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Food Contamination Traceback Litigation: Naturally Occurring Pathogens
Food Contamination Traceback Litigation: Naturally Occurring Pathogens

While some foods have naturally occurring pathogens, the fact that human consumption can lead to illness does not transform them into “defective food” in the eyes of the law.

Improving Capacity-Building for Food Safety Risk Assessment in Developing Countries
Improving Capacity-Building for Food Safety Risk Assessment in Developing Countries

With limited resources and high competing priorities, how do developing countries make food safety a high priority?

Food and Agriculture Are Domains of War: Part 3
Food and Agriculture Are Domains of War: Part 3

Because food corporations can be targeted by adversarial nations, it is important that you start practicing “operational security.”

From the Field: Challenges and Opportunities in On-Farm Food Safety
From the Field:  Challenges and Opportunities in On-Farm Food Safety

An on-farm food safety training program was developed to help farmers implement good food safety practices on the farm.

Stewardship vs. Satisfaction
Stewardship vs. Satisfaction

It’s not enough to provide a reasonably priced, high-quality product; the company’s commitment to social responsibility is also under the microscope.

 

Food and Agriculture Are Domains of War: Part 2
Food and Agriculture Are Domains of War: Part 2

Should food businesses engage in “war games”? There are benefits from conducting strategic response exercises should an actual emergency arise.

Guidelines for Developing Countries to Modernize Their Food Safety Systems
Guidelines for Developing Countries to Modernize Their Food Safety Systems

Developing modern food safety systems requires a specific level of food safety capacity that ensures the safety of imported and domestically produced food.

Food and Agriculture Are Domains of War: Part 1
Food and Agriculture Are Domains of War: Part 1

A look at a worst-case scenario in the evolving threat to the food supply.

Ammonia Refrigeration Systems and Chlorine Sanitation Systems Deserve Close Scrutiny
Ammonia Refrigeration Systems and Chlorine Sanitation Systems Deserve Close Scrutiny

Have you ever considered that your in-plant systems could be weaponized against public health? Think again.

Updated Food Safety Training, Solution for Upcoming FSMA Challenges, Part 3
Updated Food Safety Training, Solution for Upcoming FSMA Challenges, Part 3

A look at food safety training assessment and evaluation to meet the challenges of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).

Progress in STEC Control: The USDA-NIFA STEC Coordinated Agricultural Project
Progress in STEC Control: The USDA-NIFA STEC Coordinated Agricultural Project

The overall goal of the STEC program is to reduce the occurrence and public health risks from seven serogroups of STEC regulated in beef.

Unsung Heroes: State and Local Public Health Officials Innovating in Outbreak Investigations
Unsung Heroes: State and Local Public Health Officials Innovating in Outbreak Investigations

This article highlights the dedication of local and state outbreak investigators in their localized health and agriculture agencies.

Whey Powder and Food Safety Risks: A Lesson in Validation and Verification
Whey Powder and Food Safety Risks:  A Lesson in Validation and Verification

Retail snack products in the U.S. market were recalled because they all contained whey powder that was possibly contaminated with Salmonella.

 

Food Safety = Culture Science + Social Science + Food Science
Food Safety = Culture Science + Social Science + Food Science

Developing a strong food safety culture depends on the application of food science with social and cultural sciences.

Perception of Food Safety by Food Manufacturers and Food Safety Professionals
Perception of Food Safety by Food Manufacturers and Food Safety Professionals

What does the term “food safety” mean to food science professionals? Let’s find out.

Recalls and Outbreaks: How WGS Will Change the Rules
Recalls and Outbreaks:  How WGS Will Change  the Rules

Recalls and outbreaks are increasingly being identified and traced back to their sources through whole-genome sequencing.

Rethinking the Future of Food Recalls
Rethinking the Future of Food Recalls

Food recalls are an important tool that can be used to protect the public from exposures to potentially unsafe products. Yet, carrying out an effective recall presents obvious challenges.

Measure What You Treasure
Measure What You Treasure

Robust food safety plans and quality systems become ineffective when they are undermined by the wrong, or immature, culture.

Food System Automation: Good For Food Defense, but Warrants Attention During Transition
Food System Automation: Good For Food Defense, but Warrants Attention During Transition

The benefits of automation must be tempered by emerging security challenges throughout the food supply chain.

To Solve Contaminated Food Crises, Information Management Is an Unsung Hero for the Food Supply Chain
To Solve Contaminated Food Crises, Information Management Is an Unsung Hero for the Food Supply Chain

Intelligent information management is especially crucial for food manufacturers and distributors to maintain high-quality products.

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