Food Safety Consortium will bring together mid-to-senior level food safety and quality professionals for discussion, education and networking opportunities. The event takes place October 19-21 in Parsippany, New Jersey.



Hardy Diagnostics and Saldesia CorporationFood Hazard Series: Listeria

Sponsored By Hardy Diagnostics and Saldesia Corporation

Listeria has high percentage of fatalities, making detection and mitigation a key concern for the food industry. During this virtual event, experts including food specialist Ryan Dunn, attorney Shawn Stevens and Janet Buffer of the Center for Foodborne Illness for Research and Prevention discuss tangible best practices in listeria detection, mitigation and control.

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Learn more about Legionella testing offered by Columbia Laboratories

FDAFDA and CDC Sign MOU for Enhanced Collaboration
To Reduce Foodborne Illness

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The FDA and CDC signed a memorandum of understanding designed to help increase the consistency and capacity of retail food protection programs across the country, promote a general culture of food safety and facilitate continued communication between the FDA and CDC to assist state, tribal, local, territorial (SLTL) and industry partners.

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