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The following list is a collection of all articles in the Management category. To refine your list, select from the subcategories provided in the navigation bar and here for your convenience: Best Practices, Case Studies, Food Defense, International, Recall/Crisis Management, Risk Assessment, Training

Food Safety and Language Barriers on the Food Processing Line
Food Safety and Language Barriers on the Food Processing Line

Employee attitudes toward specific behaviors have been identified as predictors for overall employee behaviors and food safety.

Planning for a Recall
Planning for a Recall

No word strikes more fear in the hearts of individuals in the food industry than “recall.” Advance planning for recalls can save lives and can make the difference in the survival of your company.

 

World-Class Food Safety in Foodservice
World-Class Food Safety in Foodservice

What exactly makes a foodservice company best-in-class or world-class in food safety?

 

The Blame Game: Supply Chain Indemnity Agreements
The Blame Game: Supply Chain Indemnity Agreements

The food product industry faces an escalating barrage of lawsuits—both for alleged mislabeling and for safety violations.

 

Improving Food Safety in Asia Pacific
Improving Food Safety in Asia Pacific

Food and waterborne pathogens are one of the leading causes of illnesses and death in developing economies. See what progress is being made in Asia.

It’s Time to Take Stock of Your Food Company’s FDA Registration
It’s Time to Take Stock of Your Food Company’s FDA Registration

Registration allows the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to respond quickly and efficiently to food-safety related issues and incidents. Is your company in compliance?

Leading Food Safety Collaborative Steps Up Services to Health Educators
Leading Food Safety Collaborative Steps Up Services to Health Educators

A partnership of industry, government and consumer groups is working together to ensure that consumers have free access to evidence-based, actionable educational messages and resources.

The Need for Foodservice Employee Allergen Training
The Need for Foodservice Employee Allergen Training

Food allergy and gluten-free training is an important component of any foodservice operation.

Traceback Investigations: Mapping the Maze
Traceback Investigations: Mapping the Maze

Tracebacks are painstaking efforts that require investigators to be both detectives and scientists.

Traceability Is Not a Substitute for Transparency in the Recipe for Food Company Success
Traceability Is Not a Substitute for Transparency in the Recipe for Food Company Success

Traceability is designed to help food companies manage relationships, safeguard their food supply chains and protect their brands. But any supply relationship is fraught with risk. The answer? Transparency.

Encourage Reporting of Suspected Foodborne Illness
Encourage Reporting of Suspected Foodborne Illness

What is broken in the chain that allows a suspected foodborne illness event to be neglected and become an epidemic? Restaurant patrons should be encouraged to report suspected cases of foodborne illness in a timely fashion.

Traceback Litigation: Epidemiological Point/Counter-Point
Traceback Litigation: Epidemiological Point/Counter-Point

Traceback litigation usually follows one of two events—a recall or consumer-launched lawsuit. Can you guess how these epidemiological cases played out?

 

Energy Drinks: The Management of Risk in the Twilight Zone
Energy Drinks: The Management of Risk in the Twilight Zone

A close look at what energy drink and supplement manufacturers should do when they find themselves in the “Twilight Zone”—a period after initial allegations have been made but before definitive health hazards have been definitely shown.

FDA Seeks Industry Input on How to Facilitate Consumer Notification of Adulterated Foods
FDA Seeks Industry Input on How to Facilitate Consumer Notification of Adulterated Foods

What precisely should be reported in order to make the Reportable Food Registry effective in protecting consumers? The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants your input. To that end, it has extended until August 18, 2014, the period for submitting comments on the proposed rulemaking.

Food Industry Problem Solving in Real Time
Food Industry Problem Solving in Real Time

To solve a problem in the food plant—whether it is complex or routine—you must first select the right tool for the job. Learn how to find the right approach for your company.

 

Leveraging Ethnography to Improve Food Safety
Leveraging Ethnography to Improve Food Safety

Applied ethnography, when properly employed, gives us an unbiased and comprehensive understanding of current food safety practices.

What Food Professionals Can Learn From GM about Internal Safety Communications
What Food Professionals Can Learn From GM about Internal Safety Communications

In the food industry, as in the automotive industry, internal vigilance for product safety is imperative: The lives and health of customers depend on it. What else can we learn?

 

Targeting Executives of Food and Beverage Companies and Transporters
Targeting Executives of Food and Beverage Companies and Transporters

The federal government has recently trained its most potent weapon—criminal prosecution—on the food and beverage industry. Learn how to minimize the risk to your company.

Asking Better Questions to Move Food Safety Forward
Asking Better Questions to Move Food Safety Forward

Structuring good questions to solve food safety issues requires discipline and a process to enable employees to find useful information and formulate the best solutions.

Food Safety Training and Education
Food Safety Training and Education

Training and education are the stepping stones to food safety; they link theory to practice. This article looks at the planning, design and implementation of education and training programs in food safety management.

 

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