The technology is intended to help modernize the FSIS food export certification process.
A graduate of the University of Miami, Keith Loria is an award-winning journalist who has been writing for major newspapers and magazines for close to 20 years, on topics as diverse as food, sports, business, theater, and government. He started his career with the Associated Press and has held high editorial positions at Rinkside, BCA Insider, and Soap Opera Digest. Reach him at [email protected]
Articles by Keith Loria
The Trouble with Edible Testing
While the cannabis industry is surging, issues with edible testing remain. It is still unclear how it will be regulated, and what entity will oversee it.
Nuts ‘N More Recalls Peanut Spread Over Possible Listeria Contamination
Nuts ‘N More recalls 4,143 jars of its Plain Peanut Spread due to potential Listeria contamination.
CDC: Food Products Pose Little Risk of Spreading Novel Coronavirus
This latest update from the CDC says that there is little evidence to suggest animals or animal products imported from China pose a risk for spreading 2019-nCoV; the virus is spread from person-to-person contact, and not from food or water.
New Report Looks for Solutions to Curtail Recalls
A new report concludes that lapses in food protection policies, enforcement, and inspection have jeopardized the health of the U.S. population over the past 10 years.
Amity Packing Co. Recalls 2,020 Pounds of Ground Beef Products
The raw ground beef products are potentially contaminated with clear, thin, pliable plastic.
FDA to Update FSMA in 2020 with New Standards on Traceability, Automated Methods
Food companies should be preparing now through enacting a written safety plan and properly training staff.
Chemical in Food Packaging is Dangerous, Environmental Groups State in FDA Lawsuit
The Food and Drug Administration approved perchlorate for use in plastic packaging for food in 2005, but a number of environmental and public-health advocacy groups says it’s not safe, especially… [Read More]
New Report Predicts Collapse of Dairy and Cattle Industries
The dairy and cattle industries will have collapsed by 2030 and the rest of the livestock industry will follow, according to a new report. The report, by independent think tank… [Read More]
New California Bill Aims to Improve Recyclable Plastic in Beverage Containers
In the past year, California residents used more than 12 billion plastic beverage bottles, according to data collected by CalRecycle, with many of those containers having little recyclable materials. That… [Read More]
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