Experts in food defense and security will address a range of important issues in this area, including risk-based approaches to food defense, threat intelligence, cyber vulnerabilities and critical infrastructure protection.
Illinois-based ProSource is recalling its whole, fresh onions; Keeler Family Farms is recalling red, yellow and white onions. FDA continues its traceback investigations to determine whether more products or suppliers have been affected by the contamination.
Hot topics include enterprise risk management and supplier certification management. Attendees will also hear from experts at GFSI and FDA.
USDA Deputy Under Secretary Sandra Eskin is leading the initiative and says it’s a top priority for the agency.
A low-cost oxygen isotope ratio simulation model has been developed.
Experts in recalls will walk attendees through the latest data and trends, provide tactical takeaways and discuss industry progress.
The action is part of the agency’s initiative to prioritize the safety of leafy greens following multistate E. coli outbreaks.
A sophisticated analytical method has been used to create a database that authenticates natural flavors.
Being approachable and available, helping others help themselves, and being known as champions of food safety and quality are practical ways any food safety and quality leader can be the face of food safety leading their organization to the food safety culture they crave.
During the keynote presentation, PepsiCo will discuss how to manage food safety in a world filled with volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.