Companies are urged to use the time during the COVID-19 pandemic to reassess their supply chain and update their recall plan.
Many questions about implementation, confidentiality, discrimination and length of record retention remain.
The COVID-19 pandemic has upended events worldwide. In order to ensure the safety of attendees and speakers, the Consortium will convene as a series running from September–November.
Spectroscopy-based methods to determine wheat adulteration.
More than 550 employees at the Storm Lake facility have the virus.
The agencies want to ensure that the food supply chain remains strong in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
More than 10,000 workers at meat plants have reportedly been infected or exposed.
The agency recently released a guidance document that provides recommendations on how vehicles and storage units can be cleaned and disinfected after being used to store dead bodies during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the food retailers and the supply chain experience significant increase in product demand, transparency and strong supplier relationships are more important than ever.
Held on May 27, the complimentary event will offer practical tips on best practices to mitigate workplace exposure, along with cleaning and sanitation advice.