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Bridging the Gap: The Role of Informal Food Safety Training for Small Producers

By Pierre Dorfling on 05 July 2024

In the world of food production, the journey toward ensuring safety and quality is often fraught with challenges, especially for small-scale producers operating on tight budgets.

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WEBINAR I DSA - Dairy calf welfare - Trends, suggestions and solutions

By Dairy Standard Agency on 01 July 2024

Ignore the trends in dairy calf welfare at your own peril. There is a disconnect between how the public perceive calves are treated on dairy farms and the reality of how calves are treated.

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RECORDING I DSA - Let’s troubleshoot cheesemaking and get solutions to your challenges!

By Dairy Standard Agency on 08 June 2024

This webinar focused on some of the most common challenges experienced during cheesemaking and possible solutions.

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RECORDING I DSA - Fermentations that play a role in cheese making and cheese ripening

By Dairy Standard Agency on 15 May 2024

There are various fermentations that play an important role in cheese making and cheese ripening.

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White paper I The testo 191 HACCP data loggers in endurance testing.

By Testo South Africa SANAS Calibration Lab JHB on 01 May 2024

Can the testo 191 data loggers meet the demands of the food industry?

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RECORDING I DSA Lab Services...making a difference in the dairy industry

By Dairy Standard Agency on 08 April 2024

Nala Manamela - Laboratory Manager revealed the heart of DSA Lab Services.

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White paper l Frying oil management

By Testo South Africa SANAS Calibration Lab JHB on 14 March 2024

Frying oil management as a function of compliance and quality assurance.

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RECORDING l Understanding lameness in dairy cattle

By Dairy Standard Agency on 06 March 2024

The webinar focused on the anatomical and physiological changes that occur in the hoof that lead to lameness and the various factors that cause these changes.

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RECORDING l Recent development in the dairy regulatory landscape

By Food Focus on 29 February 2024

Jompie Burger provides unparalleled insights into the recent developments in the dairy regulatory landscape!

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Pick Pay Recalls Three Brands of Peanut Butter

By Guest Author on 06 February 2024

All stocks of these products have already been removed from all stores countrywide. No other peanut butter brand at Pick n Pay is involved in the recall.

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EFSA updates safe threshold for sweetener erythritol (E 968)

By Food Focus on 16 January 2024

EFSA has reassessed the safety of erythritol (E 968), a sugar alcohol (polyol) used as a sweetener in a variety of food and beverages, as part of an ongoing safety review of all food additives approved for use before 20 January 2009. Date of publication: 20 December 2023

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Fly Management in Udder Health Programmes

By Dr Vincent Turner on 05 December 2023

The causes of udder health problems in dairy cows are multifactorial. Fly problems can be prevented if an Integrated Fly Management Programme (IFMP) is adopted.

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How do I get a Certificate of Acceptability - COA?

By Food Focus on 30 November 2023

You want to open a food business, but don't know where to start... you need to start by complying with the law. Here are some helpful guidelines to start.

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RECORDING | Increase your profits with dairy farm animal welfare

By Food Focus on 19 November 2023

Dr Mark Chimes speaks on how to improve your dairy production with simple welfare steps that you can implement on your dairy farm.

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12 Business Benefits of Implementing a Quality Management System

By Food Focus on 07 November 2023

As we celebrate Quality Day/Week in November, it gives us an opportunity to discuss your Quality Management System (QMS).

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RECORDING | Managing flies on dairy farms

By Food Focus on 06 November 2023

Often dismissed as mere nuisances, flies pose a far more significant threat than meets the eye. Not only are they an irritant, but they also act as vectors for bacteria and diseases. Nowhere is this threat more apparent than on dairy farms.

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RECORDING | The prudent use of agricultural chemicals on milk production farms

By Food Focus on 19 October 2023

Agricultural chemicals or pesticides as they are commonly referred to, are potentially hazardous substances that must be treated with caution.

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RECORDING | Public health risks related to the consumption of raw milk and dairy products made from raw milk

By Food Focus on 18 September 2023

The question however remains – how successful are the control measures regarding the consumption of raw milk for direct consumption currently or are the South African consumer at risk? Watch this recording now.

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UP study reveals some concerns regarding the levels of listeriosis-causing pathogen in beef production system

By Faculty of Veterinary Science University of Pretoria on 07 September 2023

A study by experts at the University of Pretoria into the prevalence of Listeria monocytogenes in beef and beef products at some abattoirs and retailers in Gauteng, Mpumalanga and North-West provinces, has concerning results.

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RECORDING I HOW Dairy Gives You More Go Than You Know

By Food Focus on 01 September 2023

Did you miss this webinar with the Consumer Education Project (CEP) of Milk SA will about the dairy matrix concept? Discover how it applies in milk, yoghurt, maas and cheese in this recording.

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