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Archive for 2018

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InStore / Supermarket Perimeter | December 2018 | by Jennifer Barnett Fox.   Manufacturers are taking an active role in the highly competitive business of food production and packaging by improving sanitary design through access, management, operation, cleaning and inspection. “Each link of our food chain, including food harvesting, processing, final packaging and ultimately the […]

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Dec

Food Safety Magazine | December 2018/ January 2019 | by Richard Brouillette and Tom Haley As mentioned in a previous article, the term “bakery” is loosely used to identify a facility that produces a range of products like sliced breads, croissants, filled doughnuts, pies, cookies, decorated cakes, etc. Many of them will have a different […]

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Dec

Baking Business | December 3, 2018 | by Dan Malovany.     Start-up companies and incubators often find it difficult to follow regulations and declare every allergen. “That’s a big challenge for some smaller companies,” said Steve Taylor, Ph.D., co-director of the Food Allergy Research and Resource Program (FARRP). “They don’t have as much regulatory experience.”

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Nov

EHEDG Connects | November, 2018 | by Rob Groot.   The first thing that’s striking is how tiny they are – thousands of microbes can hide in the full stop at the end of this sentence. Then you realise that their microscopic size is just one of their survival tactics. How can we beat them? For […]

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Nov

Commercial Food Sanitation | November 2018.     Two thirds of Sanitation Essentials Training is spent outside the classroom in hands-on workshops. Participants compete in small teams, rotating through Wet Cleaning, Dry Cleaning and Environmental Monitoring. They experience sanitation, they write SSOPs (Standard Sanitation Operating Procedures), they collaborate to decide best swabbing spots… and they […]

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Nov

Commercial Food Sanitation | November 2018.   A unique opportunity to experience and practice Hygienic Design of equipment and infrastructure. CFS offers this training session regularly in New Orleans, Shanghai and Amsterdam. We guarantee you’ll learn and apply new knowledge, and that you’ll have loads of fun doing it.   Have a look and see […]

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Nov

BakingBusiness.com |  November 5, 2018 | by Dan Malovany.   What’s good for some is bad for others. Isn’t that always the case? Take protein. For most people, the latest better-for-you craze is great for muscle building and enhancing athletic performance. For others, the protein found in undeclared allergens often causes a mild to severe […]

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