As a member of the Alliance to Stop Foodborne Illness, Kellogg has been implementing global strategies to strengthen its food safety culture. Sherry Brice, Chief Supply Chain Officer at WK Kellogg Company, and Vanessa Coffman, Ph.D., Alliance Program Director at Stop Foodborne Illness, share their insights on training, rewards and free tools that can help food companies of all sizes enhance their food safety culture.
A recent study that tracked the investigation into a Salmonella outbreak in Quebec, Canada, found that contamination in a restaurant’s drain system—potentially caused by the extinguishment of a kitchen fire—led to the spread of the pathogen.
The FDA and Stop Foodborne Illness are hosting a complimentary webinar, “Facing Food Safety Challenges through Culture and Persistence,” on September 13. The event is the eighth webinar in the ongoing food safety culture series developed for industry professionals.
The success of food enterprises hinges on timely deliveries and cost optimization. In this article, we explore efficient route planning in the food industry and how the adoption of route planning software can enhance overall operations.
On October 16-18, food safety and quality professionals will gather at the 2023 Food Safety Consortium in Parsippany, New Jersey, to share lessons learned, join discussions with regulatory bodies and gain knowledge on how to mitigate current and coming food safety challenges.
Certain types of sanitizers can be used in food service and food processing facilities on surfaces such as dishes and utensils. Historically, EPA guidance has addressed the addition of claims against bacteria—but not against viruses—to products registered only with sanitizing claims. If the draft guidance is finalized, it could lead to changes in the FDA Food Code to reflect new labeling regulations.
In today’s unpredictable landscape, crisis management plans are essential for reducing downtime, safeguarding food quality and maintaining customer trust.
Real-time supply chain monitoring helps brands optimize operations, safety, efficiency, and performance throughout the supply chain. By leveraging real-time data, organizations can identify potential disruptions in the supply chain and take prompt, proactive measures to address and resolve them.
This article explores the multifaceted nature of website and social media images related to food safety and marketing, focusing on its impact on accountability, brand reputation, liability, adherence to the FDA Food Code regulations and legal ramifications.
Following the world premiere of “Poisoned: The Dirty Truth About Your Food,” Dr. Darin Detwiler discusses his goals in taking part in the documentary, who the film aims to reach, and changes that could be implemented to strengthen America’s food safety system.