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Items Tagged with 'food safety'
Azodicarbonamide in nearly 500 US foods, according to environmental health research and advocacy group
The final deadline for the rule on intentional adulteration will come in May 2016.
The center believes rules on fast-tracking undermine food safety.
One death and a handful of illnesses have been reported.
EFSA says less than 75 mg of caffeine is not an alertness aid, and the cholesterol-reduction benefits of plant sterols may not be communicated in food supplements.
On-Demand: SQF 2000, FSMA, ISO 22000/PAS220 and other standards continue to gain traction in an attempt to create safer foods and beverages.Read More
On Demand Attendees of this webinar will learn the three distinct "kill step" validation methods, methods for validating key elements of a food safety plan, ways of preventing recontamination, and be provided online resources for accessing and sharing thermal inactivation data.Read More
Food Automation & Manufacturing Conference and Expo - Food Safety Modernization Act: Are You Fully Prepared?
On Demand Under FSMA, food safety programs will shift to a prevention-based approach to food contamination, and all registered food facility will be required to develop a written hazard analysis and risk-based controls plan. This shift requires more detailed recordkeeping and active involvement by management.Read More