“Food Safety Culture: Storytelling to Shape, Reinforce, and Inspire” is the ninth webinar in the ongoing series, Collaborating on Culture in the New Era of Smarter Food Safety.
The FSQA community is on the cusp of a resurgence in activity, training and investments. Even before the pandemic, there was an overall sense of FSMA and GFSI fatigue. I am seeing a collective increase in FSQA activity that has not been present in many years.
Food organizations are undertaking a wide variety of data-oriented technology initiatives and face a profusion of technology solutions vying for attention, nearly all promising new levels of insight and productivity. While the landscape is complex, there are five basic steps that teams can take to help ensure that their technology investments are set up for long-term success.
The game-changing potential of IoT asset tracking in enhancing safety and traceability across the supply chain.
“Frank is a visionary in the food supply chain, using his insight, knowledge and passion for innovation to enhance food safety and safeguard public health. We are excited to welcome him to the iFoodDS board of directors.”
The challenge of complete supply chain compliance from one end of the spectrum to the other warrants cooperation across many lines: state, national, linguistic, cultural and economic to name a few. The need for intuitive solutions and an easy to implement process is paramount.
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.
The FDA has posted new frequently asked questions and additional tools related to the FSMA Food Traceability Rule to help clarify how the rule applies to specific situations and commodities.
Out of the 747 samples collected from March 2021 to January 2022, four were detected to have either Listeria monocytogenes or Salmonella spp—three of which originated from the same facility.
Conor Kearney, former Senior Vice President of Strategy and Operations, has been appointed CEO of FoodChain ID. He succeeds Brad Riemenapp, who passed away in May.