The change of seasons can bring a chance of snow for some and a chance of viruses for even more. Sharing time, meals and close spaces from Thanksgiving weekend through New Year’s Day all too often means sharing bugs, which don’t discriminate.
Closer scrutiny of suppliers to catch problems before they reach the restaurant can better protect consumers and brands, professionals charged with those tasks indicated at the 12th annual Nation’s Restaurant News Food Safety Symposium sponsored by Ecolab.
Consumers, manufacturers and brand owners require a lot from packaging. We need packages to promote and protect products, provide necessary ingredient, instruction and safety information and enhance supply chain efficiency to ensure products reach consumers while maintaining the highest safety and quality standards.
Putting bacteria-targeting-viruses into food packaging could keep food from spreading illnesses such as Salmonella poisoning
It’s important to keep packaged food free of bacteria for safe eating. Bacteria such as Salmonella and Listeria can contaminate food and cause infection. This is particularly dangerous now, as antibiotic resistance is rising and bacteria are becoming immune to our antibiotics. We need another way to keep our food safe.
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Any astute cattleman knows that he cannot change feed sources on his herd quickly; he must gradually blend the new feed with the old over several days. If he doesn’t do this, he runs the risk of creating health issues for his animals, such as bloating. This is particular problematic in the spring when moving the herd from dry hay onto lush green vegetation.