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Food Safety Attorney

Jennifer Allen, Zwillinger WulkanProtecting the Nation’s Tiniest Consumers

By Jennifer Allen, Zwillinger Wulkan

Both the U.S. Congress and the FDA are working to expand regulation of foods for infants and young children, with a specific focus on heavy metals in foods intended for those under 36 months.


2023 Food Safety Consortium | October 16-18, 2023 | Parsippany, New Jersey

Featured Articles

Charles GiambroneDetection, Remediation and Control of Biofilms

By Food Safety Tech Staff

Knowing where biofilms are most likely to form as well as the steps to thoroughly removing them from surfaces can reduce the risk of food contamination and prolong the life of your equipment.


Food Safety Tech Hazards Series:
Physical and Chemical Risks

Sponsored By Columbia Laboratories and
Mérieux NutriSciences Corporation

Regulators, and members of industry and academia cover the key chemical and physical hazards facing the food industry and how to prevent and detect contamination in your supply chain and manufacturing facilities. Presenters include Wendy White, Georgia Institute of Technology; NSF’s Geoff Farrell; Jessica Cox and Carole Brevett of the DHS Chemical Security Analysis Center; Steven Gendel, Ph.D.; and Bill South, Ph.D., of the FDA CFSAN.

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FDAFDA Releases Small Entity Compliance Guide for the
Food Traceability Rule

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The compliance guide describes the requirements of the Food Traceability regulation to assist small entities, including farms and small businesses, in complying with the applicable recordkeeping requirements.

Pratibha Pillalamarri, AspenTechQuick-Win Strategies To Propel Digital Transformation
in Food Production Safety

By Pratibha Pillalamarri, AspenTech

Amid rapidly changing business environments and consumer needs, food and beverage manufacturers are facing pressure to balance product safety, sustainability and profitability. Digital transformation that prioritizes data insights and the elimination of data silos can help meet these challenges. Following are ‘quick-win’ strategies that companies can pursue on their digitalization journey that will help them see value quickly throughout their manufacturing cycle.

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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