Weekly News Scan – March 22, 2021

Health Department Honors Local Food Operations for Safety Practices

According to the Telegraph Forum, “eight years, zero food safety violations: That’s the standard set by four local food operations that were honored by Crawford County Public Health this week.”

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Document Management Helps Increase Efficiency

Food Engineering discusses how AK Pizza Crusts manufacturers were interested in finding a document management system and once they did, the results were astonishing. “An improved document management system has allowed AK Pizza Crust to streamline its AP process and reduced staff time on invoices, despite significant company growth and AP tasks nearly doubling.”

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General Mills CEO Says Company Takes Food Safety Very Seriously After Shrimp Tail Claims Go Viral

The story heard around the world. CNBC reports “General Mills CEO Jeff Harmening said that the company takes food safety very seriously after a customer’s claim that he found shrimp tails in his Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal went viral.”

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Turkey Wraps Now on Recall List Because Of Listeria Fears

Food Safety News reports “MG Foods is expanding its recall of dozens of sandwiches to include three turkey wraps because of potential contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.”

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