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Food Safety Director in Nashville, NC

This position will implement, manage and oversee all of the company’s food safety, traceability and quality assurance programs through documentation management, specification review, personnel training, and audits.  •  Create and maintain audit documents and procedures  •  Create and maintain company Quality Systems Manual  •  Manage Grower GAP, GlobalGAP, Primus, TESCO, Organic and all vendor audits … Continue Reading

Will BPI’s Plant Closures Affect America’s Ground Beef?

For the third consecutive Christmas season, Food Safety News presents its annual Naughty and Nice List. Like all such lists, this one exists to help Santa decide what everybody should get. Anyone who’s been naughty about food safety deserves something far worse in their stocking than a lump of coal. The nice should fare better,… Continue Reading

Pies Sold In New York Recalled

Brooklyn’s Domega NY International Co. Ltd. has recalled FUMA CUSTARD PIE because it may contain undeclared eggs. Consumers who are allergic to eggs may run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they consume this product. The recalled FUMA CUSTARD PIE is packaged in a 650 gram cardboard box containing 26 individual packages,… Continue Reading

Produce Inspection Training Program

Sharpen your produce inspection skills! The United Fresh Research & Education Foundation, in partnership with the USDA-AMS, is offering three produce inspection training courses in 2010. This unique program is designed to provide real, hands-on instruction from USDA experts to anyone involved in the produce supply chain – grower to retailer. If you receive, handle,… Continue Reading

FSIS Video Highlights ‘Food Safety Mobile’

Earlier this month, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA’s) Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) debuted its brand new, 40-foot-long Food Safety Discovery Zone, a food safety educational center on wheels that will travel across the country to teach the public about proper food handling. “The Discovery Zone… will take critical food safety messages directly to… Continue Reading

Cargill, E. coli Victim Settle Suit

From a Press Release:  Stephanie Smith and Cargill Meat Solutions Corporation announce jointly that they have settled the lawsuit filed by Ms. Smith in December 2009. Ms. Smith, a twenty-two year old former dance instructor from Cold Spring, Minnesota, sued for the severe injuries she suffered as a result of an E. coli O157:H7 infection… Continue Reading