Food Safety Magazine

December 2012/January 2013

December 2012/January 2013


 

Incident Management: Food Safety Requires Competence
Incident Management: Food Safety Requires Competence

With food safety-related recalls becoming more commonplace, it is essential for incident response teams to understand and implement effective and transparent processes.

Poultry Safety in an Ever-Changing World
Poultry Safety in an Ever-Changing World

Ensuring the safety of poultry is a shared responsibility of farmers, producers, processors and retailers as well as federal and state agencies.

Food Safety Modernization Act: A View from Elsewhere
Food Safety Modernization Act: <br> A View from Elsewhere

This article offers a view of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) from countries exporting into the U.S. and what is required to move forward.
 

FSMA Era Opens with Uncertainties for Seafood
FSMA Era Opens with  Uncertainties for Seafood

Speculation on how the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) will affect domestic fish producers and importers is offered.

Anticipating Food Safety Risks
Anticipating Food Safety Risks

Collaboration at all levels, within and across companies, retailers, authorities and all stakeholders is required to apply a multidisciplinary approach to food safety.

Food Equipment Hygienic Design: An Important Element of a Food Safety Program
Food Equipment Hygienic Design: An Important Element of a Food Safety Program

Food equipment hygienic design is more important than ever before and is often addressed in a general manner in most regulatory and industry food safety programs.

Ensuring Success of Food Company Outsourcing
Ensuring Success of Food Company Outsourcing

Outsourcing business functions, specifically laboratory testing  may increase efficiency and cut costs with proper planning, careful contracting and ongoing oversight.
      

Performing a Quality Audit on Your Supplier’s Pest Management Program
Performing a Quality Audit on Your Supplier’s Pest Management Program

To prevent your food processing facility from shortfalls in outsourced pest management, it is essential to perform quality audits of the services provided.