Monthly Archives: January 2012

Improving Food Safety Starts in Elementary School

By Jimmy Kendrick Recently, I was asked by a friend if I could visit his daughter’s 5th grade class. While  inquiring the when, where, and most of all, the WHY, he tells me that her robotics class is working on … Continue reading

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FSIS warns food processing plants not to alter practices during listeria testing

The Food Safety and Inspection Services (FSIS) recently released a notice regarding listeria testing for food processing plants that may temporarily alter their practices during Routine Risk-Based Listeria monocytogenes (RLm) Sampling or Intensified Verification Testing (IVT). According to a meatingplace.com … Continue reading

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