There is a reliable method to detect starch adulteration.
Effective food testing workflows are essential to ensure products do not exceed regulatory-defined safe levels.
Food traceability issues are becoming more commonplace.
The last-mile of food delivery may just be the most complicated one.
A new breed of technology is playing a role in killing germs before they even have a chance to take a seat at our tables.
Criminal food adulteration is still an underestimated, yet growing issue in Europe.
FDA’s final rule “Current Good Manufacturing Practice, Hazard Analysis, and Risk-Based Preventive Controls for Human Food” requires that preventive controls be verified to ensure that they are consistently and effectively implemented. Who Should Attend: Anyone involved in food safety or quality assurance, including preventive control qualified individuals, retailers, consultants, educators, students, and government professionals.
The FSPCA Annual Conference provides stakeholders with an in-depth analysis of the latest information on FSMA implementation, activities of the FSPCA and the opportunity to network with food safety professionals from around the globe.
A multistate outbreak has been linked to ground bison from Quebec-based Northfork Bison Distributions, Inc.
Adulteration of honey with added sugars is rising globally.