Go beyond industry leading transparency, safety and quality strategies

The 2019 agenda has been released. Join food & beverage industry leaders from across America and beyond to discuss, share and learn about: 

  • Establishing a food defence plan
  • Dealing effectively with product recalls
  • Risk assessment of the supply chain
  • Tools for achieving compliance with food safety laws and regulations
  • Achieving, maintaining and improving quality
  • Engaging with workforce in a culture of safety and quality

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The FSMA Intentional Adulteration Rule: Tools to Help You Comply

The Intentional Adulteration Rule is the final FSMA rule to go into enforcement. The compliance deadline for large businesses is July 26, 2019 — a little less than eight months away. If you haven’t started preparing your food defense plan yet, now’s the time. This article provides a brief overview of the rule and its requirements, and then highlights a few tools and technologies you can use on your path to compliance.

Boosting holiday food safety through consumer education

In just a few short weeks, people across the country will sit down to Thanksgiving dinner. A few weeks after that, families will gather again for a variety of holiday celebrations. While these gatherings will take many different forms, there’s one thing they all have in common: food. Not only do avid cooks pull out all of the stops to show off their culinary prowess, but even people who rarely cook the rest of the year dust off their cookbooks and don aprons.

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Sr. Principal Regulatory Scientist, Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc.

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Managing Editor, Food Engineering Magazine

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Senior Quality Manager, Land O'Lakes

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