The food industry is facing unprecedented challenges when it comes to ensuring the safety and security of the global food supply chain. A risk-based approach focused on prevention, continuous improvement, and stakeholder collaboration is needed to be proactive in identifying and managing potential risks throughout the food supply chain. By adopting new practices, the food industry can ensure a safe and secure food supply chain.
The report looked at trends in Salmonella serotypes and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in certain food animal species and products sampled from 2014 through 2019 as part of FSIS NARMS sampling.
The Trailblazer program is part of a $150 million effort to boost growth and innovation in Australia’s food and beverage industry.
The final guidance includes recommendations on the requirements to analyze the hazards in food; evaluate a potential foreign supplier’s performance and the risk posed by the food; and determine and conduct appropriate foreign supplier verification activities.
Assessing your company’s readiness level is a crucial part of the compliance process.
Clearing up compliance confusion between the FSMA PC regulation and how it fits with a GFSI-approved food safety scheme.
The agency’s new deputy commissioner for foods and veterinary medicine comments on FSMA implementation.
Union group demands that the restaurant chain address the health and safety violations of one of its suppliers.
Leadership programs help to give food safety professionals the tools necessary to create and maintain a culture of prevention.
Advanced method may improve the safety and quality of packaged vegetables.