I am submitting this letter in response to Dan Flynn’s earlier piece regarding pork inspection line speeds.
The federal government’s decision to put pork producers in charge of their own food safety
Editor Dan Flynn’s Jan. 12 letter supporting the USDA’s new swine slaughter rule perpetuates so many falsehoods, it merits a lengthy response. Among other things, the new rule removes all line speed…
I like your recent post Letter From the Editor on Counting Cows.
Don’t forget Canada who is the USA’s largest trading partner in beef (reciprocal trading too) is also very capable of
Fresh produce plays an important part of an overall healthy diet. While millions of servings of fresh produce are consumed safely every day, recent outbreaks of foodborne illness have once again placed produce safety
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Editor’s note: This contributed piece is from the thesis of Jamie Ragos, the current holder of The Dave Theno Fellowship for Food Safety.
Thesis: Over the past three years, there has been an…
Editor’s note: This interview was originally published by the Pew Charitable Trusts and is reprinted here with permission.
Food businesses that invest in digital temperature sensors will experience important benefits: reducing food safety breaches, preventing food waste, and saving significant money. Digital temperature sensors are a smart and important investment for restaurants…