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Food Safety Blog

The Food Safety Blog

Stay up-to-date with the latest information and news on pathogen detection and control for the best food safety solutions.

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Risk Management in the Food Industry: Who’s Really in Charge?

By: Mike Koeris
March 8th, 2017

All along the food chain -- from producers and processors to retailers and consumers -- safety risks exist. Food is susceptible to contamination at many points in its journey. For food processing plants, this means it is necessary to establish and maintain strict, proactive practices for safe food production and handling. But, ultimately, who’s in charge of this effort? Where does responsibility for food safety risk management reside?

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Regulations explained | CONTROL | Food Safety Testing | Sample6 | FSMA | DETECT | Food Safety

How Sample6 is making the Industry Safer

By: Florence Maounis
November 14th, 2016

Our approach is three-fold: First and foremost, we protect your brand! Second, we help you comply with existing and new rules and regulations! Third, we reduce your risk while producing food and serving customers!

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Food Safety Testing | FSMA | Food Safety and Cost

Add Revenue to Your Bottom Line with Proper Food Safety Testing

By: Florence Maounis
October 24th, 2016

FSMA shifts FDA’s focus from reaction to prevention and makes food producers accountable for the safety of their products. Better food safety practices are always good for business and will help you differentiate your business from your competition and can help increase your top and bottom line. Good food safety practices have an impact on your bottom line. Your best-in-class food safety practices will be recognized by consumers and valued, allowing you to advance your business.

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Regulations explained | CONTROL | FSMA

How Sample6 Addresses FSMA Requirements

By: Mike Koeris
October 6th, 2016

New FSMA rules require that companies establish a food safety plan (FSP) that meets certain key requirements. Food Safety companies are responding by developing products that can help the small and medium companies be compliant with the new FSMA rules.    

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Regulations explained | Food Safety Education | Food Safety Testing | FSMA

How to Successfully Run a Food Safety Program Across Multiple Facilities

By: Mike Koeris
September 30th, 2016

The Food Safety Modernization Act shifts the Food and Drug Administration's focus from reaction to prevention. Food producers are now accountable for the safety of their products. A survey by iRely found "71% of food and beverages manufacturers believe that FSMA will require changing the way they operate." This contrasts with the 44% of them who can't point to specific parts of the act that could cause problems.

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Industry News | Regulations explained | FSMA

Ensure Your Business Becomes FSMA Compliant

By: Mike Koeris
June 16th, 2016

Today, FDA rules for food production and distribution change fast, and it can be difficult to stay on top of it all. Some of the most recent changes from the FDA revolve around the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). On September 17 of 2015, the FDA published its final rules for preventive controls in both human and animal foods. These rules require FDA-registered facilities that handle human and animal foods to monitor for hazards and implement preventive controls to mitigate pathogens.

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