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- How Prevention-Based Safety Chain Management Technology Increases Compliance Efficiencies
- By Barbara Levin
How prevention-based safety chain management technology saves time, saves money and increases compliance efficiencies
- The Four Pillars that Will Transform the Food and Beverage Industry
- By Colin Thurston
Agile food and beverage companies must rest on a platform that is supported by four pillars: integration, innovation, automation and business intelligence.
- Horsemeat Contamination Impacts Sales and Exposes Food Chain Fragility
- By Ron Wacker, Ph.D.
Food authentication issues expose vulnerabilities of the supply chain to adulteration events.
- Packaging Line Improvements Keep Craft Brewer Focused on the Future
- By Standard-Knapp
Improvements in food package integrity can be realized by employing innovative packaging line modules.
- Embracing FSMA from a Pest Management Perspective
- By Shane McCoy
To comply with FSMA, food facilities should work with their food safety team and pest management partner to provide a safer environment and better product.
- Rapid Differentiation between Natural and Artificial Vanilla Flavorings for Determining Food Fraud
- By Avinash Dalmia, George L. Perkins and Craig Whitehouse
A variety of analytical techniques have been used to differentiate between natural and artificial vanilla flavorings and are described here.
- Your Equipment Partner Needs an Effective Food Safety Culture Too
- By Steve Blackowiak
Equipment manufacturers must have a collaborative, internal culture with a shared focus on food safety to successfully deliver cost-effective, hygienically designed equipment.
- Interactive Employee Training Encourages a Food Safety Culture
- By Laura Dunn Nelson
Public and workplace safety is jeopardized when workers either fail to apply food safety training on the job or were never correctly trained in the first place.
- True Industrial-Grade Peripherals: Much More than Just a NEMA Enclosure
- By CTI Electronics Corporation
Industrial joysticks, mouse pointers and keyboards often break down in harsh, messy environments, but a solution is available.
- Workwear Solutions for Food Product Safety
- By Fran McAteer, M.Sc., MBA
Food-related businesses now have a scientifically proven choice for effective garment disinfection consistent with their food safety goals.
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