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.
In this video, Gerald Lessard, Vice President & Chief Operating Officer of West Liberty Foods, discusses the major challenges of retaining technicians and how the FIT Program can help enhance plant productivity.
In this video, Tyson Foods has been on the board of directors for the Food Processing Education Consortium for more than a year and played a crucial role in the creation and implementation of the curriculum of the Food Industry Technician (FIT) Certification program.
Laboratory Corporation of America Holdings (LabCorp), Burlington, N.C., acquired Safe Foods International Holdings, LLC (SFIH), Washington, D.C., and its two operating companies, International Food Network (IFN) and The National Food Laboratory (The NFL).
Mars, Inc., McLean, Va., opened a Global Food Safety Center, what is said to be a first-of-its-kind facility for pre-competitive research and training that aims to raise global food safety standards through collaboration.
Responding to industry and consumer demand for non-GMO certification options, NSF International launched NSF Non-GMO True North, a suite of GMO transparency services for retailers, manufacturers, suppliers and producers.