The past two years have pushed food companies to the limit, as they have worked tirelessly to ensure that safe, quality food is delivered to the consumer amidst an evolving global pandemic.
Here’s a quick look at the most popular articles this year.
A series of ongoing challenges is making the case for automation in seafood processing a compelling one for companies struggling with high demand and an inconsistent labor supply.
The agency is taking steps to reduce exposure to toxic elements in food.
The agency is not requesting a recall because the affected products are no longer available for consumers to purchase.
The recalled products were distributed to retail locations nationwide.
The interagency effort helps public health partners identify new types and patterns of antimicrobial resistance and changes over time.
The organic product was distributed and sold by Whole Foods, Aldi and LIDL.
As manufacturers try to manage supply chain challenges, they frequently have to find new suppliers or change processes and formulas on the fly. These unanticipated changes can lead to shortcuts that create risks to consumers and cause food recalls.
Experts discussed a range of global topics, with the organization’s commitment to food safety and sustainability being a key theme.