Although FDA recalls are up, these levels are considered normal and a result of the agency fully returning to regulatory activities in the face of the pandemic.
A letter to the president supports prioritizing vaccine distribution to essential workers in critical infrastructure industries—including those involved in ensuring that the agricultural and food supply chains remain operational.
The technology-based future we were anticipating to happen in 10 years is already here.
The pandemic has forced companies to take a much closer look at sanitation practices.
Experts will address decontamination, best practices, validation and more, along with a look behind one company’s recall due to Listeria.
During last week’s Food Safety Consortium keynote episode, Frank Yiannas, deputy commissioner for food policy and response, drove home the agency’s initiative surrounding more effective food traceability.
Since the onset of COVID-19, food manufacturers have strived to maintain employee well being by promoting proper hygiene, while producing essential goods. Implementing hygiene best practices will help keep sites on track and ensure employee safety.
The October 7 episode features discussions about developing your technology during a pandemic, the viral landscape of testing, and a look into the proposed FSMA rule on lab accreditation.
In addition to a special FDA Keynote Presentation, the October 1 episode will feature a lively panel of industry experts discussing lessons learned from COVID-19 as well as food safety trends during the pandemic.
Experts discuss how food companies can better manage worker safety and operational continuity in the face of a pandemic.