Food Safety Magazine

June/July 2011

June/July 2011
Food Safety: Top Concern of Food Industry CEOs
Food Safety: Top Concern of Food Industry CEOs

The food industry must continue to take responsibility for what it can control and not rely on, or expect, regulators to find the gaps in the process.

Moving Forward to Achieve Global Listeria Control
Moving Forward to Achieve Global <i>Listeria</i> Control

The food industry and government have long been aware of the persistence of Listeria in the environment and in processing plants.
 

Ex Ante or Ex Post Food Safety Strategies: Process Validation versus Inspection and Testing
Ex Ante or Ex Post Food Safety Strategies: Process Validation versus Inspection and Testing

It is generally understood and accepted by food safety scientists that it is impossible to achieve food safety by testing or inspecting finished products.

Inhibiting Listeria Growth to Improve Food Safety
Inhibiting <i>Listeria</i> Growth to Improve Food Safety

The development of lactate and diacetate inhibits Listeria growth as do many other ingredients, enlarging the array of choices for processors in meat safety.
 

Microbial Detection – Taking It to the Limits
Microbial Detection – Taking It to the Limits

Whichever method is used for sampling and detecting microorganisms, it represents only a fraction of the actual level present in a food product.

The Reportable Food Registry: A Valuable New Tool for Preventing Foodborne Illness
The Reportable Food Registry: A Valuable New Tool for Preventing Foodborne Illness

The Reportable Food Registry has become an effective addition to the range of tools FDA has to prevent foodborne illness and protect public health.

In-plant Air Handling and Food Safety: There Is a Connection
In-plant Air Handling and Food Safety: There <i>Is</i> a Connection

Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems are as important to sanitary design as the design and construction of floors, walls, ceilings and equipment.

Food Safety Education for Ethnic Audiences
Food Safety Education for Ethnic Audiences

Many ethnic start-up retail and food service operations function without the benefit of a large corporate support structure and need industry support.

Advances in Spiral Plating Increase Reproducibility and Cost Savings
Advances in Spiral Plating Increase Reproducibility and Cost Savings

Spiral plating is an ideal tool for both research and quality assurance personnel.