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Articles Tagged with ''food quality control''
A global food maker, a developer of certified audit programs and consultants discuss non-regulatory onsite plant audits and how they improve food safety, customer compliance and food quality.
Chlorine- and ammonia-based disinfectants and sanitizers are typically used as interventions or rinses to eliminate dangerous bacteria, fungi, viruses and foodborne pathogens on food preparation and food processing areas.
Test results should be accurate and simple to understand.
FSIS recommends refrigerated food be thrown out if left out for more than two hours.
X-ray systems detect foreign objects by measuring the density of product and detecting differences or irregularities.
The company uses the highest-quality production equipment and maintains vigilance in seeing that each jar of salsa meets the demanding standards of every other jar.