Food Safety

Trimble integrates SmartSense technology to monitor food safety data

Trimble is integrating SmartSense continuous temperature monitoring for food safety systems to provide remote, real-time temperature data for ... continue reading »

Arizona LGMA updates food safety practices

The Arizona Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement (AZ LGMA) said it will enter its upcoming growing season with improved food safety practices in light of ... continue reading »

Walmart sends letter to leafy greens suppliers mandating blockchain

Walmart and Sam’s Clubs have sent a letter to their leafy greens suppliers asking them to install blockchain technology to track products back to th... continue reading »

Fresh Express convenes new panel to help solve cyclospora outbreaks

Fresh Express will form a Fresh Express Blue-Ribbon Panel to be chaired by epidemiologist and infectious disease expert Michael Osterholm to study th... continue reading »

New workshops to cover listeria control

Multiple produce organizations are inviting companies from across the fresh produce supply chain to learn strategies to control and prevent Listeria ... continue reading »

High Pressure High Standards

When it comes to high-pressure processing (HPP) and the produce category, guacamole came first. HPP grew to catch on with salsas and, today more than ... continue reading »

Link to cattle operation eyed in romaine lettuce E. coli outbreak

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), along with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state and local partners, continues ... continue reading »

KRONEN releases updated ultraviolet disinfection tool for salads

KRONEN said it has further developed its UVC, Ultraviolet-C, disinfection lock, adapting it to the needs of the users. The UVC disinfection lock from ... continue reading »

Trevor Suslow named PMA vice president of food safety

Starting this fall, Trevor Suslow will become the Produce Marketing Association’s (PMA) vice president of food safety. Suslow joins PMA from the Uni... continue reading »

Romaine lettuce outbreak tied to irrigation canal

According to news reports, tainted irrigation water appears to be the source of a national food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce. A... continue reading »