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RecallQ3 Food and Beverage FDA Recalls Up 34% Over Q2, USDA Recalls at Record Low

By Food Safety Tech Staff

Although FDA recalls are up, these levels are considered normal and a result of the agency fully returning to regulatory activities in the face of the pandemic.



Decernis - Food Regulation Questions? Food Labeling Queries?

Featured Articles

Women in Food Safety

Melody Ge, CorviumThe Career Journey:
Networking, Mentorship
and the Balance

By Melody Ge, Corvium

During a recent session of the Food Safety Consortium Virtual Conference Series, we got together to share our stories about career successes and the practical advice on how we can reach our goals.

2020 FSC Episode 12 Preview:Professional Development and Women in Food Safety
Food Safety Culture

By Food Safety Tech Staff

One of the key challenges food safety professionals face is how to communicate the importance of culture to the C-suite.

Food Fraud Quick Bites

Things Do Not Get Better With SageThings Do Not Get Better
With Sage

By Susanne Kuehne, Decernis

A large number of sage samples was found to be adulterated.

Out of Sight, Out of Mind?‘Out of Sight, Out of Mind?’
Researchers Explore Produce Distribution Centers as
Contamination Sources

By Food Safety Tech Staff

The Center for Produce Safety is funding a study that examines the environmental microbial risks linked with vented produce in distribution centers.

FST Soapbox

Stephen Dombroski, QAD8 Reasons Sustainability is Critical in Food and Beverage Manufacturing

By Stephen Dombroski, QAD

In light of the many disruptors in the food and beverage industry and most recently, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, sustainability is now front-page news.

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2020 Food Safety Consortium

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

Controlant - Prepare for the New Era of Smarter Food Safety

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New Sanitation System Fills the Gaps in Traditional ATP Testing MethodsNew Sanitation System Fills the Gaps in Traditional ATP Testing Methods

ATP is the most widely used sanitation indicator test, but ATP is unstable and rapidly decomposes. This means conventional systems that test for ATP alone may miss bacteria and pathogens. New technology is now available to detect this hidden contamination.

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Upcoming Events & Webinars

DecDecember 3, 2020 - 12pm - 3pm EST
Food Safety Culture Episode of the Food Safety Consortium Virtual Conference

On-Demand Webinars

Getting Ahead of the Latest FDA MandateGetting Ahead of the Latest FDA Mandate:
How LIMS Enables Compliance with ISO 17025

This webinar discusses the ISO 17025 standard and describe how a Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS) can support quality management and lab operations including resources, sample plans, equipment calibrations, reporting and non-conformances. Recorded: September 24, 2020. Operations:
Places Pests Slide Into Your Facility Unnoticed

While no two facilities are exactly alike, what they have in common are the main ingredients for a potential pest problem: food, water and shelter. Board certified entomologist and Orkin Technical Services Manager Frank Meek discusses Integrated Pest Management (IPM) tactics for each of your facility’s pest hot spots. Recorded: July 29, 2020.

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.

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