3 Part Series - Leading the Charge for Food Safety Capacity Building: Four Global Initiatives – Part Two Voluntary Recall: Is Your Food Business Prepared to Act Quickly? Ensuring Pet Food Safety: Big Challenges, Steady Results

3 Part Series - Leading the Charge for Food Safety Capacity Building: Four Global Initiatives – Part Two

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Voluntary Recall: Is Your Food Business Prepared to Act Quickly?

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Ensuring Pet Food Safety: Big Challenges, Steady Results

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Food Recall Portals

Food Recall Portals

Food recall portals provide centralized resources and information for consumers, governments, and/or industry. They help maximize the efficiency of food recall alerts and execution, and include communication tools that can improve collaboration between parties. World Health Organization (WHO) - INFOSAN The International Food Safety Authorities Network (http://www.who.int/foodsafety/fs_management/infosan/en/) (INFOSAN) is a joint initiative...

Food Safety Training

A critical step on the road to certification is understanding the need to create a food safety culture (/food-safety/food-safety/food-safety-culture) within an organization, regardless of its size. Food safety initiatives do not happen by accident and require the intentional commitment of leaders at all levels within an organization, starting with its...

Food Safety Regulations

Food Safety Regulations

Modern day food safety regulations were developed on sound scientific principles to protect consumers from incidents of foodborne illness and death. In the modern information age of 24-hour news cycles and social media, expectations have changed drastically from 100 years ago. Consumers...

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