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Enfield Farms, a Lynden, WA-based family-owned and operated business for more than 30 years, produces high-quality blueberries and raspberries, maintaining complete control over every aspect of its berry products.
RM Foods has grown from a supplier to restaurants, El Torito and Acapulco, to a much larger customer base that now includes retailers and bigbox stores such as Trader Joe’s, Costco, Sam’s Club and Whole Foods.
Dutch Gold Honey has grown into the largest family-owned honey company in the US. Located in Lancaster, PA, its products include 11 honey varietals, an organic honey and three varieties of maple syrup.
Ice forming on freezer ceilings is a food safety regulatory issue and a sign of energy waste.
Producer meets PTI and FSMA objectives while elevating quality with a paperless electronic system.
Fresh pizza dough likes to cling to trays and equipment, making it tough to clean them effectively by hand.
A new cryogenic freezing tunnel uses less nitrogen and is easy to clean.
Images from Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo in Naples, Florida, April 14-17, 2013.
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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