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A bill was vetoed in Maine, and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is noncommittal about raw milk’s future in his state.
Previous FDA investigation has shown low levels of harmful inorganic arsenic in apple juice.
Written objections and requests for a hearing will be accepted until August 2012.
Learn how it could benefit your operation’s processing, maintenance and sanitation procedures.
FDA proposed using target timeframes, but a judge ordered a date be set.
FSIS has yet to implement a new inspection program.
FDA estimates new regulations will cost the average factory around $13,000 and will be enforced with new powers to fine, initiate recalls or shut down noncompliant businesses.
Goals include improved preventive controls for Salmonella and E. coli and detection of allergens and gluten in food.
Scientists recommend pregnant women adopt a safety first approach, given the difficulty of assessing exposure risk.
Meet the winner of Food Engineering's 2013 Sustainable Plant of the Year Award, Plumrose Council Bluffs. Read more about the plant in the article.
The Food Defense Strategy Exchange (FDSE) is a forum for food defense professionals to interact and share their knowledge and experiences. At the most recent FDSE, a poll of attendees revealed that approximately two-thirds were either re-evaluating their existing food defense plan, or implementing new food defense plans. In this podcast, Don Hsieh, Director of Commercial and Industrial Marketing at Tyco Integrated Security, discusses this topic and other findings from the exchange, and offers some best practices to proactively protect a company’s brand from food adulteration.
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