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In This Issue:


FEATURED ARTICLES
  • Chickening out on Campylobacter in the UK:
    More Progress Needed
  • Three Key Areas to Focus on for Building a Safer and Integrated Supply Chain
BLOGS: FOOD SAFETY IN
A GLOBAL  VILLAGE
  • Notes from the Field: 2016 SQF
    International Conference Highlights
  • Comparing Food Recall Procedures between Europe and the USA 
  • Communicating for Food Safety: Seven Steps on the Ladder to Success


Chickening out on Campylobacter in the UK: More Progress NeededFeatured Article: Chickening out on Campylobacter in the UK: More Progress Needed - By Suzanne Osborne -  If every UK chicken contaminated with Campylobacter went to a football game today, you could fill Wembley Stadium, an arena with a 90,000-person... Read More
 
Three Key Suggestions for Building a Safer, More Integrated Supply ChainThree Key Areas to Focus on for Building a Safer and Integrated Supply Chain By Marcelo Gomez- There are many aspects to improving food safety and one that merits additional focus for food manufacturers is the concept of supply chain integration. An integrated food ... Read More
 
Supporting a Culture of Quality in the Food & Beverage Industry Whitepaper Download
Report from the Floor: 2016 SQF International Conference Notes Notes from the Field: 2016 SQF International Conference Highlights By Sarah Malenich  Even before the attendees and sponsors of the 2016 SQF International Conference arrived in Orlando at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Studios, the conference was.. Read More
 
Food Recall Procedures in Europe and the USA: Three Big Differences You Might Need to Know - See more at: http://blog.globalfoodsafetyresource.com/#sthash.W98Yga2G.dpufBlog: Comparing Food Recall Procedures between Europe and the USA - By Cesare Varallo - Regulation is an important issue for anyone who takes food from farm to fork, no matter what side of the Atlantic Ocean they’re on. But there are some dramatic differences in how the  ... Read More
 
Communicating for Food Safety: Seven Steps on the Ladder to SuccessBlog: Communicating for Food Safety: Seven Steps on the Ladder to Success.  By Joan Martino -  Some would agree that 90% of a manager’s job is communicating, yet many managers fail to take the time to plan for proper communications. It’s a big job. Yet it can make all the difference...Read More
 
WHITEPAPER: Supporting a Culture of Quality in the Food & Beverage Industry. There’s often a balancing act between supply chain efficiency and product quality. This eBook discusses the current operational and regulatory trends in the food and beverage industry...Download Now
 
Event CalendarCalendar of Events
For a list of upcoming conferences and webinars...Click Here
Dec 5-9, 2016 - Food Safety Consortium
Jan 9-11, 2017 - Northwest Food and Beverage World 2017
April 18-21, 2017- GMA Science Forum
April 19-20, 2017 - North American Summit on Food Safety
 
Food Safety Announcements:
BRC Global Standards Publishes Revised Global Standard for Consumer Products.To stay on top of the latest updates and innovations from industry. Click Here
 
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