Topics include a review of the newly published FSSC 22000 Version 5 and the impact of the new ISO 22000:2018.
This year’s sessions include an opening keynote from FDA’s Frank Yiannas and expert panels on recalls, food defense, leadership and supply chain transparency.
Unsafe horsemeat made its way into the human food supply.
As companies continue to struggle with supply chain visibility, one cross-industry group is working together to learn how to realistically leverage the benefits of blockchain.
A review of non-conformities and vulnerability assessment tools.
The food safety industry is changing with advanced technology and, believe it or not, those changes are going to happen sooner or later.
Twelve percent of expensive “French grown” kiwis are not grown in France after all.
The enforcement discretion applies to entities that grow, harvest, pack and hold wine grapes, hops, pulse crops and almonds.
Mislabeling of seafood continues to be a big issue.
The agency released an overview of its investigation, with the finding that one farm in Santa Barbara County, California tested positive for the outbreak strain of E.coli O157:H7—but also that that one farm cannot explain the whole outbreak.