Food Safety Magazine

Current Issue

Current Issue
Rethinking Future Food Chains: Systems Thinking and the Cascading Consequences of System Failures
Rethinking Future Food Chains: Systems Thinking and the Cascading Consequences of System Failures

Systems thinking is a critically important competency for food safety.

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.

The Benefits and Barriers of Whole-Genome Sequencing for Pathogen Source Tracking: A Food Industry Perspective
The Benefits and Barriers of Whole-Genome Sequencing for Pathogen Source Tracking:  A Food Industry Perspective

Whole-genome sequencing is a common tool for outbreak detection and investigation.

The Rationale of Redefining a Sanitation Program
The Rationale of Redefining a Sanitation Program

When it comes to defining “clean” in the food industry, an objective definition does not exist, and each facility must recognize that what is deemed clean now may not stay clean when subjected to the environment.

Elevating Food Safety Using Enterprise Risk Management Principles: A Primer
Elevating Food Safety Using Enterprise Risk Management Principles: A Primer

There are several definitions for enterprise risk management (ERM), all of which reflect ERM as a vital risk management process, with food safety as the top priority.

Trends in Food Safety Testing
Trends in Food Safety Testing

Food safety testing volumes are increasing and focus on Listeria.

The Top 10 Reasons Why I Couldn’t Keep Sanitation People
The Top 10 Reasons  Why I Couldn’t Keep Sanitation People

Excessive sanitation department turnover is hard on everybody.

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.

Will FSIS Declare 31 Salmonella Serovars Adulterants in Meat and Poultry?
Will FSIS Declare 31 <i>Salmonella</i> Serovars Adulterants in Meat and Poultry?

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

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