The diverse evolution of food safety regulations globally presents a challenge to harmonization.
Cultural and historical factors that are not based on science can be powerful determinants related to the rejection of international standards.
A closer look at how the Safe Food for Canadians Act stacks up against the Food Safety Modernization Act.
Serious food safety threats continue to be a widespread concern globally: A look at some notable incidents.
Food safety can be enhanced by less focus on fines and more focus on support and guidance.
Growing fruits and vegetables free of microbial, chemical, and physical contamination continues to be a challenge, especially in developing countries. Here we share best practices.
On January 15, 2019, the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations came into force, marking a significant milestone in food safety for Canada.
This is the last of the series on the new ISO 22000:2018. Here are the main changes in clauses 8–10 of the standard.
Under the framework Responding to Today, Building for the Future, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency moves food safety forward.
As food safety management systems are excellent tools to guarantee food safety, it is critical to be aware of the latest updates to ISO 22000.
The most recent version of the ISO 22000 food safety management system has made some important changes of which you should be aware.
While several countries in the Arab region have upgraded their food safety systems, both capacity and efficiency must be enhanced to ensure an adequate oversight and demonstrate compliance with food standards.
Increased consumer interest in food safety and quality issues, combined with expanding regulatory initiatives, are increasing the importance of testing.
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.
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The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine has issued a report with recommendations for improving the situation for individuals with food allergies.
Since the regulation of genetically modified organisms in food was first established in the early 1990s in major regions of the world, countries have gone through an evolution of their own rules over the years.
The need for traceability in the seafood sector is now widely recognized. Major seafood import markets have introduced traceability components to their import regulations in recent years.
The regulation of genetically modified organisms in food has gone through an evolution of its own over the years.
The new China Food Safety Law is expected to improve the quality of food products and instill public confidence in the Chinese food industry.