Supply chain is critical to any food safety program. Having full control and traceability of raw materials and end products is no longer an option, but rather a requirement. In the past two years, the pandemic has exposed new weaknesses and made visible the business risks posed by an unstable supply chain.
In our last column, we revisited some of the testing-related topics we have covered since the inception of Food Safety Insights. This article looks at a few of the other subjects that have made an impact on our markets in these past 5 years.
Considerations for how ingredients will be sourced, inspected, segregated, and processed may impact the quality and safety of the finished product. It is important for food product developers to consult not only their procurement partners but also their food safety and quality partners to use ingredients from reliable and trustworthy suppliers from the beginning.
Food safety relies on control of the food supply chain along the entire farm-to-fork continuum. In this exclusive eBook from Food Safety Magazine, you’ll learn about how advances in traceability facilitate the tracking of food products and boost consumer confidence. From current state-of-the-art tools to smart manufacturing approaches, the future of traceability to safeguard the world’s food supply is bright.
Food safety at retail food service establishments is critically important to safeguard consumers. In this exclusive ebook from Food Safety Magazine, you’ll learn about different sanitation practices that can benefit your operation. Implementing best employee hygiene and handwashing protocols and following regulatory guidelines will help you reduce the risk of foodborne illness outbreaks.
The Retail Food Safety Regulatory Association Collaborative has worked to develop diverse strategic priorities, such as improving the regulatory approach, competency, and food safety culture in the regulatory community and enhancing the sharing of best practices among retail food protection partners.
On Demand:A recent survey of beverage sector executives reveals that 97 percent have experienced food fraud in the last 12 months, and 90 percent have suffered from significant supplier issues over the same period. Join us as we discuss the Global Survey Results, the key findings and how the insight can help food safety professionals
On Demand:In today’s world, food companies have an increasing responsibility to regularly monitor their supply chain and measure compliance to regulations and customer expectations. This webinar will review the supply chain risks businesses face today, as well as present how our solutions can help.