Weekly News Scan – September 29th, 2021

Fast-Growing Salmonella Outbreak Spans 29 States, Origin Still Unknown

According to Food Safety Tech “The CDC has been unable to determine the origin of a “fast-growing” Salmonella Oranienburg outbreak that has sickened nearly 280 people across 29 states.”

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Amid Labor Shortage, Restaurants and Grocery Stores Challenged to Focus on Sanitation and Employee Training

Food Safety Tech highlights the importance of employee training in a recent Q&A interview. “A focus on employee training will help lead to a culture of food safety where everyone from the corporate CEO to the manager and janitorial staff feels accountable and can understand the consequences of failure to follow proper protocols.”

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When We Work Harder Together, the Sky’s the Limit

Melody Ge, VP of Governance, Intelligence, Analytics at Corvium, sat down with John Carter, area Europe quality director at Ferrero, to discuss equality in the food industry. “John advises young professionals to avoid limiting themselves to one function.”

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Reducing Pathogenic Bacteria from Animals During the Harvesting Process

Food Safety Magazine discusses, “sampling and related testing is often The National Provisioner outlines ”a research procedure to reduce Salmonella and other pathogenic bacteria from poultry, beef and other slaughter animals thus providing the incentive for scientists to develop research procedure

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