Weekly News Scan – January 18, 2021

Global The Food Safety Testing And Technologies Market To Witness Huge Gains Over 2020-2026

According to The Courier, testing and technology will continue to make great strides over the next 5 years. The “latest developmental trends and future market prospects that are likely to spearhead current product demand and future status of this market are elaborately comprehended.”

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Preparing for Your First Remote Audit? Everything You Should Know

Food Safety Strategies discusses the “need to knows” for remote audit and how they could be here for good. “Instead of doing away with in-person audits because of the risk of spread, GFSI used this opportunity to adopt instead of compromising strict food safety standards”.

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Listeria in Butternut Squash Prompts Multiple Recalls

Food Safety News reports Pero Family Farms has recalled certain butternut squash ingredients due to possible listeria contamination. Publix, the main distributor of the butternut squash confirmed they “removed the impacted product from all store shelves” As of now, there are no reported illnesses.

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Milk Recalled Because of Concerns About Contamination with Sanitizers

Food Safety News addresses the “possible presence of sanitizers in some half-pint containers of Hiland Dairy brand milk spurred the company to recall 240,000 servings from “institutional customers” in Oklahoma and Texas.”

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