Debra Freedman, Ph.D., is an experienced educator, curriculum scholar and researcher. She has worked at Food Protection and Defense Institute since 2014.
The answers to these five questions can help you build a comprehensive food safety plan and develop a positive food safety culture in your organization.
The FDA will provide an overview of the draft guidance “Actions Levels for Lead in Juice” and answer stakeholder questions.
GFSI acts as an official observer to Codex, providing input and recommendations, and is also observing to help ensure this work does not reinvent the wheel, but identifies, collects and utilizes existing work from experts that have been working on this topic for the past decade.
The USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) announced an investment of $25 million for meat and poultry agriculture workforce training and more than $5 million to mitigate antimicrobial resistance across the food chain.
The goal now is not to get food safety back to 2019 levels but to build it better.
The ASIS Food Defense and Ag Security Community, in partnership with the Food Defense Consortium, is seeking comments on the draft of a new resource document in an effort to help the industry implement more effective risk-based mitigation strategies related to food defense.
Experts in food defense and security will address a range of important issues in this area, including risk-based approaches to food defense, threat intelligence, cyber vulnerabilities and critical infrastructure protection.
The guide includes links to federal resources in food and agriculture, and case studies concerning food adulteration, IP theft and active shooter incidents that were carried about by insiders.
Cyber-physical attacks shift to industrial control systems across the supply chain.