Continued success for the “reasonable consumer” defense, courts’ acceptance of formerly rejected damages models and increased attention toward multifunction ingredients and other ingredient labeling are just some of the factors the report examines.
November 21, 2019
Perkins Coie, Seattle, Wash., released its 2018 Food Litigation Year in Review report.
Processed foods are no longer safer than fresh foods, according to the study.
August 13, 2019
Recalls in the second quarter 2019 remained flat across industries, but serious and deadly incidents were on the rise, an indication of lagging activity by regulatory agencies, according to the second quarter 2019 Recall Index released by Stericycle Expert Solutions, Indianapolis, Ind.
This demand will drive the food safety market to exceed 1.3 billion tests in 2019, with more than 300 million of these tests being for higher value pathogen detection and identification tests.
November 13, 2018
Recent food recalls in the United States and Europe is putting more pressure on processors to test more frequently, thus driving demand for food safety diagnostic products and commercial laboratory services over the next five years, according to a study produced by Strategic Consulting, Inc., Baltimore, Md.
Pairing mobile temperature sensors with traceability data will allow food companies to pinpoint exactly where and when in the chain of custody product goes out of temperature range.
March 1, 2018
FoodLogiQ, LLC, Durham, N.C., and Testo, Inc., Sparta, N.J., announced a partnership to pair the global leader of portable HACCP and Internet of Things (IoT) capabilities with a leader in supplier management, traceability and recall management SaaS platform.
Connecting a warehouse execution system (WES) to external systems both upstream and downstream in the supply chain allows companies to respond to such problems within the manufacturing process more quickly, often preventing contaminated or malfunctioning products from ever leaving the facility.
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