Save the Date: FDA and Stop Foodborne Illness to Co-Host Food Safety Culture Webinar

October 18, 2021 FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Stop Foodborne Illness, a non-profit public health organization, are collaborating on a webinar series that explores food safety culture, one of the core elements in FDA’s New Era of Smarter Food Safety initiative.

Seven Proactive Steps to Meet Holiday Demand -AIB International

As we head into the holidays, consumers will soon be craving their favorite seasonal foods. Your operation may be tasked with helping to meet that demand, while continuing to produce your other products, which may have you running at increased capacity. To do so and continue ensuring food safety, here are seven steps you should take now to proactively prepare.

Release of 2019 Annual Report on the Sources of Foodborne Illness by the Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration

October 18, 2021 USDA

In an ongoing effort to understand sources of foodborne illness in the United States, the Interagency Food Safety Analytics Collaboration (IFSAC) collects and analyzes foodborne illness outbreak data for four pathogens – Salmonella, Escherichia coli O157, Listeria monocytogenes, and Campylobacter – and specific foods and food categories that are responsible for foodborne illnesses in the United States.

Squadle for C-Stores Delivers Greater Food Safety For Growing Foodservice Sales

October 6, 2021 Squadle 

Squadle, a workflow automation company that enables multi-unit operators to simplify complex operations and streamline food safety, today announced Squadle for C-Stores, an offering that automates food safety and compliance for convenience stores. The new offering enables c-stores to implement best practices across multiple locations for preparing and cooking food with digital checklists, shift management, compliance time control and temperature monitoring systems.  

Assign an Expert: When to Call in a Food Safety Professional -AIB International

October 4, 2021 AIB International

While internal teams often do an incredible job managing many different standards and programs, calling in a food safety expert for a temporary assignment can be valuable. Their fresh set of eyes on an issue can supplement your internal food safety and quality team, while bringing you the latest in industry best practices.