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The following list is a collection of all articles in the Regulatory category. To refine your list, select from the subcategories provided in the navigation bar and here for your convenience: Audits/Certification/GFSI, FDA, FSMA, Guidelines, HACCP, Inspection, International Standards/Harmonization, USDA

Audits Offer an Opportunity to Embrace Food Safety
Audits Offer an Opportunity to Embrace Food Safety

The audit experience offers an occasion to learn and focus on the science of food safety.

 

A Different Type of Herd Immunity: The SAFE TO WORK Act in the Meat Processing Industry
A Different Type of Herd Immunity: The SAFE TO WORK Act in the Meat Processing Industry

Could this Act lead to legal action brought by someone claiming they contracted COVID-through a food product produced at a meat processing facility where an outbreak occurred?

Tips for Optimizing Your Food Safety Plan
Tips for Optimizing Your Food Safety Plan

Reviewing a food safety plan (FSP) can be daunting for manufacturers, but it doesn’t have to be. Use these tips to help optimize your FSP.

The Fight over PFAS in Food is About to Get More Intense
The Fight over PFAS in Food is About to Get More Intense

Will regulators take a closer look at the issue of food contamination by per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the future? It’s a definite possibility.

Back-to-Back Outbreaks in Frozen and Dried Imported Coconut
Back-to-Back Outbreaks in Frozen and Dried Imported Coconut

Here we explore foodborne illness outbreak investigations related to coconuts, highlight the challenges experienced, and share the food safety lessons learned.

From Crisis to Culture: Moving from COVID Crisis Response to Implementing a “COVID-19 Culture”
From Crisis to Culture: Moving from COVID Crisis Response to Implementing a “COVID-19 Culture”

Our new normal necessitates having a “COVID-19 culture,” akin to the foundation laid by food safety culture principles.

Egypt Launches the Modernization of its Food Import Control System
Egypt Launches the Modernization of its Food Import Control System

Discover how Egypt’s regulatory changes to the modernization of food import controls affects your business.

Federal Agency Cooperation in Protecting the Domestic Food Supply Chain
Federal Agency Cooperation in Protecting the Domestic Food Supply Chain

Learn what the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and U.S. Department of Agriculture are doing to prevent food supply disruptions during the pandemic.

Adoption of WGS: What Is Going On?
Adoption of WGS:  What Is Going On?

Whole-genome sequencing has changed how the identification of outbreaks and harborage organisms is performed.

Ingredients Hazard Analysis and Process-Step Hazard Analysis: Why Separate the Two?
Ingredients Hazard Analysis and Process-Step Hazard Analysis: Why Separate the Two?

While hazard analysis formats vary slightly from one agency to another, two basic elements are contained in both: hazard Identification and hazard evaluation.
 

California Evaluates Food Packaging under Its Safer Consumer Products Program
California Evaluates Food Packaging under Its Safer Consumer Products Program

Food packaging manufacturers need to be prepared for the continuation of new laws and regulations banning or restricting food packaging and food contact materials.

The Growing Challenge of Safe Water for Use in Food Processing Operations
The Growing Challenge of Safe Water for Use in Food Processing Operations

Developing and implementing a comprehensive water-monitoring program is a fundamental and essential element of an effective food safety program.

Solving Food Pathogen Outbreaks and Recalls
Solving Food Pathogen Outbreaks and Recalls

Measurement tools and partnerships are critical elements to investigating contamination events involving food pathogens.

Covid-19 and Food Safety: Walk the Talk on Protecting Global Public Health
Covid-19 and Food Safety: Walk the Talk on Protecting Global Public Health

The coronavirus pandemic has brought sanitation and good hygiene practices front and center. Can we keep the momentum going?  

Implementing a COVID-19 Culture in the “New Normal”
Implementing a COVID-19 Culture in the “New Normal”

The coronavirus pandemic challenges the food industry to identify and implement control strategies and a COVID-19 culture.

Banning Plastics Won’t Prevent Litter: A Case for Promoting Plastics Recycling
Banning Plastics Won’t  Prevent Litter: A Case for  Promoting Plastics Recycling

In the food packaging industry, focusing efforts on promoting recycling would seem to be a more effective solution.

Cannabis Edibles: Current Food Safety Practices
<i>Cannabis</i> Edibles: Current Food Safety Practices

A Cannabis edibles panel identifies industry best practices and challenges as this growing market moves forward.

Will FSIS Declare 31 Salmonella Serovars Adulterants in Meat and Poultry?
Will FSIS Declare 31 Salmonella Serovars Adulterants in Meat and Poultry?

A petition to declare Salmonella an adulterant in meat and poultry products has been filed. The effects could change the meat and poultry industry forever.

The Three Drivers of Food Traceability Changes in 2020
The Three Drivers of Food Traceability Changes in 2020

Regulatory activity, technology impact, and consumer-centricity are driving changes in food traceability.

How the AIJN Code of Practice Helps the Fruit Juice Industry
How the AIJN Code of Practice Helps the Fruit Juice Industry

Adulteration of fruit juice is a widespread problem that can be addressed using the Code of Practice developed by the European Fruit Juice Association.

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