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Lessons Learned: Food Safety Preparedness before the Next Natural Disaster
Lessons Learned: Food Safety Preparedness before the Next Natural Disaster

Natural disasters are known to impact our food supply, and responders should implement plans before a disaster strike to help mitigate issues that arise.

Food Safety at Farmers Markets: A Reality Check
Food Safety at Farmers Markets:  A Reality Check

Raw meat and poultry products sold direct-to-consumer may carry higher concentrations of harmful bacteria compared with those produced commercially.

Economically Motivated Adulteration: Broadening the Focus to Food Fraud
Economically Motivated Adulteration: Broadening the Focus to Food Fraud

As an industry, we are early in addressing food fraud and are in a great position to establish a firm foundation before—or while—laws and standards are being developed.

Microbiological Safety of Fresh-Cut Produce from the Processor to Your Plate
Microbiological Safety of Fresh-Cut Produce from the Processor to Your Plate

Fruits and vegetables are prone to microbial contamination from a wide range of sources.

Articles

FSM eDigest
FDA’s Right to Take Photographs in Your Facility: Or Not
By Kathy Hardee, Esq.
FDA’s Right to Take Photographs in Your Facility: Or Not
FSM eDigest
Compliance Amid a Complicated Supply Chain
By Jeffrey Barach, Ph.D.
Compliance Amid a Complicated Supply Chain
Signature Series
Streamlined Microbiological Workflows for the Detection of Listeria monocytogenes in Food
By Rolf Ossmer, Volker Lanz and Andreas Bubert
Streamlined Microbiological Workflows for the Detection of <i>Listeria monocytogenes</i> in Food
Signature Series
Controlling Allergens in Food Manufacturing Plants
By Camila Gadotti, M.S.
Controlling Allergens in Food Manufacturing Plants
Signature Series
Analytical Method Validation of Food Safety Tests – Demonstrating Fitness-for-Purpose
By Sara Stead, Ph.D.
Analytical Method Validation of Food Safety Tests – Demonstrating Fitness-for-Purpose
FSM eDigest
Traceability Is Not a Substitute for Transparency in the Recipe for Food Company Success
By John T. Shapiro
Traceability Is Not a Substitute for Transparency in the Recipe for Food Company Success
FSM eDigest
Encourage Reporting of Suspected Foodborne Illness
By Harlan Stueven, M.D.
Encourage Reporting of Suspected Foodborne Illness
BLOG
Pathogen Diagnostic Platforms and the Jam Study
By Tom Weschler
Pathogen Diagnostic Platforms and the Jam Study
FSM eDigest
Traceback Litigation: Epidemiological Point/Counter-Point
By Steven R. Kramer, Esq.
Traceback Litigation: Epidemiological Point/Counter-Point
FSM eDigest
Energy Drinks: The Management of Risk in the Twilight Zone
By Kathy Hardee, Esq.
Energy Drinks: The Management of Risk in the Twilight Zone
FSM eDigest
FDA Seeks Industry Input on How to Facilitate Consumer Notification of Adulterated Foods
By John T. Shapiro
FDA Seeks Industry Input on How to Facilitate Consumer Notification of Adulterated Foods
FSM eDigest
Food Industry Problem Solving in Real Time
By Michael J. Pearsall
Food Industry Problem Solving in Real Time
Process Control
A New Paradigm for Validation, Verification and Monitoring
By John G. Surak, Ph.D.
A New Paradigm for Validation, Verification and Monitoring
GUEST EDITORIAL
Robotics and Automation for the Food Industry
By Steve Davis, Ph.D.
Robotics and Automation for the Food Industry
TESTING
Regulating the Low-Level Presence of Chemicals in Foods — The Way Forward
By Jaap C. Hanekamp, Ph.D.
Regulating the Low-Level Presence of Chemicals in Foods — The Way Forward

News

September 15, 2014
FDA's Taylor Stresses Industry / Government Cooperation to Enforce FSMA
September 15, 2014
FSIS Extends Comment Period on Rules for Establishments that Grind Raw Beef
September 15, 2014
To Chill or Not to Chill? No Global Consensus on Egg Safety
September 9, 2014
Global Food Traceability Center Debuts Seafood Traceability Tool
September 8, 2014
Silliker Implements Ridascreen Gliadin to Test Food for Gluten
September 5, 2014
Agencies, Food Firms Welcome National Food Safety Education Month
September 4, 2014
Bio-Rad Hosts Lunch and Learn at Arkansas Food Safety Conference
September 4, 2014
Perdue Foods Ends Use of Antibiotics in Chicken Hatcheries
September 3, 2014
Canada Takes Steps to Modernize Its Food Safety System
August 29, 2014
FDA to Strengthen Evaluation of Chemicals in Food and Feed
August 29, 2014
Grocery Manufacturers Tout Initiative to Boost Transparency of Chemicals in Food
August 29, 2014
Russia's Food Safety Agency Closes More McDonald's Units
August 27, 2014
Food Safety Crucial to Fonterra's Deal with Chinese Maker of Infant Formula
August 26, 2014
Rancho Feeding Co-Owner Pleads Guilty to Selling Meat from Sick Cattle
August 25, 2014
Agilent and Shimadzu Collaborate on Chromatography Instrument Control
August 25, 2014
Heinz Recall of Infant Cereal in China Highlights Traceability Challenges
August 22, 2014
Zink Assumes IAFP Presidency
August 22, 2014
Multistate Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Peanut, Almond Butters
August 18, 2014
USDA-FSIS Issues Compliance Guide for Managing STEC in Cattle
August 18, 2014
Consumer Advocates Call Attention to Microbes on Grocery Checkstand Belts