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Archive for 2012

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Oct

BakingBusiness.com | October 10, 2012 | by Joe Stout   Prioritizing prerequisite programs allows bakeries to ensure delivery of safe foods to consumers.   Lately I have been engaged in some fairly practical discussions about prioritizing work in the sanitation and food safety area. There is always so much to do and each item seems to […]

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Jul

BakingBusiness.com | July 10, 2012 | by Joe Stout   Without a fundamental commitment, a plant faces major recall and closes.   When I present on food safety, I refer to the importance of perfection to avoid recalls or quality failures. Often when I visit a plant, I hear management elevate concerns about food safety, Good […]

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Jun

BakingBusiness.com | June 1, 2012 | by Lucy Sutton   Companies must have employees focused on following and documenting food safety procedures.   Bakeries and snack manufacturing plants must ensure the foods they produce are safe for consumers. While much of that responsibility rests upon the sanitors who clean the equipment and manufacturing areas, the […]

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Apr

Baking and Snack (105) | April 2012 |  by Joe Stout   Effective sanitation requires talented and trained people rigorously following scientifically valid procedures.   Recently, I was asked to speak at a sanitary design training session. One of the topics on my agenda piqued my interest: “Why is cleaning so hard?” Given a minute […]

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