It seems like everyone is watching what they’re eating, but when food labeling isn’t clear or consistent, it can be hard to tell what’s actually on your plate. What information do food labels have now, and what can we do to make food labeling more consistent?
The collaboration will bring an enhanced perspective on how industry can address sanitation challenges.
Various media reports can be used to inform food fraud vulnerability assessments.
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There are a number of high-risk zones for food companies.
FDA says there’s no reason to avoid the product anymore and is recommending that romaine lettuce is labeled with a harvest location and date.
2018 was the year of buzz for blockchain. Questions remain over its potential, benefits and complete adoption by the food industry.
Mission critical activities, including responding to foodborne illness outbreaks, will continue.
Today’s technology generates data that is important for mitigating risk and protecting brand reputation.
It’s been a busy year, and not in a good way.