As promising as big data systems may appear, numerous regions are encountering glitches in operation.
Judy Sebastian, Food Quality & Safety's blogger, is a safety and quality consultant and trainer with the Dubai-based consultancy, Apex Food Consultants. Her professional journey began as an industrial biotechnologist working closely with food manufacturers, retailers, and food testing laboratories, whilst wearing several hats as a lab technician, food safety officer, and eventually a consultant. Being an avid writer and traveler, Judy has worked with various food and beverages brands across the Middle East, Asia, Europe, and the U.S., which in turn has added to her reservoir of food culture experiences. When she isn’t consulting, Judy is a learning and development professional who assists brands with organizational development and trainings through onsite and e-learning platforms. Reach her at email@example.com or follow her culinary travels on social media as @foodsheblogged.
Articles by Judy Sebastian
Instead of educating consumers with evidence-based findings, current scare tactics use popular emotion-based catchwords
Are inspections at senior communities a bit lax considering the majority of residents are the definition of “at-risk groups”?
The benefits of using popular digital platforms for foodborne outbreak detection
The convenience of new food delivery methods might be putting your consumers at risk
The underlying mesh behind cryptocurrencies, digital contracts, and more is changing health and safety management as we know it
Food systems around the world focus on ways to adapt agricultural practices to cope with physical and biochemical stresses
Food loss and food wastage have both been a continual problem that we’ve inherited and passed on in our food systems
Key areas to consider during natural disasters for catering, retail, and manufacturing operations
It’s time to address the elephant in the room: corruption