Food Safety Magazine

April/May 2020

April/May 2020
April 16, 2020
Regulators Burdened by the Velocity of Innovation in Nontraditional Food Operations
Regulators Burdened by the Velocity of Innovation in Nontraditional Food Operations

To remain viable, food operators may need to enter nontraditional areas as a way to increase their brand.

April 16, 2020
The Meaning of Food Safety
The Meaning of Food Safety

What does “food safety” actually mean to members of the food industry? We asked; you told us.

April 16, 2020
Partners with a Common Purpose: Industry and Regulators Partner in Food Safety and Defense
Partners with a Common Purpose: Industry and Regulators Partner in Food Safety and Defense

Partners with a Common Purpose initiative seeks to establish equal partnership between industry and regulatory representatives.

April 16, 2020
Traceability: Myths and Misnomers
Traceability:  Myths and Misnomers

Traceability can be viewed from the perspectives of record keeping, the physical commingling of product, and the challenges when several foods are vehicles for a common source of contamination.

April 16, 2020
Analytical Testing in Food Safety Continues to Grow
Analytical Testing in Food Safety Continues to Grow

No trend has been reported as being more impactful than the increase in the amount of analytical testing being conducted—especially the increase in testing for microorganisms.

April 16, 2020
The Processing Authority in the Era of Novel and Emerging Non-Thermal Preservation Techniques
The Processing Authority in the Era of Novel and  Emerging Non-Thermal  Preservation Techniques

High hydrostatic pressure in combination with heat, involving either an acidified or low-acid food that is intended for ambient distribution, must involve the expert services of a processing authority.

April 16, 2020
Getting Sanitation out of the Reclean/Retest Rut
Getting Sanitation out of the Reclean/Retest Rut

Food companies and regulators have become increasingly vigilant for environmental pathogens in manufacturing facilities, with problems triggering swab-a-thons and even recalls.

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