Understanding the value of proficiency testing programs and key considerations for designing and implementing a robust proficiency testing plan.
FDA answers more general questions surrounding the program.
Over the last 30 years, multiple technology transitions have occurred to improve food safety. Now, NGS offers an unprecedented opportunity to protect against likely threats in food, create the highest quality private databases, and customize internal reporting based on top-of-the-line science and business practices.
Nano-based technologies for rapid pathogen testing are drawing interest.
FDA’s Eric Brown, Ph.D. and Marc Allard, Ph.D. explain in detail how FDA’s program for characterizing foodborne pathogens works in a two part column.
The study also helped detect and halt an outbreak of Listeriosis linked to sprouts.
The United States has assured the World Organization for Animal Health that its poultry is free of highly pathogenic avian influenza.
The partnership will facilitate collaboration among food safety and science professionals through CSIFT’s Supplier Night and IPC’s 2017 Food Safety Consortium.
The technology can help companies monitor and identify risk factors and adverse food events.
Former FDA Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine Michael Taylor reflects on industry’s progress and what the future holds.