In the second of this two-part episode of Food Safety Matters, we interviewed industry and regulatory professionals live from the show floor of the Food Safety Summit, which took place on May 8–11 in Rosemont, Illinois. We discussed root-cause analysis, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s efforts to reduce salmonellosis cases linked to poultry consumption, the 1992–1993 Jack in the Box E. coli outbreak, and other topics.
In the first of this two-part episode of Food Safety Matters, we interview professionals from the industry, regulatory, and nonprofit sectors, live from the show floor of the Food Safety Summit, which took place on May 8–11 in Rosemont, Illinois. We discuss the career of 2023 Distinguished Service Award recipient Michael Taylor, controlling Salmonella in poultry, and other topics.
The 2023 Food Safety Summit, held from May 8–11, was a highly anticipated event that brought together 2,700 industry professionals, researchers, policymakers, and experts in person and virtually from around the world to discuss the latest advancements and challenges in ensuring food safety.
The closing session of the 2023 Food Safety Summit featured a panel discussion among prominent attorneys who work on behalf of consumers and industry—with all advocating on the side of food safety. Expert lawyers discussed the common gaps and weaknesses they see in company operations, culture, and regulatory adherence that lead to adverse events, such as foodborne illness outbreaks and recalls.
The 2023 Food Safety Summit town hall session centered on a conversation with top food industry regulators and advisory groups about the key issues, updates, and initiatives happening within their organizations.
For 75 years, Nelson-Jameson has been a trusted source to the food and beverage processing industry. A fourth-generation, family-owned distributor with roots in dairy production supplies, it has expanded to offer a broad range of food processing products and services that help companies operate with the highest standards of safety and compliance. In September 2022, it broke ground on its newest distribution center in Jerome, Idaho, which will be its most technologically advanced facility yet.
Michael Taylor, J.D., will receive Food Safety Magazine's Distinguished Service Award for 2023, to be presented at the Food Safety Summit in Rosemont, Illinois, May 8–11. Taylor has held leadership roles in public health and food safety in government, academia, and the private sector, with a major focus on modernizing the U.S. food safety system to prevent foodborne illness.
On Demand:In this session, leaders in food manufacturing sanitation will share their experience in how to increase the efficiency and precision of sanitation programs for root-cause analysis of food safety and quality issues.
On Demand:This session will explore the FDA regulatory requirements and their relationship to existing programs and third-party standards. It will also discuss the challenges and benefits of traceability and approaches to establishing a robust and compliant traceability program.
On Demand:Live Streaming at Food Safety Summit on May 10 at 9:30 am CDT: The keynote session will focus on a conversation with modern, forward-thinking executives on the topic of balancing risks for the safety of consumers, team members, and the environment.