Corvium Food Safety News


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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Managing Your Environmental Testing During the COVID-19 Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting tremendous stress on the food supply chain, from farm-to-fork, as the industry struggles to balance increased demand with the disruptive threat of the virus on business and the workforce. For food manufacturers, an unintended consequence of actions being implemented to protect workers from COVID-19 —

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Exceeding the Requirements of Government Food Safety Standards

Over the last four decades, food safety has been covered by 30 federal laws and 15 federal agencies. Now these agencies are asking for better funding to protect food safety programs within the U.S. using the latest technology. In a step forward, former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb has requested more funding

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Food Recall Statistics: Who’s Been Hit Hardest?

Food recalls happen much more often than the public typically realizes. However, when national attention spotlights a company recall, it has the potential to cause irreparable damage to the brand and even initiate liability consequences for decision-makers. As consumers become more informed about food safety issues and government agencies tighten their

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