Food safety and regulation covers everything from equipment and hygiene to legislation, HACCP, alerts and scares carrying plant implications, recalls, software, sensors, control management and cleaning.
A supermarket has issued a nationwide recall of its Baby Macro Organic Tomato Chicken with Pasta Puree after a mother found a metal blade inside the packaging.
red24assist has launched a web-based tool designed to enable food professionals to locate shortfalls in their safety programs.
FMI Connect, the annual food event, is focusing on technology and services that increase the safety of food across the supply chain.
An ammonia leak at a Farmland Foods pork processing facility has injured three employees, one seriously.
Sanitizing surfaces to eradicate food pathogens is only half the battle, according to one expert; airborne pathogens also must be dealt with for a safe food supply.
Continental Carbonic promises a way to clean food production equipment with less water and faster results than conventional methods.
Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered a material found in blueberry leaves can be used to coat the berries themselves, delivering longer shelf life, boosted antioxidants, and pathogen protection.
Two workers at Ardagh Glass have been treated for smoke inhalation and one for burns to his feet after a leak during a routine maintenance at a molten glass plant.
Sick has re-released its LMS511 Bulkscan laser scanner with more accessories for easier maintenance.
‘As consumers lead increasingly active, on-the-go lifestyles, demand for convenient meals continues to grow and drive opportunity for ready-to-eat (RTE) and prepared foods manufacturers.
GEA has decided to focus only on natural refrigerants as part of its future development, but admitted ‘it was a risk’.
A watchdog group is suing to get the agency to treat anti-biotic resistant strains of Salmonella as adulterants in meat.
PERES, a portable app-based device, tests meat and poultry for freshness, sounding an alert when spoilage is detected.
A hummus producer explains the company’s quick reaction to a positive Listeria test and lessons learned in its first-ever recall.
A produce processing plant has evacuated more than 100 staff, and sent 14 to the hospital, due to a possible ammonia leak.
The awareness of food safety in general is increasing, especially in developing countries, according to 3M.
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Food processing firm Lansal is voluntarily recalling hummus manufactured for Target and Trader Joe’s due to Listeria concerns.
The US Pharmacopeial Convention (USP) submitted a public comment letter to the FDA urging it to revisit its strategy for addressing economically motivated adulteration (EMA) of food ingredients, noting that...
Food firms only have a few more days to weigh in on a rule requires companies to give a heads up on imported edibles; an expert from SGS offers advice...
With food safety for at the forefront of producers’ minds, interest in detectable products for production zones has soared in recent years, according to UK-based company Detectamet.
Cottage cheese under the Kraft Foods brand umbrella is being voluntarily recalled after ingredients were discovered to be stored outside of safe temperature parameters.
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Doctor Bernhard Url is the new chief of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) after its management board confirmed the acting-chief as its next executive director this week.
Loma Systems biggest challenge is competition in China and across Asia where manufacturers are developing low cost machines at a higher output rate than before.