Food Safety Magazine

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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

August/September 2002
August/September 2002

• Balancing Your Approach to Chemical Contaminants
• Bottled Water Regulation and the FDA
• Key Goals of Emerging Technologies for Inactivating Bacteria
• A Rational Approach to Using and Selecting Hard Surface Disinfectants and Sanitizers
• HACCP: A View to the Bottom Line
• Using PCR to Custom Design a Test Kit

June/July 2002
June/July 2002

• Modern Meat Safety: A Technological Toolbox
• On the Fast Track with Rapid & Automated Methods: Where Are We Now?
• Current Controversies in the Application of HACCP Systems, Part 2
• FDA's Total Diet Study: Monitoring U.S. Food Supply Safety
• Give Food Plant Sanitarians Their Props

February/March 2002
February/March 2002

• The Real-World Food Lab: Aligning Priorities and Resources for Success
• Dealing with Pesticide Residues on Foods
• Non-Thermal Alternative Processing Technologies for the Control of Spoilage Bacteria in Fruit Juices and Fruit-based Drinks
• FDA’s Produce Safely Activities
• Current Microbial Concerns in the Dairy Industry
• Verification of Effective Sanitation Control Strategies

December 2001/January 2002
December 2001/January 2002

• Safe to the Last Drop: A First-Hand NCIMS HACCP Pilot Experience
• Tyson Foods: Getting Bigger, Serving Better
• Troubleshooting Migration Issues in Packaging
• Bioterrorism: The Next Food Safety Threat
• Microbial Risk Assessment: Achievements and Future Challenges
• Current Trends in Mycotoxin Analysis
• Sanitation Audits: The Proof in the Pudding
• An Insider’s View into the Use of PCR in the Food Industry


October/November 2001
October/November 2001

• Growers Beware: Adopt GAPs or Else
• Perspectives from a Review of Selected Case Histories of Microbiological Problems
• Swift & Co.: Tow-Party System assures Premier Pork
• The Challenge of Food Allergens: An Update
• Campylobacter: Research Advances in Sourcing the Problem
• Water: Ensuring Its Safety for Use in Food Processing Operations

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