Food Technology Consulting and its team of consultants, trainers and auditors have been helping companies in the development, implementation, and maintenance of effective food safety programming for more than 20 years.
The food industry continues to face significant, simultaneous crises that threaten our food supply, including product and labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, the ongoing Russian-Ukrainian war, and climate change. As we look ahead to what’s coming in 2023, it’s clear that technology is key to managing these ongoing challenges.
The USDA FSIS is seeking comments on sample dataset and data documentation as it prepares to publish its next establishment-specific dataset on exploratory and special program poultry sampling.
The No.1 priority for food manufacturers is ensuring their products reach customers in a healthy and safely consumable state. One of the key factors in ensuring safety is maintaining proper temperature in storage and transportation. Connected data loggers are cost-effective technology options that can save thousands of dollars and hours of hassle by alerting users to temperature issues before the only safe course of action becomes product disposal.
The pandemic opened our eyes to the fragility of the food supply chain. Now is the time to recognize ongoing and emerging threats and develop backup plans to prepare for future food crises.
Data analysis from more than 2,000 food industry professionals revealed challenges in employee training as well as specific actions that enable companies to have stronger food safety outcomes
It is essential for food brands to get a better handle on their supply chains by using tools to organize supplier certifications into a system they can see and manage. These innovative and increasingly affordable technologies can help brands make more informed decisions and ensure they are working with suppliers whose ESG ideals align with their own.
Understanding the three core components of an environmental control program for RTEs as well as the areas that pose the highest risk of contamination and regulatory action will help you develop and maintain a safer food processing facility.
New tools and technologies can improve food logistics planning to reduce loss, enhance safety and prevent black swan events in the supply chain.
The courses, developed for individuals conducting self-assessments and verification audits of the FDA Retail Food Program Standards, are now open for registration.