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Weekly News – August 26, 2019

Compliance with the Intentional Adulteration Rule: Using FMEA for Your Vulnerability Assessment In an article for Food Safety Tech, Corvium’s Melody Ge discusses how using FMEA (Failure Modes and Effects Analysis) can help companies assess vulnerable steps within their processes. By calculating a Risk Priority Number (RPN) score, based on the

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Weekly News – August 19, 2019

Managing Risks in the Global Supply Chain As companies expand their supply chains around the globe, they can also be opening themselves up to more risks. However, experts say there are steps companies can take to minimize risks and remain competitive. They include assessing current processes, identifying and evaluating potential

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Weekly News – August 12, 2019

Food safety first: New Borton Fruit facility, designed from ground up with food safety in mind, expected to reduce risks and costs After touring Borton Fruit’s newly-built facility in Yakima Washington, Good Fruit Grower discusses the planning and work that went into creating the world-class facility. Some of the features include cutting-edge

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Weekly News – July 29, 2019

Shining New Light on Preventing Food Recalls With each step along the supply chain offering its own unique challenges, there are many opportunities for food safety efforts to fail. While using chemicals to disinfect has become standard practice, Food Safety Tech argues that this method is outdated and insufficient. Instead,

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Weekly News – July 22, 2019

Can Agile Manufacturing Improve the Food Industry? Breaking down of the benefits of agile manufacturing, a system focused on quick responses rather than a reduction of wasteful processes, Food Safety Tech considers how this method of production can improve food safety and compliance. It argues that customer feedback is one of the

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Weekly News – July 15, 2019

Flooding and Food Safety: A Two-Part Plan for Extreme Weather Season In addition to disrupting power to critical equipment and damaging property, when food businesses flood, food safety is put at risk. Flood waters can be contaminated with debris, sewage, chemicals, pests and more. In a restaurant or foodservice operation,

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Weekly News – July 8, 2019

Corvium and Cherney Partner for Environmental Monitoring Automation Quality Assurance Magazine highlighted the Corvium and Cherney partnership in a recent article. Corvium Inc. and Cherney Microbiological Services, an accredited food testing laboratory and proficiency program provider, have partnered to enable diagnostic results to be automatically delivered through Control-Pro, Corvium’s environmental monitoring

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Weekly News – July 1, 2019

Globalization increases risk of multi-country food safety issues – FAO Increased globalization of the food supply means people worldwide are more exposed to different hazards, according to a United Nations agency. In a brochure on the future of food safety, the Food and Agriculture Organization of the UN (FAO) said

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Weekly News – June 24, 2019

Borton Fruit Uses Corvium Safety Software System The FDA has released a new online training module to help the industry and government to better understand the rules around the Food The Packer discussed with Borton Fruit the importance of monitoring for pathogens in fresh produce because of the lack of a “kill

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Weekly News – June 17, 2019

The Real Time Value of Technology in Food Safety How technology can help to make better business decisions, despite the food industry lagging behind with many companies still collecting data using manual methods. However, when food companies employ technology, they have increased access to information that contributes to daily decisions

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