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Jun

Bakingandsnack.com | June 1, 2014 | by Joe Stout Adopt the right approach for good communication and teamwork to make cleaning more effectively support food safety.   All functions in a business serve a defined purpose and contribute to the success of that business. Cleaning and sanitation, although low profile, are fundamental to ensure the “safe […]

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May

Bakingandsnack.com | May 2014 | by Baking and Snack Staff   Make no mistake: The weight of responsibility for FSMA compliance will rest more on the shoulders of the food processors than the equipment manufacturers   One of the biggest concerns bakers have when it comes to purchasing new equipment is sanitary design. But as regulations […]

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Feb

Bakingandsnack.com | February 2014 | by Joe Stout   For many consumers — and all food producers — controlling allergens is a rule with little to no exceptions.   Food allergies affect about 2% of adults and 4% to 8% of children in the US. An allergic reaction — and its severity — depend on […]

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Nov

NewFoodMagazine.com | November 4, 2013 | by Roger Scheffler, EHEDG Member   EHEDG: Conveyor Belts – Hygiene in metal conveyor belting Undoubtedly, stainless steel is the best and mostly used material in the food industry. The correct application of specific types mainly depends on the mechanical aspects of an application, the corrosive properties of products, disinfecting and […]

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FoodBusinessNews.net | October 23, 2013 | by Dan Malovany and Joanie Spencer   From First Contact. Food safety must be top of mind from beginning to end — and at every point between.   KANSAS CITY, MO. — Food safety is often about battling the enemy you can’t see — ­allergens and pathogens — in the most […]

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Oct

Joe Stout, founder of Commercial Food Sanitation LLC, provided direction for the third Weber Sanitation Symposium, restating its goal as a collaboration of professionals with a focus on improving food safety.  The symposium took place on September 10 and 11, 2013 at Weber’s North American Technology Center in Kansas City, MO. In this video impression of […]

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Aug

BakingBusiness.com | August 1, 2013 | by Joe Stout   Keep in mind, the end goal of an audit  should be an opportunity for continuous improvement based on a thorough investigation targeted to identify potential food safety risks and their corrections.   As an auditor, plant quality manager and sanitation manager over the years, my […]

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NewFoodMagazine.com | June 19, 2013 | by Roger Scheffler, EHEDG Member Focussing on the hygienic aspects of belt conveying technologies.   Conveyor belts are an essential component of industrial food manufacturing. They can be found in almost every part of the production process – from the receiving area of raw products / live animals up to […]

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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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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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