Can Coronavirus be Transmitted Via Food? We Found out.

Can Coronavirus be Transmitted Via Food? We Found out. »

By Jayne Roth Restaurants, processing facilities and other food-centered businesses have been disproportionately impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic as these are typically
Trending: Less Recalls in 2020 but Increases in Food Fraud Predicted Ahead

Trending: Less Recalls in 2020 but Increases in Food Fraud Predicted Ahead »

By Giannis Stoitis As we look back on a challenging year for the food industry, we have observed that food recalls
Investing In CRISPR, The First Programmable Antimicrobial

Investing In CRISPR, The First Programmable Antimicrobial »

Suzanne Osborne The name Salmonella seems synonymous with food poisoning. But, of the 2,600 Salmonella subtypes, only 50 can cause illness in humans.
Economic Nationalism and its Impact on Food Safety

Economic Nationalism and its Impact on Food Safety »

By Sylvain Charlebois The era we are in is awkward, to say the least. As countries are trying to capitalize on trade agreements,
Virtual Training can be just as Compelling as In Person, Here’s How

Virtual Training can be just as Compelling as In Person, Here’s How »

By Jayne Roth Shall I say it? Covid19 ad nauseum 2020… The world as we know it has changed. What now? We persevere!
Does the GFSI System Allow for a Thorough Audit?

Does the GFSI System Allow for a Thorough Audit? »

By Cameron Prince and Rich Simmons There is distinct value to having global standards, such as the certification programs benchmarked to the
What we Need to Know for the Coming 2nd Wave

What we Need to Know for the Coming 2nd Wave »

By Keith Warriner In December 2019, I heard that China was going to lock-down a major city and build a hospital from scratch
Can Phage Therapy Replace Antibiotics in Growth Promotion?

Can Phage Therapy Replace Antibiotics in Growth Promotion? »

By Suzanne Osborne Antibiotics are used extensively in the meat and poultry industry to treat sick animals, prevent disease, and to promote
How to Manage Risks in the Food Industry Post-COVID-19

How to Manage Risks in the Food Industry Post-COVID-19 »

By Brita Ball The pandemic has led to thousands of essential food workers becoming ill or asymptomatic carriers of the virus. Many
Local Farmers’ Markets, Not as Safe as You Think

Local Farmers’ Markets, Not as Safe as You Think »

By Suzanne Osborne Consumers are increasingly concerned with where their food is produced. Fear of industrial farming, a desire to support the local