There continues to be confusion about what compliance with the Sanitary Transportation rule should actually look like in practice.
Ensuring the safety of food products for consumers is a key goal of a food safety culture.
Sanitation is in fact the most important function that will happen in every single factory, packinghouse, deli, or restaurant every single day.
There is a significant amount of research regarding the potential impact of the use of antibiotics in animal feeds on the occurrence of antibiotic resistance.
Since food contamination occurs mostly at the surface of food, food packaging plays an important role in preventing the growth of spoilage and pathogenic microorganisms.
Millennials are demanding affordable, healthy, and local food choices that are driving food safety innovation.
Washing and rinsing the produce with water alone are not sufficient to eliminate pathogens.
We checked in again with processors to find out more about how FSMA compliance has affected their operations, costs, and the biggest issues they say that they still face.