Look to the future in food safety at IAFP 2019

July 11, 2019 by 3M Food Safety

Are you a food safety professional? Then you don’t want to miss out on one of the most forward-looking events of 2019 – the International Association for Food Protection’s 2019 Annual Meeting, or simply IAFP 2019. This year’s event looks at current trends including artificial intelligence, home food delivery, and emerging foods – like edible … Continue reading “Look to the future in food safety at IAFP 2019”

Look to the future in food safety at IAFP 2019

Are you a food safety professional? Then you don’t want to miss out on one of the most forward-looking events of 2019 – the International Association for Food Protection’s 2019 Annual Meeting, or simply IAFP 2019. This year’s event looks at current trends including artificial intelligence, home food delivery, and emerging foods – like edible … Continue reading “Look to the future in food safety at IAFP 2019”

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Improving food safety by testing for indicator organisms and pathogens

Eating fads continue to come and go, and some of those trends bring new safety challenges for the food industry. Locally-sourced food – including gardens inside restaurants — raw smoothies, and peoples’ undying love of cookie dough have led to the consumption of unsafe food. One trend embraced among food safety experts is a focus … Continue reading “Improving food safety by testing for indicator organisms and pathogens”

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Ensuring high-quality and safe food: monitoring for spoilage organisms and allergens

None of us likes to be surprised by opening a container of butter and discovering it’s rancid. Nor do we enjoy reaching into a bag of apples to find a soft and squishy one. Food spoilage is inevitable for most products, but certain microorganisms can accelerate the decaying process. Improper storage and handling can expose … Continue reading “Ensuring high-quality and safe food: monitoring for spoilage organisms and allergens”

Environmental Monitoring

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