- THE MAGAZINE
- FOOD MASTER
Articles by Richard F. Stier, Contributing Editor
The consequences of not doing so can be severe.
One company has developed a series of allergen tags that can be used not only for products in the warehouse, but also work-in-process and process records.
Metal detection is a fact of life in the food processing industry. Most processors, whether they process snacks, meats, grains or liquids, have either metal detectors or X-ray machines to detect and control metal contamination.
Start now to evaluate current defense programs and assess the potential for intentional contamination.
Finished product testing, by itself, isn’t adequate to guarantee the safety of foods.
Doors, gates and windows are integral parts of food defense and food safety.