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24/01/2022

FDA issues Improvement Plan to Modernize Foodborne Illness Outbreak Responses

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced the release of the Foodborne Outbreak Response Improvement Plan, designed to help the FDA and its partners enhance the […]
24/01/2022

7 critical ways that technology can boost food safety and reduce risks

Food safety should always be the top priority for food businesses, but the COVID-19 pandemic has thrown our industry some major curveballs, creating new challenges around […]
23/12/2021

Now Is the Time to Modernize Audits to Reduce Risk & Audit Fatigue

Auditing is a critical piece of creating a safe food supply, but traditional auditing methods leave suppliers and processors open to higher risk as supply chains […]
23/12/2021

USDA Offers Tips to Help Keep Your Holiday Illness-Free

Clean, Separate, Cook and Chill to Avoid Ruining Christmas with a Case of Foodborne Illness As the end of the year approaches, it’s likely there are multiple […]
01/12/2021

Tips for reducing food safety risks with technology

Food businesses face risk every day, with every shift. That means their teams must work proactively to reduce the chances of a foodborne illness incident, security […]
01/12/2021

New food traceability tools provide instant contamination notification

Speed is critical when removing unsafe food from the supply chain to prevent illness and save lives. Since the beginning of May alone, there have been […]
29/09/2021

New, Free Searchable Database of FDA and USDA Food Recalls

The Milwakee-based Food Industry Council, LLC has launched its “FIC Recall Reporter.™”   The new, free business tool is a searchable database of all FDA and […]
24/06/2021

Federal investigators continue to examine foodborne illness outbreaks

The table below shows outbreak investigations being managed by FDA’s CORE Response Teams. The investigations are in a variety of stages. Some outbreaks have limited information with […]
19/11/2020

Researchers use electrical signalling to detect bacteria

  Researchers use electrical signalling to detect bacteria Researchers at the University of Warwick have found bacteria can be detected in minutes by zapping them with […]