Food Safety

QMI changes name to QualiTru Sampling Systems

QMI is now QualiTru Sampling Systems. The company’s new name reflects a continuing commitment to accurate, aseptic sampling and a dedication to crea... continue reading »

Preventing postharvest decay after rain

The past two months has seen the usual extended periods of cool evening condensation but also some decent rainfall in many parts of California. Betwee... continue reading »

ICAPP voluntarily recalls frozen strawberries

The International Company for Agricultural Production & Processing (ICAPP) is voluntarily recalling certain lots of its frozen strawberries in res... continue reading »

Northwest show highlights food, beverage processors

The 2017 Northwest Food & Beverage World, presented by the Northwest Food Processors Association (NWFPA), promises to be a new experience with an ... continue reading »

Preventive Controls guidance issued for small businesses

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued small entity compliance guidances under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) to assist smal... continue reading »

Cornell leading effort to train farmers on produce safety rules

Cornell is leading a national alliance aimed at improving the safety of fresh produce and helping fruit and vegetable growers meet new regulatory requ... continue reading »

Center for Produce Safety awards new research projects

The Center for Produce Safety (CPS) has presented 10 new research awards valued at over $2 million.  The awards are for research projects directed a... continue reading »

Chlorine dioxide application system is linchpin of bioprotection technology

In today's unpredictable environment, a cultural push to decrease antibiotic use, a decrease in biodiversity, an increase in biodensity and an increas... continue reading »

Produce Safety Alliance offering Train-the-Trainer courses

Train-the-Trainer courses by the Produce Safety Alliance are well underway for 2016, with courses in 2017 already scheduled. PSA's Train-the-Traine... continue reading »

University of Maryland Extension offering FSMA training workshops

The University of Maryland Extension will host training workshops in produce safety and preventive control rules under the Food Safety Modernization A... continue reading »