The pandemic continues to challenge the food industry from farm to fork, with some manufacturers struggling to keep up with consumer demand due to labor shortages and supply chain issues.
Here’s how artificial intelligence can play a vital role in food supply chain visibility and decision making.
Being approachable and available, helping others help themselves, and being known as champions of food safety and quality are practical ways any food safety and quality leader can be the face of food safety leading their organization to the food safety culture they crave.
To affect change and drive more equality in the food industry, we need to work together and address unconscious bias. This month’s conversation discusses these important issues with John Carter of Ferrero.
Evaluating workload, providing clarity around decision making, and focusing on mindset are three practical steps your Food Safety & Quality Team can take to lead food safety culture.
Enjoy every chapter of your food safety career and life. Ask questions, learn and take advantage of networking with mentors.
A summary of the top food safety training research publications in the last year, with links to the full papers or abstract. The research covers effective training delivery, topics of priority, methods of evaluation, and recommendations for improving outcomes in food safety training.
Having a leadership role in the non-profit sector requires taking an all-inclusive approach to business and people.
Harnessing the power of intuition and emotion are powerful tools to use in the leadership journey.
The risk of opportunistic litigation based on California Prop 65 drives the need to monitor updates and enforcement of this right to know law. All companies must understand their supply chains, evaluate use of California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) listed chemicals in products and packaging, and develop a plan for monitoring and complying with this law.