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What Changed the Game for Food Defense?
What Changed the Game for Food Defense?

A game-changing event occurred two years ago in the food industry, and you probably haven’t heard the details.

Management Systems – Back to Basics
Management Systems – Back to Basics

To be effective and valuable, a food company’s management system must be tailored and focused on how it can enhance the business performance of the organization.

The Era of Whistleblowing Has Arrived
The Era of Whistleblowing Has Arrived

Whistleblowing can serve to keep bad practices in check, but does it play a regular role in the food industry?

Attacks on the Food Supply: How Terrorists Enter into the Equation
Attacks on the Food Supply: How Terrorists Enter into the Equation

How do we decide whether our food supply is still vulnerable to the effects of terrorism? Unfortunately, the threat remains.

Social Responsibility’s Influence over Food Safety and Quality
Social Responsibility’s Influence over Food Safety and Quality

Social responsibility is increasing taking root at food companies and directly impacting food safety and quality objectives.

Leveraging Food Safety: The Cross-Functional Food Safety Committee
Leveraging Food Safety:  The Cross-Functional  Food Safety Committee

 Many companies struggle with the transformation from food safety compliance to food safety culture. One great strategic tool is the food safety committee.

Key New (and Not So New) Food Safety Challenges
Key New (and Not So New) Food Safety Challenges

Despite significant advances in detection tools, regulations, monitoring and consumer education on food safety, reports of foodborne illness outbreaks are expected to increase.

The Supply Chain and Food Safety Culture: Retail
The Supply Chain and Food Safety Culture: Retail

Industry leaders in food retail help elucidate the challenges around creating a culture of food safety.

Public Health Implications of Economically Motivated Adulteration
Public Health Implications of Economically Motivated Adulteration

Economically motivated adulteration (EMA) generates considerable concern from multiple perspectives. Ongoing EMA-related research focuses on the vulnerabilities in the food system, drivers that create an opportunity for EMA and the impact of EMA with an emphasis on public health consequences.

North Korea Poses a Very Real Food Defense Threat
North Korea Poses a Very Real Food Defense Threat

The rogue regime of North Korea could cause catastrophic effects on the world’s food supply. Read more to find out how.

Into the Cold Abyss of Food Waste
Into the Cold Abyss of Food Waste

One of the biggest areas of food waste is maintaining the cold chain. This means that all players in food supply—including producers, shippers, warehouses, retailers and consumers—have a role to fill when it comes to tackling the challenge of food waste.

Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance Education and Outreach Goes Global
Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance Education and Outreach Goes Global

FDA recognized the importance of facilitating the development of industry training, and, in cooperation with the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Institute for Food Safety and Health, created the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance.

 

IICA’s Role in Improving Global Food Safety
IICA’s Role in Improving Global Food Safety

Food safety is of central importance to all countries in the Americas, regardless of their level of development. Beyond threats associated with any specific product or contaminant, the most pressing challenge is to establish, promote and support a food safety culture, one in which all consumers both expect and have access to healthy food, regardless of where or by whom it is produced.  

 

Putting Together an Effective Allergen Control Plan
Putting Together an Effective Allergen Control Plan

It doesn’t matter what the cause, any allergen residue not adequately cleaned and removed from your processing line can find its way into the next product on the line, causing your next product to inadvertently contain an allergen not included on the label.

The Supply Chain and Food Safety Culture: Foodservice
The Supply Chain and Food Safety Culture: Foodservice

We’ve invited industry leaders in foodservice to help elucidate the challenges around creating a culture of food safety.

Small or Very Small: New Rules from FSMA Create Unique Challenges
Small or Very Small: New Rules from FSMA Create Unique Challenges

Since the new rules for FSMA were developed, food manufacturers of all sizes have been working to determine how to implement them into their culture and new food safety plans.

Food and Beverage Industry Cyber Security Risk Management: Does a HACCP-Based Food Safety Culture Provide Solutions?
Food and Beverage Industry Cyber Security Risk Management: Does a HACCP-Based Food Safety Culture Provide Solutions?

Cyber risks must be considered, within the food and beverage sector, as presenting the same risks to the firm and the consumer as any food safety risk. Are you adequately prepared?

How Current World Threats May Impact Food Safety
How Current World Threats May Impact Food Safety

What should food defense professionals understand about the instability in North Korea?

What You always Wanted to Know about Food Crime but Were Afraid to Ask
What You always Wanted to Know about Food Crime but Were Afraid to Ask

The National Food Crime Unit aids food safety at home and abroad.

Is Avian Influenza a Food Defense Issue?
Is Avian Influenza a Food Defense Issue?

Like it or not, avian influenza virus could be used to attack the poultry industry.

 

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