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Beef processor steps up E. coli testing to serotypes

August 10, 2011
Most processors routinely check for E. coli O157:H7, but other STEC serotypes are just as dangerous. This processor kicks food safety up a notch.

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International dialog proposes tighter controls on farm antibiotics

August 10, 2011
The casual use of antibiotics on farms leads to antibiotic residue in the meat consumed by humans, decreasing the efficacy of antibiotics when they’re actually needed and causing allergic reactions in some people.

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FDA takes action on illegal, antibiotic residues in veal

August 10, 2011
A California calf hauler received an injunction preventing its buying and selling of calves containing illegal and antibiotic drug residues.

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Third-Party Audits: Adopting an Open Door Policy

August 1, 2011
Bigger welcome mats are being laid out for third-party auditors as the food industry reconciles itself to customer and public demands for greater transparency.
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Manufacturing in the digital age: All aboard!

July 5, 2011
Processors that don’t seriously embrace automation could be left behind.

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New equipment lets chef prepare high-quality RTE meals

July 5, 2011
Smaller, continuous cooking systems provide consistent, delectable results compared to older batch-style systems whose results were often less than predictable.

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Rapid detection methods for common foodborne illnesses

July 5, 2011
New assay methods shorten the time food is held up in quarantine waiting for an OK to ship, while automation is taking the human error out of test results.

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US needs to get proactive on E. coli O104:H4

July 5, 2011
Noted food safety attorney says non-O157 bacteria should be called adulterants, too.

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9th Annual Replacement Parts Survey

July 1, 2011
Food Engineering readers provide insight into how their companies are recalibrating inventory needs to meet production demands.
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Disconnected business applications? Time to upgrade

June 15, 2011
Old, disconnected enterprise software applications required re-keyboarding and too many man-hours.  A unified solution proved a real timesaver.

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