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Auditing in the 4th industrial revolution
Digital disruptors, the internet of things, 3D food printing, insect proteins, block chain and lab grown meat – these are just some of the terms being bandied about as the trends of the future in the food industry.
Make sure your food is always fresh
30% of all food produced worldwide occuring along the value-added chain “from farm to fork” is wasted every year. This corresponds to a staggering 1.3 billion tonnes. When it comes to fruit and vegetables, the loss rate is particularly high, amounting to almost 50%. It is critica
Important Restaurant Food Storage Safety Tips You Need to Know
Food safety is so important it’s a matter of life and death. You need to know how to store your restaurant’s food to prevent serious problems properly.
Webinar | Will your nonfood chemicals pass an audit?
In the last few months, we have spent a lot of time talking about biological hazards such as Listeria monocytogenes. But your HACCP system needs to consider other hazards too. Today we will be discussing the hazards associated with non-food chemicals you have in your facilities s
Regulation 638 and your Records
The need for documentation is now plainly stated in several places in the new R638 hygiene regulation, published June 2018 in response to the Listeriosis outbreak in South Africa in 2018.
ISO 22000:2018 - what's new (Part 3)
In this third article we review clauses 8, 9 and 10 of ISO 22000:2018.
Stored Product Insects Are Costly Consumers
Posing a major threat to food processing facilities, these types of pests can be hard to find in your plant.
DRAFT Raw Processed Meat Products Regulations available for comment
DAFF has advised of the release of new regulations relating to the Classification, Packing and Marking of Certain Raw Processed Meat Products. Comments must be submitted in writing by 26 November 2018.
FACTSHEET | ISO 22000:2018 - The Requirements
How to translate the ISO 22000:2018 requirements into your organization
BRC Issue 8 - What is in store
The British retail consortium (BRC) food safety standard is one of the oldest and most widely used retail food safety standards. The latest revision (Issue 8) was published August 2018 and this article outlines the most important changes you should implement as soon as possible.
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