Food Safety Magazine

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Current Issue
Breaking Boundaries to Avoid a Food System Crisis
Breaking Boundaries to Avoid a Food System Crisis

Our current challenge is to ensure food security while volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous issues arise at a faster rate than ever expected.

Animal Cell-Culture Food Technology: A New Regulatory Frontier
Animal Cell-Culture Food Technology:  A New Regulatory Frontier

FDA and USDA-FSIS are working together to pave the way for regulation of food produced using animal cell-cultured food technology.

Allergens: Where Food Safety and Labeling Intersect
Allergens: Where Food Safety and Labeling Intersect

Given the potentially fatal consequences of an undeclared allergen, relying on food labels to ensure the safety of allergic consumers may not seem sufficiently protective.

Is That Tomato Raw or Ready-to-Eat?
Is That Tomato Raw or  Ready-to-Eat?

The challenge with all of these fresh-cut, RTE products is that they were not getting any processing step required to eliminate the hazards that may exist on the raw materials.

Food Safety Priorities and Plans for 2020 – Part 2
Food Safety Priorities and Plans for 2020 – Part 2

Part 2 of what processors expect to focus on in the year 2020.

 

IFPTI Fellowship in Food Protection: Developing an Integrated Food Safety System
IFPTI Fellowship in Food Protection: Developing an Integrated Food Safety System

The Fellowship in Food Protection is open to individuals who perform food protection regulatory functions at the federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial level.

Removing Allergens Means Rethinking What “Clean” Means
Removing Allergens Means Rethinking What “Clean” Means

Sanitation is a key component of the allergen program for companies that make products with different allergen profiles in the same facility.

Biobased Plastics and the Sustainability Puzzle
Biobased Plastics and the Sustainability Puzzle

While biobased plastics offer myriad benefits related to sustainability, there are some concerns related to biodegradability.

Five Unusual Ways to Use Your Corporate Culture to Eliminate Foreign Material
Five Unusual Ways to Use Your Corporate Culture to Eliminate Foreign Material

A strong culture of cross-functional teams engaged in problem solving at the plant level supports a consistent focus on foreign material prevention.

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