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May 8, 2017  

High duty performance

Tolomatic says its ERD hygienic all-stainless-steel electric cylinders are designed to IP69k rating specifications for clean-in-place, high-temperature, and high-pressure caustic wash downs.

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May 7, 2017  

Food safety organization releases latest benchmarking requirements

GFSI or Global Food Safety Initiative has released the seventh edition of its Benchmarking Requirements

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May 4, 2017  

Measuring the success of the Safe Food for Canadians Regulations

Every business assesses its performance against well-defined business goals

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May 4, 2017  

Happy birthday, CFIA

The 20th anniversary of the Canadian Food Inspection  Agency

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May 4, 2017  

Truly safe

New regulations, technologies and industry attitudes are ensuring consumers are safe and Canada’s food system prospers

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April 24, 2017  

Farm & Food Care Canada has a new identity

The board of Farm & Food Care Canada reviewed its mission and vision and decided to transition to the new Canadian Centre for Food Integrity. The organization says CCFI is better equipped to help build public trust in Canada’s food system

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April 11, 2017  

Nitric acid-based cleaner

Madison Chemical’s Compound CR-12ON can remove oxides, oxalates and milkstone from stainless steel dairy and food processing equipment

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April 9, 2017  

SFCR and food safety – Part II

This month I’ll continue to look at some of

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April 9, 2017  

Filling the growing labour gap

More changes are on the way to foreign worker programs, but the food processing industry is calling for a more permanent solution to its ongoing labour shortage

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March 23, 2017  

Federal budget highlights agriculture and agri-food

Canada’s federal government released its 2017 budget yesterday. In it, Canada’s agriculture and agri-food sector is identified as part of the government’s plan to grow Canada’s economy

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March 14, 2017  

Feeding the fresh shrimp market from an Ontario hog barn

Paul and Tracy and Brad and Jordan Cocchio have started the first shrimp farm in the province, aptly named First Ontario Shrimp. Building their new business, for which they won a Premier’s Award for Agri-Food Innovation Excellence in 2016, was nothing like they expected.

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March 9, 2017  

NSF announces 2017 food safety winners

NSF International has released the names of this year’s Canadian Food Safety Recognition Award Winners. The awards recognize food and beverage companies from across Canada who lead in food safety

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March 7, 2017  

Unpacking cybersecurity issues in the food and beverage sector

Businesses must understand the full breadth of cybersecurity risks and take action to protect their data, products and operational processes

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March 7, 2017  

The food safety focus of SFCA

Food safety concerns contained in the Safe Food for Canadians Act

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February 24, 2017  

Study finds that Canadian consumers are concerned about food fraud

A study from Dalhousie University has found that Canadians are concerned about food fraud. It also turned up evidence that food fraud is prevalent in the Canadian marketplace

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February 23, 2017  

Meat producers in Canada can now use irradiation on ground beef

The federal government approves irradiated raw fresh and ground beef to be sold in Canada. The CCA says irradiation could help eliminate E.coli related illnesses associated with ground beef

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February 16, 2017  

Probiotics can reduce the use of antibiotics in livestock: study

An AAFC research scientist has found that probiotics’ anti-inflammatory effects could improve livestock intestinal health

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February 8, 2017  

An accountant’s role in food safety

Everyone in a food enterprise is part of the food safety team

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January 23, 2017  

Government proposes new food safety rules

The proposed changes would put a greater emphasis on preventing food safety risks for all foods imported into Canada or sold across provinces

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January 17, 2017  

Bacteria-fighting versatility

Madison MPW is ideal for use in federally inspected meat, poultry and seafood processing installations

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January 17, 2017  

Innovative tech helps Holland Marsh growers protect crops

A new project is testing technologies that will make Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs for key crops more efficient and cost effective

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January 13, 2017  

New Saskatchewan regulations to protect livestock health

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture livestock programs will soon begin requiring applicants to have a Premises Identification number to participate

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December 15, 2016  

Peanut butter lawsuit ends in $11.2M fine and penalty

ConAgra will pay an $8 million fine plus $3.2 million in cash forfeitures, stemming from a Salmonella outbreak 10 years ago

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December 13, 2016  

Vancouver researcher honoured with food safety award

Yaxi Hu, a 24-year-old PhD student, was honoured for her quick and accurate method for detecting industrial and naturally occurring food contaminants

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December 12, 2016  

BioDetect & BioDestroy win CTAQ food safety award

SAni Marc’s BioDetect and BioDestroy products complement each other in an effort to keep surfaces free from organic contaminants

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December 8, 2016  

Building confidence and competence with technology

Today’s business realities are unlike anything that could have

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October 25, 2016  

New “Internet of Things” food safety solution launched

TELUS and Digi International have teamed up to offer Canadian businesses an automated food-temperature monitoring solution

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October 20, 2016  

Food poisoning linked to risk of Crohn’s: study

McMaster researchers found that people who retain a certain bacterium in their gut after food poisoning may be at higher risk for Crohn’s disease

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October 11, 2016  

Agri-food week

Let’s make the week of Oct. 10 Agri-food Week

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October 10, 2016  

Tracking Progress on Canada’s Food Performance: How are we doing?

The Conference Board of Canada unveils a comparison of food performance by province

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October 7, 2016  

One bad apple doesn’t have to spoil the barrel

Take control of a food recall situation

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October 6, 2016  

Canada’s food strategy: Now what?

Let’s ensure the food industry will succeed when export development opportunities arise

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September 26, 2016  

Food Lawyers: A brief retrospective

With the growth of food law in the last 20 years has come an explosion in media attention to food issues

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September 26, 2016  

Food irradiation of beef

Why are we so reluctant to adopt safe and effective technology to improve food safety?

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September 26, 2016  

Food irradition: A historical perspective

The story of food irradiation is enshrouded in misconceptions, despite the safety of such foods being overwhelmingly supported by decades of research

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September 13, 2016  

NSF-GFTC changes name to NSF International, opens new facility

NSF-GFTC has changed its name to NSF International and has built a new state-of-the-art facility within the Ontario Food Cluster