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Archive for 2014

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Nov

  An environmental monitoring program… why is it so important? The objective of this program and specifically the sampling/swabbing is to seek and eliminate harborage sites. Don’t be afraid to find pathogens, you should be looking for them! Make a habit of trending positives over long periods of time, as it will help you tremendously […]

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21
Oct

Bakingandsnack.com | October 21, 2014 | by Joe Stout.   Over the past decade, few consumer-driven trends have rivaled gluten-free products. The demand has been a surprise, driven by people who must avoid gluten or choose to not consume it. The “must avoid” consumers typically suffer from celiac disease. This is a serious disease that reduces […]

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Jul

Grocery Manufacturers Association GMA | July 7, 2014.   Listeria monocytogenes, being widely distributed in nature, has the potential to find harborage in many types of food processing facilities and has been associated with outbreaks across various food categories. Therefore, manufacturers of all types of food products should conduct a risk assessment to determine if […]

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30
Jun

International Food Hygiene | June 2014 | Volume 25 Number 3 | by International Food Hygiene Staff   A commitment to developing hygiene professionals for the food industry through Sanitation Essentials Training   Commercial Food Sanitation, an Intralox company, is committed to developing hygiene professionals for the food industry. They believe that sanitation is integral for companies to achieve successful operations and food safety, […]

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30
Jun

Fresh Cut Magazine | June 2014 | by Rudi Groppe, President, Heinzen Manufacturing Intl, LLC   Risk analysis and sanitary design for the fresh-cut processor   This is truly the time in which food safety has risen to the top of the decision tree when discussing facility improvements or process line improvements. Each processor in the […]

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02
Jun

Bakingandsnack.com | June 2, 2014 | by Dan Malovany   How will regulations under the Food Safety Modernization Act (F.S.M.A.) affect the design and engineering of bakery equipment? The act’s preventive control rules, now being proposed by the Food and Drug Administration, will be mandatory for the food processing industry, including bakeries.

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01
Jun

Bakingandsnack.com | June 1, 2014 | by Joe Stout Adopt the right approach for good communication and teamwork to make cleaning more effectively support food safety.   All functions in a business serve a defined purpose and contribute to the success of that business. Cleaning and sanitation, although low profile, are fundamental to ensure the “safe […]

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11
May

Bakingandsnack.com | May 2014 | by Baking and Snack Staff   Make no mistake: The weight of responsibility for FSMA compliance will rest more on the shoulders of the food processors than the equipment manufacturers   One of the biggest concerns bakers have when it comes to purchasing new equipment is sanitary design. But as regulations […]

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15
Feb

Bakingandsnack.com | February 2014 | by Joe Stout   For many consumers — and all food producers — controlling allergens is a rule with little to no exceptions.   Food allergies affect about 2% of adults and 4% to 8% of children in the US. An allergic reaction — and its severity — depend on […]

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