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Weekly News – June 29, 2020

Building the Future of Food Safety Technology Corvium’s Chief Strategy Officer, David Hatch, penned the foreword for Darin Detwiler’s latest book, “Building the Future of Food Safety Technology: Blockchain and Beyond”. The book covers the latest information on technology’s impact on the food industry and provides guidance and expert insights

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Weekly News – June 22, 2020

Salmonella Outbreak Now Involves 1 Death and 42 States; Live Poultry Blamed On May 21, 2020, Food Safety News reported that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention first announced the Salmonella Outbreak and now, one month later, “one person has died and more than 350 additional people have been

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Weekly News – June 15, 2020

Impact of SARS-CoV-2 on the Meat Industry and Food Safety According to Food Safety Magazine, “Before the COVID-19 pandemic, food- and agriculture-related employment comprised 11 percent of all U.S. employment, representing 22 million full- and part-time jobs.” While the pandemic has not only caused damage to the well being of

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Weekly News – June 8, 2020

In celebration of World Food Safety Day on June 7th, we gathered some of this year’s top articles within Food Safety. Food Safety in 2020: Everything You Need to Know The Top 5 Trends that Will Influence the Food Industry in 2020 Complying with the FSMA regulations. Modernization of food

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Weekly News – June 1, 2020

Although Coronavirus Dominates the Headlines, Other Safety Concerns Still Matter Concerns of the coronavirus remain present, however, “other safety concerns are still important. Processors still need to be mindful of sanitation, slip and fall injuries, electrical and mechanical hazards, and physical violence. Day-to-day operations are still the highest priority, even

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Weekly News – May 25, 2020

Petition Seeks COVID-19 Testing, Reporting, Warnings for Meat and Poultry According to Food Safety News, “A statement from the FSIS said the Physicians Committee request for testing meat and poultry for the presence of SARS-CoV-2 is being considered as a rulemaking petition without providing any scientific studies or other supportive

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Weekly News – May 18, 2020

Post-COVID-19 World Should Excite, Not Frighten Processors The National Provisioner created a special Post-COVID-19 video. “Andy Hanacek, editor-in-chief of The National Provisioner, and Dr. Phil Bass, University of Idaho, talk about what history tells us about the meat industry’s resilience and its ability to create a new, better normal in

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Weekly News – May 11, 2020

America’s Meatpacking Facilities Practice Safe Re-Opening According to Food Safety Magazine, meatpacking facilities have resumed or plan to resume operations this week following President Trump’s Executive Order directing the facilities to implement specific guidelines created for the meat and poultry sector in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. There are a

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Weekly News – May 4, 2020

The Battle for Consumer Packaged Goods Sales According to Prepared Foods, many consumer packaged goods companies have seen a positive outcome from the COVID-19 pandemic. “Emerging data suggest that smaller companies continue to gain so far post-COVID, with those present in stock-up categories benefitting most. Large manufacturers are not necessarily

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Weekly News – April 27, 2020

Tracking Coronavirus Closures at Food and Beverage Factories “From pork plants to snack factories, several food and beverage manufacturers across the country are forced to halt operations as COVID-19 spreads among their employees and communities.” “Food Dive is tracking the status of operations of major manufacturers’ plants as they navigate

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