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- An International Perspective on Food Safety Packaging
The article highlights an interview with Fred Hayes, director, technical services, Packaging Machinery Manufacturers Institute on international packaging issues.
- U.S. and EU Requirements for Recycled Food Contact Materials
The use of recycled materials in food packaging applications is governed by the same principles that apply to all food packaging.
- Detection and Inspection Process to Enhance QC
Anritsu recently debuted Detection360™, a proprietary process to advance quality control programs and ensure superior ROI by securing all points of detection within the processing environment, while also reducing risks associated with unwanted contaminants or missing items in a company's products.
- Moving Ahead in Food Safety Implementation Measures for Packaging
New regulations mark the first time that packaging operations will come under the regulatory microscope in a significant way.
- Leafy Green Processing for Ready-to-Eat Salads
Washing cannot always make leafy greens safe, so the concept of homogeneity in all microbial testing is critical for the ability of samples to represent the lot.
- Product Labeling: What’s Your Risk?
Without clear standards regulating labeling definitions, food and beverage companies are finding themselves under greater scrutiny over the validity of what is found on their products’ labels.
- Food Safety Focus on Packaging?
As the Food Safety Modernization Act materializes, packaging operations come under a microscope. Read more about the increased focus on food packaging safety.
- Understanding the “Other” Clauses of ISO 22000
The bottom line is that the internal audit program like ISO 22000 is a systems approach to verifying that procedures are being followed as documented.
- A Trial Lawyer’s Guide to the New FTC Green Labeling Guidelines
While the food safety community strives to bring packaging under Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points safety models, both packaging and food producers must now also consider the impact of the “Green Guides “recently issued by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
- Proliferation of Food Eco-Labels
The number of eco-labels in the food industry is expected to continue to proliferate in 2013. Over 200 seals and logos represent some ecological, ethical, ingredient or sustainability attributes in the global food industry. The mushrooming number of eco-labels could have adverse consequences on food safety.
- U.S. FDA’s Nutrition Facts Chart Celebrates its 20th Anniversary
This year, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of the codification of the final rules that overhauled the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) nutrition labeling requirements for food in the United States. Passage of the Nutrition Labeling and Education Act gave FDA authority to require specific nutritional information be declared on most food sold in the United States.
- Global Regulatory Considerations for Green Packaging
Minimizing packaging waste must be done in a way that maintains the safety and hygiene of the food to keep it safe.
- Food Safety Management: Hazard- or Risk-Based?
The main goal of food safety must be to target our food safety efforts toward the prevention of actual harm.
- Molecular and Supramolecular Design for Active and Edible Packaging Systems
Currently, one of the most interesting approaches to improving the performance of active packaging systems is the development of hybrid organic-inorganic materials.
- Raw Produce Field Sampling for Biological Risks
The who, how, what, where, when and why to sample are critical to control the risks of biological contamination.
- ISO 22000: And the Beat Goes On
ISO 22000 is a nonprescriptive standard that provides both opportunities and challenges to organizations that desire to implement the requirements.
- Allergen Disclaimers Should Be True Warnings
The purpose of allergen disclaimers is for the benefit and protection of consumers, but by using this warning label on a product that does not contain allergens, manufacturers can limit accountability and provide cover for inadequate cleaning and/or poorly followed cross-contamination prevention programs.
- Performing a Quality Audit on Your Supplier’s Pest Management Program
To prevent your food processing facility from shortfalls in outsourced pest management, it is essential to perform quality audits of the services provided.
- The Future of Labeling for Genetically Engineered Foods
California's Proposition 37 is up for vote this November, and stakeholders throughout America are holding their breaths. Proposition 37 requires raw and processed foods sold in California to disclose the presence of genetically engineered ingredients on their labeling-a requirement that the Federal Government does not currently impose.
- Developing Food Safety and Quality Plans: An Aquaponics Process Control Example
Aquaponics, a sustainable food production system that combines traditional aquaculture (raising aquatic animals) with hydroponics (cultivating plants in water) in a symbiotic environment.
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