Food Safety Magazine

Current Issue

Current Issue
Dave Theno: Remembering the Man behind the Headlines
Dave Theno: Remembering the Man behind the Headlines

We pay tribute to Dr. David Theno, food safety advocate extraordinaire.

Benefits of the ISO Cooperative Agreement Program (CAP) for Food Safety
Benefits of the ISO Cooperative Agreement Program (CAP) for Food Safety

Interview with the Association of Public Health Laboratories on why a lab might join the ISO Cooperative Agreement Program

 

Fixing FSMA’s Ag Water Requirements
Fixing FSMA’s Ag Water Requirements

 The Food Safety Modernization Act’s provisions on agricultural water require reevaluation.

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

Industry leaders confirm the importance of food safety culture in the processing plant.
 

 

A Closer Look at Environmental Monitoring in the Processing Plant
A Closer Look at Environmental Monitoring in the Processing Plant

Survey results are presented from more than 100 food processors on their preparations for compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act.

Foreign-Material Reduction Programs—An Integrated Approach Using Teamwork
Foreign-Material Reduction Programs—An Integrated Approach Using Teamwork

Foreign material can be a difficult and costly issue in food manufacturing.

LGMA: Ten Years Later
LGMA: Ten Years Later

While many in the leafy greens industry participated in the creation of the LGMA, it truly was a collaborative effort that united an entire farming community.

FDA Demand for FCN Environmental Assessments Is a Solution Looking for a Problem
FDA Demand for FCN  Environmental Assessments  Is a Solution Looking  for a Problem

Although no one disputes FDA’s interpretation of the National Environmental Policy Act, an environmental issue has only once prevented a clearance for a food packaging material from proceeding.

On-Line Monitoring Tools for Food Processing
On-Line Monitoring Tools for Food Processing

New devices, so-called electronic noses, have been described as both a cost-effective and a timesaving substitute for the determination of shelf life, food quality and origin.

All Eyes on the Produce Safety Rule
All Eyes on the Produce Safety Rule