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  1. Food For Thought: Everything You’ve Ever Wanted To Know About Traceability But Were Afraid To Ask

    In this web chat, Jennifer McEntire, VP food safety & technology at United Fresh Produce Association joins Kristen Spotz, senior manager of food safety & quality assurance at GMA to talk all things traceability related to the food industry. In addition to providing leading traceability practices, the 45-minute session focuses heavily on McEntire and Spotz answering questions from the web chat’s audience.

  2. Enhance Food Safety Testing Through Molecular Pathogens

    The Atlas System is a fully automated molecular instrument that enhances the accuracy, speed, and efficiency of food safety testing through detection of molecular pathogens, including Listeria, Salmonella, Escherichia coli, and other organisms commonly implicated in food contamination episodes.

  3. Pathogen Detection Solutions For Food And Ingredient Manufacturers

    Pathogen testing is often outsourced to third-party lab providers. When choosing the best lab for your company, it is important to ask the right questions to ensure the test method aligns with the quality goals of the organization. This video provides guidance and offers suggestions to help you determine the best lab for you company’s pathogen detection needs.

  4. The History Of Food Safety Testing

    Times have changed. Innovation is bringing better solutions to today’s food manufacturers. Check out this short video on how food safety testing has evolved throughout the years and how Roka technology offers the next leap in innovation in food safety.

  5. What Microbial Detection Advancements Are Improving Food Safety?

    In this podcast, Dr. Gregory Siragusa, Sr. Principal Scientist of Microbiology at DuPont Nutrition and Health, discusses with Food Online Voices of the dangers that consumers face today in spite of all the efforts to improve food safety, as well as some of the advances in detection technology that are enabling food technologists to better protect consumers. Further, Dr. Siragusa acknowledges that there is no single solution to address every microbial threat to food safety, but addresses the need to address and eliminate a wide variety of threats. Finally, Dr. Siragusa discusses DuPont’s Detect and Protect services and how it helps address microbial issues in food production, such as spoilage and food waste.

  6. Detect All Contaminants: X-Ray Inspection Of Coffee With RAYCON Bulk Sorting System

    RAYCON BULK product sorting systems detect all contaminants that due to their
    density, chemical composition, or mechanical dimensions absorb X-radiation to
    greater degree than the surrounding product, for example, metal, glass, ceramics,
    and stone contaminants in food. RAYCON BULK will also detect some plastics (e.g.
    PVC, rubber).

  7. Detect Contaminants At High Line Speeds: RAYCON Bulk X-ray Sorting

    The RAYCON BULK product sorting system detects all metals. Iron, stainless steel, and non-ferrous metals.

  8. Consistently And Precisely Detect Contaminants: RAYCON

    The RAYCON X-ray system has an integrated conveyor belt that is designed for use in wet or dry applications and inspects packaged food product for contaminants or other unwanted defects.

  9. Reducing Listeria Contamination In RTE Meats

    In this podcast, Lynn Knipe, extension processed meats specialist at Ohio State University, looks at a variety of processing interventions available to prevent Listeria monocytogenes contamination in ready-to-eat meat products. Listeria is a pathogen that can tolerate most processing and packaging environments. Interventions to inhibit its growth can include antimicrobial agents as well as antimicrobial processes. This podcast summarizes the advantages and disadvantages of the methods that are currently commercially available and introduces emerging intervention technologies that will hopefully be commercially available in the near future.  

  10. What Are The Latest Technologies To Eliminate Microbial Food Pathogens?

    In this podcast, research scientist in novel food processing Dr. Tatiana Koutchma, discusses with Food Online Voices High Pressure Processing (HPP) and how it is used to improve food safety. Additionally, Dr. Koutchma explains what electromagnetic heating is, what the food manufacturing industry is doing with this technology, and how it is benefitting food manufacturers and processors. Finally, Dr. Koutchma discusses how Ultraviolet (UV) light is being utilized in the food manufacturing and processing industry to reduce pathogens and bolster food safety.