To help improve the accuracy of reporting on the sustainability and environmental impact of meat production, the North American Meat Institute (NAMI), Washington, D.C., released a new Media MythCrusher document outlining 10 common myths and the data correcting them.
The Produce Marketing Association outlines the various regulations of FSMA and how it will affect how business is conducted along the entire produce supply chain, from farm to fridge and freezer to fork.
After years of discussion, public comment and even litigation, FDA finalized rules on hazard analysis and preventive controls for human and animal food on Sept. 10. So, what will be required of covered facilities as a result of these final rules?
Whether your business is focused on transportation, warehousing or logistics, or if you’re shipping, carrying or receiving food in the United States, you are likely to be impacted by the Sanitary Food Transportation Act and FSMA's new proposed rule.