Contamination with Product
By Daniela Verhaeg, Marketing Manager,
X-ray Inspection, METTLER TOLEDO
As well as helping to protect consumer welfare and a company's
brand reputations by increasing food safety and reducing the risk
of recalls, hygienic equipment can help with regulatory and Hazard
Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) compliance.
Colorado Gives Marijuana Candy a New Look to
Kellogg Recalls Some Eggo Waffles Over Listeria Fear
Blue Bell Recalls Some Ice Cream Distributed in the
Kraft Heinz to Keep California Plant Open, Retain 360
Reports of Plastic Prompt Recall of Tyson Chicken
Pernod Ricard Sells Vodka Brand to New Orleans-Based Sazerac
By Jack Payne, Vice President of Product
Management & Solutions Consulting, Aptean
For most manufacturers, the No. 1 reason to
implement track and trace technology is to
manage recalls. This capability can also be used to improve other aspects
of an organization, such as inventory management and quality assurance.
This wider application can lead to improved efficiencies, reduced costs
and increased customer satisfaction.
America’s Food Safety Starts with FSMA Compliance
By Zia Siddiqi, Ph.D., B.C.E. Director of Quality Systems, Orkin, LLC
Five years after it was passed by Congress and signed by President Barack Obama, the Food
Safety Modernization Act is finally becoming the law of the land this fall. It’s time your company
understands how to comply and how to take steps towards meeting the new requirements.
The Food Safety Modernization Act:
On Your Mark … Get Set … Comply!