Under the final Sanitary Transportation rule, primary responsibility for nearly all safety risks during transportation falls to the shipper. Do you know the extent of your responsibility?
Rules for the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food still represent a significant and comprehensive change to how food will reach consumers.
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.
The domestic waterborne transportation industry consists of a broad range of passenger vessels that affects food safety.
Refrigerated, perishable products offer a unique level of complexity since there is no singular technology to assure product safety for the broad spectrum of products that exist.
Food safety and defense transportation programs (possibly integrated) must be developed and implemented
Environmental Listeria sampling is popular among food manufacturers because it greatly reduces the time and cost associated with end-product testing for the pathogen.
Everyone in the food chain needs to take a larger role in the direction of our food safety practices and help shape where we are headed.
Customers should be aware of the food safety differences between distributors, especially in a down economy when many are making choices based on price.
The dairy industry presents unique challenges to addressing food protection, particularly in the area of bulk milk transportation.
It isn't difficult to see that, independent of the mode of transportation, foods and food ingredients are susceptible to abuse and/or contamination during transportation and storage.
The Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food Rule applies to shippers, loaders, receivers and carriers involved in transportation operations for the transportation of human and animal food.
Distributors should establish clear protocols to ensure that product is stored properly and travels at the proper temperature to maintain its integrity.
The trucking industry has never had a more timely opportunity to play its part in implementing and improving delivery control systems for temperature-sensitive goods.
An overview of Golden State Foods QA program is discussed.