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In this online feature, Food Safety Magazine readers find practical articles from food industry experts at service and technology development companies.

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Microorganism Confirmation and Identification with Mass Spectrometry: The Rise of MALDI-TOF
Microorganism Confirmation and Identification with Mass Spectrometry: The Rise of MALDI-TOF
November 9, 2018
By Daniele Sohier

All about the use of MALDI-TOF in routine testing of Salmonella spp., Cronobacter spp., Campylobacter spp., Listeria spp., and L. monocytogenes.

Foodservice Finds Sustainability Reduces Costs by 30 Percent
Foodservice Finds Sustainability Reduces Costs by 30 Percent
September 10, 2018
By Marty Sieh

As consumers continue to demand sustainable business practices across industries, restaurants and foodservice providers must adopt efficiency and sustainability in their day-to-day operations.

 

Nitrosamine Testing: Accelerating Speed to Market for Crop Protection Products
Nitrosamine Testing: Accelerating Speed to Market for Crop Protection Products
September 7, 2018
By Andrew James

How can new food products be thoroughly tested for nitrosamines?

Eliminating Metal Foreign Object Escapes with Multiscan Technology
Eliminating Metal Foreign Object Escapes with Multiscan Technology
September 6, 2018
By Bob Ries

Advances in metal detection technology are enabling dramatically more accurate and reliable detection of hard-to-detect metal contaminants in foods.

How Sharpening Food Safety Practices with IoT Technology can Reduce Foodborne Illness
How Sharpening Food Safety Practices with IoT Technology can Reduce Foodborne Illness
September 7, 2018
By John Colbert

With IoT technology in place, keeping your employees properly trained and abreast of food safety protocols can help keep a costly recall or outbreak at bay.

Agrian’s President Richard Machado Explains How New Demands for Data Require a Paperless Approach
Agrian’s President Richard Machado Explains How New Demands for Data Require a Paperless Approach
September 4, 2018
By Agrian

Food chain traceability sounds simple enough to the consumer, but for those of us in the industry, we know that it is a complex issue. Richard Machado, President at Agrian Inc., explains how new demands on food processors require consistent standards and advanced technology to keep up with the rapidly expanding world of data.

Why Savvy Foodservice Business Owners Are Embracing Digital Checklists
Why Savvy Foodservice Business Owners Are Embracing Digital Checklists
August 30, 2018
By Tom Woodbury

Accurate food safety and operational checklists are imperative in the foodservice industry. Advancements in technology have spawned the development of digital checklist apps that can save businesses time and money and prevent fraud—but choosing the right system is critical. Learn which features to look for in a digital checklist app for your foodservice business.  

FSMA and the Cold Chain: What You Need to Know about Temperature Monitoring
FSMA and the Cold Chain: What You Need to Know about Temperature Monitoring
August 3, 2018
By Gisli Herjolfsson

Controlant explains how end-to-end cold chain monitoring and temperature control can prevent food spoilage, lengthen shelf life, and avoid unfortunate foodborne illnesses.

Staying Abreast of Potential Regulation Changes Regarding Bis (2,4-dichlorobenzoyl) Peroxide
Staying Abreast of Potential Regulation Changes Regarding Bis (2,4-dichlorobenzoyl) Peroxide
August 15, 2018
By Mayte Alvarenga and Xiaoyi Fang

How can fast-paced food manufacturing keep up with an ever-changing regulatory environment? Saint-Gobain explains this in the realm of food contact materials and the regulations surrounding them.

Food Supply Chains are Ripe for Innovative Solutions to Reduce Waste and Carbon Footprint
Food Supply Chains are Ripe for Innovative Solutions to Reduce Waste and Carbon Footprint
July 17, 2018
By Stefan Reidy

Find out how to reduce the food waste and carbon footprint of your supply chain with the help of innovative technologies.

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