Food Safety Magazine

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October/November 2011
October/November 2011

• Evolution of a State Food Safety Program
Japanese Tea: Plan B
N60 - What It Is and What It Is Not
Developing and Assessing GAPs Programs in Preparation for the FSMA
Chemical Contaminants: Preparing for the Unexpected
Food Safety and Risk Assessment
Food Plant GMPs: How Can Foreign Food Manufacturers Comply with U.S. Regulations?
"Waiter! There's a Fly in My Soup!"...and So Much More!
• Food Safety Insider: Rapid Micro Solutions

August/September 2011
August/September 2011

• Toward a Better American Product Recall System
Laboratory Testing: The Price of Bad Data
A Life Cycle Approach to Food Safety and Sustainability
Microbiological Contamination of Ready-To-Eat Seafood
Atmospehric Plasma Technology in the Meat Industry
Process Control and the FSMA
Sanitizers and Disinfectants: the Chemicals of Prevention
Understanding the Ancestry of the FSMA
A Closer Look at Chemical Contamination

June/July 2011
June/July 2011

• Food Safety: Top Concern of Food Industry CEOs
Moving Forward to Achieve Global Listeria Control
Ex Ante or Ex Post Food Safety Strategies: Process Validation versus Inspection and Testing
Inhibiting Listeria Growth to Improve Food Safety
Microbial Detection - Taking it to the Limits
The Reportable Food Registry: A Valuable New Tool for Preventing Foodborne Illness
In-plant Air Handling and Food Safety: There is a Connection
Food Safety Education for Ethnic Audiences
Advances in Spiral Plating Increase Reproducibility and Cost Savings

April/May 2011
April/May 2011

• Training in an Integrated Food Safety System: Focus on Food Protection Officials
• Customer-supplier Relationships: Microbiological Specifications for Raw Materials
• Food Safety Modernization Act: What's Next?
• The Implications of FSMA
• How Will We Validate Meat Plant HACCP Systems?
• Results of a New National Survey
• Inadequate Sanitation Results in Biofilm Formation
• The Value of Economics in Regulation: Examples from The Egg Rule
• Biofilms and Microorganisms on Surfaces After Cleaning and Disinfection
• How Should Packaging Be Addressed in Your Food Safety Program?

February/March 2011
February/March 2011

• Sanitary Design: A Competitive Advantage?
• The Journey to a State of Control

Managing the Microbiological Safety and Stability of Ready-to-eat Meat
Food Safety Interventions: Reducing Risk from Farm to Table
An Engineering Approach to Ensuring the Safety of Fresh and Fresh-cut Fruits and Vegetables
Proper Hand Washing: A Vital Food Safety Step
Indicator Organism Assays: Chaos, Confusion and Criteria
• Food Safety Insider: Sanitation Solutions


December 2010/January 2011
December 2010/January 2011

• Understanding and Managing Food Safety Risks
Organic Coffee Roasters: Ensuring Safe Coffee
Food Safety for Food Handlers
Confronting Food Safety Challenges Head-on in Produce
Moving Forward with ISO 22000
Developing a Cost-effective Sanitation Plan for Small-to-medium Processors

October/November 2010
October/November 2010

• Product Tracing in Food Systems: Legislation versus Reality
Listeria monocytogenes: Controlling the Hazard in RTE Meat and Poultry Processing Environments
Hygienic Design of Food Processing Facilities
Building and Effective Calibration Program
Lessons Learned and a Bit of History
Meeting Consumer Demands while Maintaining a Safe Food Supply
Creating a Positive Partnership Between Foodservice Establishments and Inspectors

August/September 2010
August/September 2010

• Technological Analyses: Adding Value for the Food Industry
Produce GAP Standards: Harmonizing Food Safety
Ensuring Safe Produce from Farm to Fork in Europe
Storage Considerations for Opened Packages of Ready-to-eat Meats
Activated and Electrolyzed Water: A Brief Review of a New Generation of Cleaners and Sanitizing Agents
Produce Safety: FDA Reaches Out to Producers and Packers
Incorporating Defense into HACCP
Make, Buy or Make Do? The Role of Automation in Analysis

June/July 2010
June/July 2010

• Getting In Tune with Global Food Safety
Food Safety through a Global Lens
Fast & Easy for the Consumer, but Prepared Safely?
A Look at the Food Safety Program at Butterball, LLC
Sampling, Part 2: Sampling Strategies
Cook-chill Reduced-oxygen Packaging in Retail and Foodservice Operations
Workings of the European Hygienic Engineering & Design Group

April/May 2010
April/May 2010

• Food Safety's New Regulatory Reality: Are You Prepared?
Control of Salmonella, Campylobactor and Other Bacteria in Raw Poultry
Something Old, Something New: Innovation with Existing Food Testing Technologies
Sampling, Part I: The Basics
Shifting the Emphasis from Product Testing to Process Testing
Verification: Making Sure Your Food Safety Management System is Working

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