Reconciling good micro results in the plant with bad micro problems in the field
No incidence of food contamination from RPCs
The B.C. Food Processors Association now offers the Post-Farm Food Safety program, which will help companies produce the safest food both nationally and domestically
The CFIA’s National Microbiological Monitoring Program conducts thousands of tests each year. In 2011-2012 it found 98 per cent of our food was safe
Labelling of products containing genetically modified organisms has become a political issue south of the border, leading many in the industry to wonder if Canada will be next
Extending AMPs to the Meat Inspection Act is a major development
A new report from the Global Food Traceability Center compares traceability regulations and requirements around the world
Two recently published academic studies provide interesting insights into several aspects of this important new area of food law
There are a number of excellent reasons why processors are adopting some degree of traceability
This unfortunate incident is a learning opportunity for packaged food brands and foodservice operators at someone else’s expense.
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