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ISA to develop new mission-critical professional certification program

The new program is part of a $23 million grant from the Department of Labor to prepare workers for careers in “mission-critical operations.”
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ISA’s program will focus on industrial operations, a point of focus for many food and beverage processors.


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Cybersecurity certificate program based on ISA99/IEC 62443 series introduced

Those who complete a two-day course and a multiple-choice exam will be eligible to receive the certificate.
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Developed by ISA in conjunction with its sister organization Automation Federation, the certificate is designed to help automation professionals acquire a command of industrial cybersecurity terminology.


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New guidelines reduce risk of Salmonella in pork production

FSIS implemented updated Salmonella performance standards for poultry in 2011.
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As a result, market hogs now have the highest permissible Salmonella content of all raw carcass classes.
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3-A Sanitary Standards, Inc. invites Student Travel Scholarship Award applications

The program will help students participate in the organization’s annual education program, to be held May 12-16.
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To be eligible, a student must be enrolled full time in a food technology, food science, dairy science or related program.
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FDA to overhaul nutrition facts panel

The panel was last update 20 years ago, and the new look will reflect advances in knowledge about nutrition.
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The panel was last update 20 years ago, and the new look will reflect advances in knowledge about nutrition.
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FDA to investigate caramel coloring in soda following Consumer Reports study

The study showed varying levels of 4-methylimidazole in 12 brands of soda from 5 companies.
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The study showed varying levels of 4-methylimidazole in 12 brands of soda from 5 companies.


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California drought could mean higher food prices

A Sacramento newspaper reports farmers are idling thousands of acres, selling cattle stock prematurely and bulldozing hundreds of trees.
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A Sacramento newspaper reports farmers are idling thousands of acres, selling cattle stock prematurely and bulldozing hundreds of trees.
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DuPont Packaging announces call for entries in Awards for Packaging Innovation

New judging categories for the 26th annual awards include technological advancement, responsible packaging, and enhanced user experience.
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New judging categories for the 26th annual awards include technological advancement, responsible packaging, and enhanced user experience.
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At least 2 dead, 10 injured in Nebraska feed plant accident

Omaha's fire chief says the cause of the disaster remains unclear, but OSHA will investigate.
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Omaha's fire chief says the cause of the disaster remains unclear, but OSHA will investigate.
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Listeria scare spurs ham recall

Gusto Packing is recalling around 67 thousand pounds of spiral-sliced ham due to potential contamination.
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Gusto Packing is recalling around 67 thousand pounds of spiral-sliced ham due to potential contamination.
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