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Subject: Microbiological Container Risks, Preventing Bird Flu, and More
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Date: 04/22/15 18:35:12

Food Quality & Safety - April/May 2015
        April/May 2015 
 Volume 22 | Number 2        
 - Food Fraud: A Criminal Activity
 - Microbiological Risks in Containers
 - FSSC 22000 Certification
 - Waterway Transport
 - Hand Hygiene
 - Implications of Bird Flu
 - Freshness Assay for Seafood
 - Properly Outfitted Loading Docks
Feature Stories
Food Fraud: A Criminal Activity
Implementing preventative measures that increase difficulty in carrying out the crime

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  The Scarlet Letter of Food Industry: Adulterated Goods
The development of better supplier visibility and collaboration through automated solutions will prevent food fraud and its serious repercussions

You’re invited to the 14th Annual Food Quality & Safety Award Ceremony
Presented by Food Quality & Safety magazine, the award honors the dedication and achievement of a Quality Assurance/Quality Control team that has made exceptional contributions to food safety and consumer satisfaction with a positive impact on business results. The 14th annual award will be presented during the 2015 International Association for Food Protection Annual Meeting in Portland, Oregon.

 Washington Report
Removing ‘Food’ From FDA
Amid budget wrangling, lawmakers and White House envision a new agency for food safety
Safety & Sanitation
Minimizing Microbiological Risks in Multiple-Use Containers
Reusable plastic containers for shipping fresh products pose a risk of contamination from ineffective washing and sanitation processes
Enforcing Hand Hygiene
The installation of hand hygiene compliance technology minimizes the consequences of improper hand cleanliness as opposed to washing stations and hand sanitizer dispensers
Manufacturing & Distribution
Farm to Loading Dock to Fork
Properly outfitted docks maximize the ability of operations to maintain the quality of their product while enabling trucks to hit the road quicker
The State of U.S. Waterways
Waterway infrastructure challenges present a crossroads for the soybean supply chain
Exclusive Online Content
Rapid Testing Lowers Risk of Fraud
The analytical solutions that can be adopted to help fight the battle against the fraudsters to ensure product quality and authenticity
Europe Food for Thought: So Much Thought for Food
Diversity in cuisines and shared food safety priorities characterize this historic continent
Eliminating the Threat of Bird Flu
Implications of avian influenza in the food supply and the control measures to contain the spread of this flu in poultry flocks
A Freshness Assay for Seafood
An application note on ATP degradation and the assessment of farmed frozen shrimp
Quality Control
Moving Towards FSSC 22000 Certification
The fast-growing food safety management system links food safety and business processes
Product Marking: The Critical Link in Supply Chain of Custody
Many manufacturers take the most basic of sanitation practices for granted when it comes to trusting suppliers to protect direct food contact labels and pressure seal products
Other Articles
How to Fit Training Into Your Production Schedule: Part 2
What employers and workers can do before a course even begins to make sure they get the most out of their training investment
Blowing the Whistle on Wrongdoings
By speaking out about contaminated peanut products, a whistleblower helped federal authorities identify the source of a major Salmonella outbreak



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