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Draft Rice Regulations for Comment
Draft Regulations Relating to the Grading, Packing and Marking Rice Intended for Sale in The Republic of South Africa - invitation for comments, due 25 May 2019.
The Cost of Listeriosis Outbreak on the South African Industry and the Economy
Food Focus were privileged to be invited to the Stakeholder Consultative Session for the recent DDTI / Deloitte and Touche study on the economic impact of the recent listeriosis outbreak in South Africa...
Regulations Relating To Edible Fats And Oils - Repealed
Regulations Relating To Edible Fats And Oils have been repealed as at 05 APRIL 2019
Regulation R727 | Regulations regarding control over the sale of frozen fruit and frozen Vegetables in the republic of South Africa
REGULATIONS REGARDING CONTROL OVER THE SALE OF FROZEN FRUIT AND FROZEN VEGETABLES IN THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA.
To update existing regulations relating to frozen fruit and frozen vegetables in order to accommodate the changes that have taken place in the industry locally as w
Microbiological Testing of Fresh Produce
A White Paper on Considerations in Developing and Using Microbiological
Sampling and Testing Procedures if Used as Part of a Food Safety Program
for Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Products
Draft SANS 10049 Edition 5 for Comment
SANS 1049 Edition 5 is available for comment by members of industry members.
The closing date for comments is 29 March 2019.
Game Meat Regulations of 4 November 2016 No.1371 DRAFT
Draft Game Meat Regulations No.1371
DRAFT Regulations regarding the Classification, Packing and Marking of Certain Raw Meat Products
Proposed Publication of Regulations regarding the Classification, Packing and Marking of Certain Raw Meat Products (DRAFT). Comments must be submitted by 26th Nov 2018. Info: https://tinyurl.com/draftmeatregs
The New R638 | Infographic
The hygiene regulations R638 are here! Here's an overview of what the new regulations hold.
Food Safety Groups Urge FDA to Designate Leafy Greens as High-Risk
Over 58 percent of Listeria, 51 percent of E. coli O157, 46 percent of Salmonella, and 33 percent of Campylobacter foodborne cases are associated with produce, according to a recent Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration report, but such crops are not considered a high-r
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