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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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Weekly News – June 14, 2019

Unapproved Genetically Modified Wheat Found in Washington The U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA APHIS) is investigating the discovery of genetically modified (GM) wheat found growing in an unplanted agricultural field–the site of a former field trial–in Washington state. There are no GM wheat varieties

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Weekly News – June 3, 2019

“Cold-Smoked Fish to Blame for Multi-Country Listeria Outbreak” A multi-country food-borne outbreak in Europe finally has a confirmed source: cold-smoked trout and salmon. The fish products, produced in Estonia, were contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Cold-smoked trout and salmon were identified as the outbreak source via whole-genome sequencing by the European

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Weekly News – May 27, 2019

Opportunities to Improve Food Safety From Farm to Fork In a report by The PEW Charitable Trusts, the organization provided insight on food safety interventions that can help to reduce the risk of meat and poultry contamination. While the report specifically focuses on prevention at the farm level, of the

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Weekly News – May 20, 2019

Melody Ge, speaks with Food Safety Tech during Food Safety Summit Corvium’s Head of Compliance, Melody Ge, spoke with Food Safety Tech at the Food Safety Summit earlier this month. See what Melody had to say about how technology is being used in manufacturing, how quality continues to expand, the benefits, and why some

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