Hazard Analysis And Critical Control Points

Civil complaint filed against Michel Cordon Bleu

FDA looks to shut down seafood processor

By Joseph James Whitworth

US authorities have taken action to prevent the distribution of ‘adulterated’ seafood products by a Californian company.

Picture: FSNS lab in Omaha

FSNS opens food testing lab in Omaha

By Joseph James Whitworth

Food Safety Net Services (FSNS) has opened a 16,400 square foot lab in Omaha, Nebraska with an investment in excess of $3m.

BSI's SCREEN module

BSI brings visibility to supply chain

By Joseph James Whitworth

BSI Supply Chain Services and Solutions has released food safety and fraud intelligence and assessment modules to help industry mitigate potential threats that could affect customers, their brand and bottom line.

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ISO 22000 revision reaches DIS stage

By Joseph James Whitworth

Revision for ISO 22000 on food safety management systems has reached Draft International Standard (DIS) stage.

The proposed rule changes will 'streamline' how butchers handle food hazards

New food safety rules for butchers

By Oscar Rousseau

New rules simplifying food safety management in small retail businesses, including butcheries, have been proposed by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). 

Recalled imported ham

No inspection, no HACCP or listeria plans

FSIS reports Saturday slough of high-risk recalls

By Heidi Parsons

The US Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) reported three Class I (high health risk) recalls during the weekend.

FVO reports findings from food contaminant audit in Romania

Lack of communication in contaminant control – FVO

By Joseph James Whitworth

There is a lack of communication around contaminant food testing for infants and young children in Romania despite arrangements being in place, according to the Food and Veterinary Office (FVO).

Hollandia Produce, which specializes in leafy greens, recently had a PrimusGFS certification audit and came out with flying colors.

Greens producer lands 100% on safety audit

By Jenni Spinner

Hollandia Produce, which specializes in leafy greens and ‘living’ lettuce, has earned a perfect score on a certification audit offered by Azzule Systems.

BRC analyses audit data and identify trends and developments for first time

HACCP plans must be improved, finds BRC

By Joseph James Whitworth

HACCP was the top non-conformity globally across certified sites, according to a British Retail Consortium (BRC) report.

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Dispatches from Pack Expo

Eagle signs six Channel Partners

By Jenny EAGLE

Eagle Product Inspection has signed up with six channel partners to provide on-the-ground support for customers across the US.

Intertek acquires Food Safety Assessment

Intertek expands into Africa

Intertek has acquired a food safety firm to expand into Africa to meet global demands on food quality and auditing.

FDA sends warning letter to Bellisio Foods

FDA warns seafood processor over HACCP failures

By Joe Whitworth

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has sent a warning letter to a seafood processing facility after an inspection found serious violations of Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) protocol.

Recalled meat issue uncovered

Recalled meat issue uncovered

Only about half the meat and poultry recalled in the United States
because of suspected health hazards between 1998 and 2002 was
actually recovered by the manufacturers, according to a new study.
This suggests new federal food safety...