In yesterday’s International Association for Food Protections’ Global Summit, experts in food safety from corporate and academic sectors discussed mitigation efforts that are being used to protect food workers from COVID-19 risks.
Any business involved in the manufacture, processing, packing, holding or delivery of food for people needs to understand and address food recalls.
When safety concerns arise with food, manufacturers have a legal and ethical responsibility…
Continue Reading University of Florida updates recall manual for food businesses
An October online survey of 524 adult residents of Florida found that respondents are concerned about food safety and genetically modified foods and believe they do a good job of keeping themselves safe from foodborne…
Continue Reading Online Survey: Floridians Concerned About Food Safety, GMO Foods
Fourteen foodborne pathogens cost $14.1 billion and present a significant public health burden, according to a report released today by the University of Florida’s Emerging Pathogens Institute. The study is the first comprehensive ranking of
Experts at the University of Florida are on a mission to help small farmers develop and implement on-farm food safety plans.
The University’s Small Farms Academy, part of the North Florida Research and Education Center,
Organic farms using manure as fertilizer may not be creating growing areas as fertile for foodborne pathogens as once thought.
A new computer model–called COLIWAVE–developed by researchers at the University of Florida, Wageningen University and