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The following list is a collection of all articles in the Food Types category. To refine your list, select from the subcategories provided in the navigation bar and here for your convenience: Beverages, Dairy/Eggs, Ingredients, Low Moisture/Dry, Meat/Poultry, Natural/Organic, Produce, Ready-to-Eat, Refrigerated/Frozen, Seafood

A Closer Look at the Food Safety and Quality Issues Associated with High-Protein Snack Bars
A Closer Look at the Food Safety and Quality Issues Associated with High-Protein Snack Bars

A Q&A with Arla Foods Ingredients about food safety and quality concerns surrounding high-protein snack bars.

Use of Critical Control Points in Florida Seafood HACCP Plans
Use of Critical Control Points in Florida Seafood HACCP Plans

Seafood HACCP plans from Florida wholesale seafood establishments were evaluated for food hazard significance within the food establishment’s process, product and intended consumer use.

Antimicrobial Use in Poultry Processing
Antimicrobial Use in Poultry Processing

Antimicrobials can be used during multiple steps of poultry processing to create a multi-hurdle approach to minimizing contamination.

Pet Food and Treat Safety: It’s Time for Facts, Not Fearmongering
Pet Food and Treat Safety: It’s Time for Facts, Not Fearmongering

As the voice of the U.S. pet food and treat industry, the Pet Food Institute (PFI) is talking about the manufacturing process, the regulatory environment and the companies that feed America’s dogs and cats. It’s important and our responsibility to provide those facts.

FDA’s Regulation of Color Additives
FDA’s Regulation of  Color Additives

This article explains how color additives are regulated in the United States, how their safety is evaluated and how compliance with laws and regulations is ensured.

How to Deal with a Major System Disruption in a Meat Processing Facility
How to Deal with a Major System Disruption in a Meat Processing Facility

Planning for major disruptions in plant processes is critical to minimize financial costs to the facility and to protect consumers.

Rapid and Convenient Monitoring of the Quality of Beverages, Water and Foods
Rapid and Convenient  Monitoring of the Quality of Beverages, Water and Foods

The Biosart® 100 Monitor system, a Sartorius Biotech product that is distributed by Weber Scientific, has been designed specifically for the detection and enumeration of microorganisms potentially present in food, beverages and water. It is a membrane filtration system that is the microbiological method of choice for many customers testing fluid product, particularly for brewing, juice, soft drink and potable water laboratories.  

Evaluating Risk in Foods at Farmers’ Markets
Evaluating Risk in Foods at Farmers’ Markets

Can products be made safely in the home for sale at farmers’ markets? Verifying the types of foods that are low risk and can be made safely in an uninspected home can be challenging.

Fixing FSMA’s Ag Water Requirements
Fixing FSMA’s Ag Water Requirements

 The Food Safety Modernization Act’s provisions on agricultural water require reevaluation.

LGMA: Ten Years Later
LGMA: Ten Years Later

While many in the leafy greens industry participated in the creation of the LGMA, it truly was a collaborative effort that united an entire farming community.

The Produce Safety Rule: Be Prepared for a Food Regulatory Inspection
The Produce Safety Rule: Be Prepared for a Food Regulatory Inspection

It is important to understand your rights and responsibilities during a food regulatory inspection.

Six-Step Program for the Alcoholic Beverage Industry to Comply with FSMA
Six-Step Program for the Alcoholic Beverage Industry to Comply with FSMA

Here we decipher the FSMA regulations as they apply to winemakers, brewers and distillers. Are you compliant?

Clean Up That Food! An Update on Sanitizers and Disinfectants - Copy
Clean Up That Food!  An Update on Sanitizers  and Disinfectants

The responsibility for the regulation of a sanitizer used on a food item is based upon the intended use of the sanitizer and on the status of the food in question.

Radio-Frequency Heating for Low-Moisture Foods
Radio-Frequency Heating for  Low-Moisture Foods

Low-moisture foods have low water activity, making it harder for microorganisms to utilize water in the food matrix.

Listeriosis: A Grim Reality for the Food Industry
Listeriosis: A Grim Reality  for the Food Industry

This hardy pathogen demands extra vigilance, particularly from meat and ready-to-eat processors.

Nanotechnology in the Food Industry: A Short Review
Nanotechnology in the Food Industry: A Short Review

The benefits of nanotechnology for the food industry are many and are expected to grow with time.

Cane Juice Litigation Shows No Signs of Evaporating
Cane Juice Litigation Shows No Signs of Evaporating

New guidance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration leads to increased litigation about “evaporated cane juice.”

Will Food Science Prevail?
Will Food Science Prevail?

The operative question is: Just who represents science? This article represents an opposing view to our eDigest article, published on December 6, 2016, by Andrew G. Ebert, Ph.D. FIFT, CFS

How Leaders in the Cannabis Industry Are Implementing High Standards for Food Safety in an Unregulated Environment
How Leaders in the Cannabis Industry Are  Implementing High Standards  for Food Safety in an Unregulated Environment

If companies are left to fend for themselves, then what exactly are industry leaders doing to become federally compliant and meet food safety guidelines?

Antibiotic Use in Food Animals: A Growing Threat to Public Health
Antibiotic Use in Food Animals: A Growing Threat to Public Health

The use of antibiotics in both human healthcare and the production of livestock leads to the emergence of resistant pathogens, a growing and serious public health threat.

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