Flexible Food Packaging means Safer Food

Flexible Food Packaging means Safer Food »

By Jaan Koel Flexible packaging has become an obvious solution for brands in the past few years. It is easier to ship for
How to be ahead of the curve with the “free-from” claim

How to be ahead of the curve with the “free-from” claim »

By Jaclyn Bowen Chemical compounds such as BPA and phthalates are found in a variety of food and consumer packaging. They are not
How to be Audit Ready

How to be Audit Ready »

By Baharak Chegeni Being “audit ready” is a hot topic in the food safety industry, as any expert would agree that audits are
Latest Pathogen Technology Allows Real-time Effectiveness of Cleaning

Latest Pathogen Technology Allows Real-time Effectiveness of Cleaning »

By Mark McInnes Cleaning is a fundamental for the safety of any environment. The deposit of microbial organisms on surfaces occurs continuously and
Dubai Leadership: The digitization of Food Safety Management

Dubai Leadership: The digitization of Food Safety Management »

By John G. Keogh “Food safety management will go completely digital by the end of 2020” according to Jehaina Al Ali from the
The Dangerous Side of Food Fraud

The Dangerous Side of Food Fraud »

By Karen Constable  Food fraud occurs when food is used deceptively for economic gain, as such, food fraud is not typically committed with the primary intention of causing
Food and Cannabis Industries to Pay Heed to the Good Manufacturing Practices

Food and Cannabis Industries to Pay Heed to the Good Manufacturing Practices »

By Kathy Knutson The cannabis industry is currently experiencing explosive growth, both in the United States and internationally. Yet the current landscape is
Temperature Control: Affordable, Real-time Data Recorders Finally Available

Temperature Control: Affordable, Real-time Data Recorders Finally Available »

Posted: Tuesday, September 17 2019 By Bryan Smith There are many reasons why controlling the storage environment during
Preventive Control Plans and the New Canadian Regulations

Preventive Control Plans and the New Canadian Regulations »

By Tammy Switucha Food safety issues can lead to serious health risks for the public and they are costly for businesses responsible for
Extending the Shelf Life of Agricultural Products: Five Approaches for Success

Extending the Shelf Life of Agricultural Products: Five Approaches for Success »

By: Gaganpreet Kaur Saini Agricultural products are highly perishable, which makes shelf life a vital issue for growers, processors and retailers. Shelf