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Jennifer Allen, Zwillinger WulkanFood Labeling Requirements for Natural Flavors

By Jennifer Allen, Zwillinger Wulkan

As with all ingredients, natural flavors must be identified as such on your product’s ingredients panel. But under certain circumstances, they must also be identified more prominently on the principal display panel. Jennifer Allen, food attorney at Zwillinger Wulkan, explains U.S. food labeling requirements for natural flavors.


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FDA and Stop Foodborne Illness To Co-Host
“Food Safety Culture: Storytelling to Shape, Reinforce and Inspire”

By Food Safety Tech Staff

“Food Safety Culture: Storytelling to Shape, Reinforce, and Inspire” is the ninth webinar in the ongoing series Collaborating on Culture in the New Era of Smarter Food Safety.


Paul Bradley, TraceGainsAsk the Expert:
Five Steps for Success in Digitization and Technology Selection

By Paul Bradley, TraceGains

Food organizations are undertaking a wide variety of data-oriented technology initiatives and face a profusion of technology solutions vying for attention, nearly all promising new levels of insight and productivity. While the landscape is complex, there are five basic steps that teams can take to help ensure that their technology investments are set up for long-term success.

MilliporeSigma - 100 Liters of culture media in THIS bag. Really?

Nanoparticle-Based LFIA for Rapid Detection of E. Coli O157:H7

By Food Safety Tech Staff

A new dual-readout aggregation-induced emission nanoparticle-based lateral flow immunoassay (LFIA) was able detect E. coli O157:H7 earlier than quantum beads-LFIA and gold nanoparticle-LFIA when samples with low E. coli O157:H7 concentrations were cultured.

Food Safety Consortium
Call For Abstracts:
2024 Food Safety Consortium

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The Food Safety Consortium call for abstracts is now open.
The submission deadline is December 15, 2023.

High Pressure Processing Automation Improves Line Productivity,
While Reducing Food Risks

By Anthony Zapata, Hiperbaric

High pressure processing (HPP) is a nonthermal food preservation technology that extends shelf life while maintaining quality and safety. Automating the HPP process increases efficiency, reduces labor costs and injuries, and provides traceability and reliability. HPP automation is helping companies maximize productivity and meet consumer demand for high-quality, fresh products.

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