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New Directions for the Global Food Safety Partnership
New Directions for the Global Food Safety Partnership

Food safety capacity development requires synergistic investments from both public and private partners to enhance opportunities for collaboration.

National Security Can Begin in the Chicken House and the Processing Plant
National Security Can Begin in the Chicken House and the Processing Plant

Food corporations must consider the evolving security environment as their first priority to safeguard the brand integrity and bottom line of their businesses.

Food Defense in the Age of Domestic Terrorism
Food Defense in the Age of Domestic Terrorism

A look at how domestic terrorism may impact food safety and food security…are we overlooking the obvious?

 

Process Water: Going Green Doesn’t Mean Less Safe
Process Water: Going Green Doesn’t Mean Less Safe

Nestlé S.A., which has operations in 197 countries with 339,000 employees, has expanded its dairy factory in Jalisco, Mexico, transforming it into the company’s first “zero water” manufacturing site in the world.

HACCP Issues and Impacts
HACCP Issues and Impacts

Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) was originally developed based on several key program types.

Understanding the Difference
Understanding the Difference

The basic goal of toxicology is to elucidate the magnitude of the expression of a particular hazard along the continuum of exposure.

Crisis Management: Protecting Your Brand against Adverse FDA Publicity
Crisis Management: Protecting Your Brand against Adverse FDA Publicity

Do you know how to safeguard your company from being blindsided by public warnings issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) about your product? Preparation is the key.

Learning from Chipotle: Ensuring Food Safety at All Levels
Learning from Chipotle: Ensuring Food Safety at All Levels

We can all take a page from the Chipotle playbook in responding to a foodborne illness outbreak.

Understanding the Differences between Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment
Understanding the Differences between Hazard Analysis and Risk Assessment

Hazard Analysis and risk assessment are not the same; should they be kept separate?

Supplier Certification: A Matter of Risk Assessment and Resources
Supplier Certification: A Matter of Risk Assessment and Resources

Regardless of the size of any food manufacturer, there will be a need to source, approve and maintain ingredient suppliers.

Q3 Food Recalls: Undeclared Allergens Still Dominate
Q3 Food Recalls: Undeclared Allergens Still Dominate

Food Safety Magazine has monitored food recalls issued for the third consecutive quarter.

Staying One Step Ahead of Food Fraudsters
Staying One Step Ahead of Food Fraudsters

Food companies must know with whom they and their direct supply partners are dealing. Good business practices require this. Know how to protect your brand and reputation.

Who Comes Out on Top? Food Safety vs. Individual Rights
Who Comes Out on Top? Food Safety vs. Individual Rights

Just how far can a food company go to protect itself in the name of food safety? Not as far as you may think.

What’s on the Minds of Food and Beverage Company Executives?
What’s on the Minds of Food and Beverage Company Executives?

Product safety, brand reputation, data security and growth priorities are forefront in food company decision making.

Benefits of Food Traceability
Benefits of Food Traceability

There are numerous reasons why every stakeholder in the global food supply needs to be thinking about traceability and why it’s important to them.

 

Undeclared Milk: Q2’s Most Common Food Allergen
Undeclared Milk: Q2’s Most Common Food Allergen

For the second time this year, Food Safety Magazine has tracked food recalls announced by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) from April 1, 2015 through June 30, 2015.

GMP Training: How Do You Measure Up?
GMP Training: How Do You Measure Up?

Many food manufacturers spend a tremendous amount of time developing and delivering training, but if competencies are not gained, how do we know that this money was well spent?

Investing in Food Safety Capacity Building Is a Sound Business Decision
Investing in Food Safety Capacity Building Is a Sound Business Decision

The Global Food Safety Partnership, a public-private partnership focused on harnessing investments, skills and knowledge for greater impact in food safety, is now more relevant than ever.

FSM Scoop: Raw Sprouts
FSM Scoop: Raw Sprouts

An overview of how raw sprouts--a popular superfood--have been the source of recalls for the last 20 years.

Food Recalls from the Perspective of the Retailer
Food Recalls from the Perspective of the Retailer

Retailers are facing increased responsibility for food recalls of products they sell…and may be held liable for failure to initiate their own recall plan in a timely manner.

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