There are many common pitfalls resulting in non-conformances during a typical audit. Don Milne, DNV’s Food and Beverage Sector Manager and Senior Lead Auditor qualified in FSSC 22000, BRC, ISO 9001, RSPO and formerly an executive manager with extensive experience in the TIC (Testing, Inspection and Certification) and years in the food industry at multinationals talks about his observations at the companies he audits.
The Spring program of the Food Safety Consortium Virtual Conference Series kicks off with a keynote address from FDA’s Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response, Frank Yiannas, and stakeholder discussions about industry transformation.
By understanding best practices and lessons learned from early adopters of technology, food safety professionals can undertake successful digital transformations that efficiently and effectively arm them with improved data access and actionability that ultimately results in reduced food safety risks and increased quality.
The added measure takes into consideration the unique characteristics of controlled environment agriculture.
Extensive fraud in Greek honey imports has been discovered.
Increased regulatory scrutiny could change the landscape of phthalate litigation as it relates to exposure through food.
The law expands the definition of major food allergen to include sesame.
An Indian snack maker files a lawsuit against a Georgia-based company.
The issue was uncovered during routine product sampling by FSIS.
Adulterated alcoholic beverages caused more than two-dozen deaths.