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
Auditor Shortage Slowly Being Addressed

Auditor Shortage Slowly Being Addressed »

Posted: Tuesday, October 15, 2019 By Lois Harris Better use of technology could help ease the labour shortage in the auditing field according to
Using Innovative Technology to Solve Historic Food Safety Challenges

Using Innovative Technology to Solve Historic Food Safety Challenges »

Posted: Tuesday, October 15, 2019 By Jacki Ross For decades, the entire food industry has complied with cross-border U.S. Food and Drug Administration
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
Food Safety and Shifting Global Pressures: Are We Ready? Part 2

Food Safety and Shifting Global Pressures: Are We Ready? Part 2 »

Posted: Tuesday, August 14 2019   In the first part of this two-part series on Food Safety and Shifting Global Pressures, we
Give Your Customers The Novel Foods They Want – Safely

Give Your Customers The Novel Foods They Want – Safely »

Posted: Tuesday, July 16 2019 By Margaret Spence Krewen With the globalization of the food supply and consumer demand for more global food
Understanding Global Threats To Food Safety: Part 1

Understanding Global Threats To Food Safety: Part 1 »

Posted: Tuesday, July 16 2019 By Dr. Jennifer van de Ligt Living within a global food system means consumers across the globe are
Empathy Key to Building a Strong Food Safety Culture

Empathy Key to Building a Strong Food Safety Culture »

By Joan Martino Is employee behaviour aligned with better food safety outcomes? Unquestionably the answer is, “yes!” but it comes packaged along with
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
ELearning or Classroom Training: Which is Best?

ELearning or Classroom Training: Which is Best? »

Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 By Jennefer Griffith The traditional classroom isn’t the only place to get a food safety education or up-skill your