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Jun

VakbladVoedingsindustrie.nl | June 2017 | by Claudia Baenen.   “Major supermarket chain recalls chicken fillets due to labeling error; USA shaken by series of recalls of cheese possibly contaminated with Listeria; Ground golf balls end up in frozen potato cubes; Paninis taken off shelves in fear of E.coli; Food manufacturer extends recall of unprocessed flour…” […]

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29
May

Food Process Vakblad Page 6 | May, 2017 | by ing. Wouter Verheecke.   In March Intralox and Bruynooghe organized their second deep frozen vegetables and potato event in Roeselare, Belgium. Employees from various departments, quality to maintenance, and various companies joined together to learn about hygiene and food safety in their factories. That happened […]

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18
May

VakbladVoedingsindustrie.nl | May 2017 | by Claudia Baenen.   For many years, suppliers to the food industry were primarily focused on the functionality and productivity of their designs. Whether they were supplying HVAC systems, equipment or machine components, their biggest concern was: ‘Does the performance capacity meet the customer’s needs?’. The matter of how to […]

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16
May

VakbladVoedingsindustrie.nl | May 2017 | by Judith Witte.   At Dutch Food Industry, we observed one day of the ‘Hygienic Design Training’ by Commercial Food Sanitation, an Intralox company. An international group of food industry professionals went back to school for three days, but above all stepped out of their comfort zone for a while […]

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10
May

FoodSafetyNews.com | May 10, 2017 | by Dan Flynn.   CHICAGO — There is a war on against deadly Listeria, and the facts on the ground are changing in some dramatic ways. Ten generals in that war took to the stage here Tuesday at 2017 Food Safety Summit for reports on what they called “The […]

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28
Apr

SnackandBakery.com | April 2017.   The Sanitary Design Workshop is a unique educational opportunity presented by experts who are in the trenches and currently employed in snack and bakery facilities. The event is supported by a wide range of snack and bakery industry groups and associations. Commercial Food Sanitation’s President, Joe Stout, was proud to […]

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26
Apr

April 26, 2017   Commercial Food Sanitation team members, Joe Stout and Richard Brouillette, have played an active role in developing, improving and leading Dairy Food Safety Workshops with the US Dairy Innovation Center for the last seven years.   Joe Stout specifically has been involved with these workshops from the get go. Since 2011 […]

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12
Apr

VakbladVoedingsindustrie.nl | April 2017 | by Claudia Baenen.   Achieving production targets, keeping machines running, ensuring there are sufficient (and safe) raw materials in stock, training and motivating employees…and oh, by the way, your most important customer just turned up unannounced to conduct a surprise audit. It’s all part of industry life.  

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10
Apr

BakingandSnack.com | April 10, 2017 | by Joe Stout.   Prior to working in a bakery/snack food plant, I spent several years in a Coca-Cola Enterprises bottling facility. I had responsibility for sanitation as quality manager. With this background, my experience entering the baking and snack industries was cleaning with water and detergents to ensure […]

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07
Apr

A.S.H. Automatisierungstechnik | April 2017.   Commercial Food Sanitation together with Intralox supported A.S.H. with hygienic design reviews and recommendations of their newest conveyors for the food industry.  Although proud of the end result, as becomes obvious on the updated website, owner Michael Horstmann says: “Hygienic Design is continuous improvement,

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