Embracing new technologies is key to reducing disruption in food delivery and ensuring food safety.
An upcoming decision by the Supreme Court could have an enormous impact upon the nation’s pork supply and prices, as well as reverberations affecting interstate commerce in several industries.
The baby formula recalls of 2022 are a cautionary tale for food manufacturers across the country. Here are some lessons that food manufacturers can learn from that tragic event so they can avoid the mistakes that caused a major crisis.
More than 300 scientists will consider the evidence on over 25 virus families and bacteria—as well as “Disease X” (an unknown pathogen that could cause a serious international epidemic)—and recommend a list of priority pathogens that need further research and investment.
Researchers found that the adapted Quantitative Risk Analysis model using Epidemic Curve prediction was able to identify the root cause of a 2019 Salmonella outbreak, providing a new tool for investigators.
Undeclared allergens remain a leading cause of recalls with three new announcements in the past week.
“There are a lot of failures in the farm-to-fork process that can be identified after the fact. ESG many be a tool to provide more clarity before an outbreak or recall occurs.”
The damage caused by mislabeling or neglecting to clearly outline an allergen in a food product can be colossal.
When it comes to foodborne illness, U.S. statistics suggest a massive food safety issue. But even a slight improvement in those numbers can have a huge impact on affected consumers.
Some sound bytes on what food safety and quality stakeholders had to say about important industry issues.