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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.

Published exclusively on our webiste, Signature Series articles both further discussion of topics covered in the magazine and begin new topic threads, providing a value-added resource for food safety and quality assurance professionals.

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Environmental Sampling Tools: Can It Put Your Food Safety Program at Risk?
Environmental Sampling Tools: Can It Put Your Food Safety Program at Risk?
September 22, 2017
By Gabriela Martinez

Biocides are chemical agents intended to destroy or control microorganisms that can cause damage to manufactured products.

Selecting Seals for Global Food-Contact Applications
Selecting Seals for Global Food-Contact Applications
September 26, 2017
By Michael McNally

How do the U.S. and E.U. regulate food-contact substances and how they are applied to food?

 

Connected Technology Advances Food Safety
Connected Technology Advances Food Safety
September 18, 2017
By Jamie Daubenspeck and Paul Kuck

With current monitoring capabilities and access to data, foodservice professionals have untapped opportunities to leverage technology for improvements to safety processes. 

Case Studies of Rapid Tests in Manufacturing Facilities
Case Studies of Rapid Tests in Manufacturing Facilities
August 28, 2017
By Emily Kaufman

How do on-site rapid allergen tests increase sales, prevent recalls and reduce costs? Read more to find out.

Remote Monitoring Services Can Help Prevent Food Safety and Loss Issues
Remote Monitoring Services Can Help Prevent Food Safety and Loss Issues
June 19, 2017
By Ron Chapek

Maintaining food quality is job one for retailers. To do this, retailers should monitor food equipment from when the merchandise leave production facilities to their grocery shelves.

The Future of Food: How to Correct and Prevent a Food Safety Crisis
The Future of Food: How to Correct and Prevent a Food Safety Crisis
June 15, 2017
By Don Low

Having a food manufacturing process in place is a must if food safety is at the core of your business. Here is an overview of what such a process should consist of.

Making the Grade: Four Ways to Prepare for Your Commercial Kitchen Health Inspection
Making the Grade: Four Ways to Prepare for Your Commercial Kitchen Health Inspection
March 15, 2017
By Breann Marvin-Loffing

A commercial kitchen can undergo a health inspection when it’s least expected. To prepare for inspectors’ unannounced visits, facility managers should take these simple steps to make sure their kitchen is up to code throughout the year.

Achieving Higher Standards of Food Safety
Achieving Higher Standards of Food Safety
January 24, 2017
By Sean Riley

As deadlines for Food Safety Modernization Act compliance draw near, now is the time for food processors to prepare.

Global Standards Impacting Food and Beverage Processors
Global Standards Impacting Food and Beverage Processors
January 18, 2017
By Iuliana Nita

Today’s global economy calls for an intimate understanding of regulations affecting materials that come into contact with food substances.

Sanitary Design’s Role in Fresh Produce Processing to Prevent Listeria Contamination
Sanitary Design’s Role in Fresh Produce Processing to Prevent Listeria Contamination
January 12, 2017
By Elis Owens, Ph.D.

Investing in effective sanitary design not only lowers food safety risks but can lead to significant cost savings by avoiding the financial impact of a recall.

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