Severe weather events can mean power outages, floods and other problems that can affect the safety of food. Knowing what to do after a weather event can help you reduce your risk of illness
Isabel Hoffman, Mark Bloore, Behafarid Darvish and Zoltan Kovacs of Canada and UK-based Tellspec describe a new, miniaturised food sensor able to detect compounds in food at a molecular level. They explain the potential of the sensor for detecting melamine adulteration of foods.
Anchorage bartenders and waiters may have to start using gloves or utensils to make mixed drinks with lemons, limes, olives or other garnishments if city health officials move forward with a recently unveiled update to local food safety laws.
On May 27, 2016, FDA published its final rule to implement the intentional adulteration (or “food defense”) provisions of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). Click here for a copy of the final rule. Click here for an FDA fact sheet summarizing the final rule.
Most folks that you talk to nowadays have questions about their food, where it comes from and how it is produced.
We have become an urban society. It’s incredible to me how much inaccurate information is on the internet and social media sites.
IBM today announced that it is working with a consortium that includes Dole, Golden State Foods, Kroger, McCormick and Company, Nestlé, Tyson Foods, Unilever and Walmart to bring the benefit of blockchains to the food supply chain.