Food Safety Magazine

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April/May 2004
April/May 2004

• Awesome Audit Attitudes: Jumping Through Hoops Without Grinding Gears
Mission Foods: Food Safety is Everyone's JOb
An FDA Update on Egg Safety
Inspections, Part 3: Compliance
Meat Microbiology Trends: The Future is Now
Cleanliness is Next to Godliness and Essential to Assure Safe Food
Advances in the Application of Food-grade Lubricants

February/March 2004
February/March 2004

• Protecting the Nation's Food Supply from Bioterrorism
• Food Safety Insider: Sanitation Systems & Solutions
• Fresh Express: Cutting Edge Food Safety
• The "Danger Zone" Reevaluated
• FDA's Food Program Prioritites Measure Up: 2003 in Review
• Inspections, Part 2: Expectations
• BSE in the USA Redux: How Mad Are We Getting?

December 2003/January 2004
December 2003/January 2004

• Current Issues in Raw and RTE Products
E. coli 0157:H7 Intervention at the Retail Level
Beating Listeria: Specialty Brands' Aggressive Approach
Challenges, Progress and Solutions in Produce Safety
Juice HACCP Approaches a Milestone
Writing and Implementing an Allergen Control Plan
Inspections, Part 1: The Professional Sanitarian
Advances in Biotechniques Used in the Quality Assurance of Food Products

October/November 2003
October/November 2003

• A Look at Top Trends in Food Chemistry
Facts and Fallacies About Fatty Acids
Transportation: The Squeaky Wheel of the Food Safety System
Color Additives: FDA's Regulatory Process and Historical Perspecitves
Hot Tips for Using and Selecting Portable Thermometers
Opportunities in Modified Atmosphere Packaging

August/September 2003
August/September 2003

• Top 10 Ingredients of a Total Food Protection Program
• Building an Effective Food Testing Program for the 21st Century

In Touch with FDA's CFSAN Food Safety and Security Staff
Development of a Rapid Method for Enumerating Specific Bacteria
A Simple Introduction to Thermometry and Basic Calibration
BSE in the U.S.: How Mad Can We Get?
Food Packaging Inks and Coatings: Achieving Safety and Compliance
Keys to Effective Pest Management in the Food Industry

June/July 2003
June/July 2003

• On-Target Tools: Best Practices in Refrigerated Foods Processing
Safety in Paradise: One Package at a Time
FDA Promotes Good Aquaculture Practices
A Practical Perspective on Hand Washing
10 Principles of Equipment Design for Ready-to-Eat Processing
Food Safety Insiders: Rapid & Automated Microbiology Methods

April/May 2003
April/May 2003

• Bullish on Progress: A Meat Industry Roundtable
The Dirty Dozen: Ways to Reduce the 12 Biggest Foreign Material Problems
Quaker Employees Learn How to Fight Terrorists
Why Consumers Take Risks with Food Safety
Prioritizing Food Safety Risk Assessments: A New Approach
Glossary Useful in Defining Industry Terms
Seek & Destroy: Identifying and Controlling Listeria monocytogenes in growth niches
Acrylamide: Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire (of Analytical Chaos)

February/March 2003
February/March 2003

• Six Steps to Effective Sanitary Design in Food Plant
• Hygienic Design of Eguipment in Food Processing
• Costco Wholesale: Culturing Food Safety
• Food Safety Insider: Sanitation Systems & Solutions
• FDA’s Food Safety Program in FY 2002: Measuring Accomplishments
• Advances in Automated Rapid Methods for Enumerating E.coli

December 2002/January 2003
December 2002/January 2003

• The Total Plant Food Safety Audit: Rating Your Overall System
• Constraints to HACCP Implementation in Developing Countries, Part III
• FDA’s Office of Food Additive Safety
• Getting a Handle on Listeria
• Using the C-A-S-H System in Retail Operations
• Biofilms: Forming a Defense Strategy for the Food Plant

October/November 2002
October/November 2002

• An Expert Stakeholder Survey on the Microbiological Safety of the U.S. Food Supply
• Getting the Best of Time & Temperature
• Recent Ozone Applications in Food Processing and Sanitation
• Constraints to HACCP Implementation in Developing Countries Part II
• Advances and Challenges in the Control of Salmonella in Poultry
• Analyzing Acrylamide: A Focus on Food Carcinogens

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