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- The ISIS Files and Belgium: Food Industry Implications
How can you safeguard infrastructure targets like the food supply from targeted terrorism? The threat is real.
- Industrial Chemical Systems Threat Mitigation—An Important Element in Food Defense
Food personnel safety and security plans are not stand-alone efforts, unconnected to the business practices that make for company success, they must be firmly integrated into the company’s food safety culture.
- A New Partnership with Canada on Food Safety
FDA outlines its partnership with Canada aimed at benefiting consumers on both sides of the border.
- Produce in Multiple Ann Arbor Grocery Stores Targeted by Man Spraying Mouse Poison
Do we have a vulnerable food supply? What should our response be?
- Power Outage Shows Hacker Threats Are a Real Threat to the Food Industry
What are the implications of breaches in cybersecurity for the food industry? Knowing the targets is key.
- Is Terrorism a Threat to the U.S. Food Industry?
Are global food supplies at risk in this age of terrorism? You be the judge.
- Book Review: Genetic Modification and Food Quality: A Down to Earth Analysis
Huub Lelieveld, a co-chair on Food Safety Magazine's Editorial Advisory Board, reviews a new food safety book written by Robert Blair and Joe M. Regenstein.
- Blue Bell and the Very Real Impact of the Food Safety Modernization Act
Could the deadly outbreak of illnesses tied to contaminated ice cream have been prevented?
- FSMA: The Future Is Now
FDA is holding the “FDA Food Safety Modernization Act Public Meeting: Focus on Implementation Strategy for Prevention-Oriented Food Safety Standards.”
- World Health Day 2015: A Global Focus on Food Safety
Food safety is a public health issue that affects all nations – from the most advanced to the most poor. World Health Day, observed on April 7 each year to mark the anniversary of the 1948 founding of the World Health Organization (WHO), gives us an opportunity to reflect on the progress that has been made to address the need for strong food safety systems, and on the enormous challenges that lie ahead.
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