A paradigm shift in stakeholder communication and partnering is creating a food safety culture that should have a positive impact on reducing risk factors for food contamination events.
There is work to do to help the public understand livestock production and the practices associated with it.
Shipping and receiving are integral parts of all food processing and warehousing operations, both large and small.
What has the industry been doing over the past 30 years to make meat safer?
Part two of a series covering the application limitations of HACCP and what can be done by the food industry to address these limitations and the controversies surrounding them.
The contamination and/or growth of pathogenic bacteria in acidic food products, fruit juices and fruit-based drinks is of great concern.
A large number of studies have examined the relationships between various manufacturing practices and the impact of such practices on food safety.
If all aspects of the food industry can agree that food safety is not a competitive advantage, then leveraging food safety data in a collaborative environment will improve operations.
Clearly identifying and categorizing potential hazards is key to producing a useful hazard analysis.
Microbiological cross-contamination has been a contributing factor to several well-documented outbreaks of foodborne illness.
Managing risk is part of managing both food safety and quality in the production of poultry.