Endangered Species Chocolate demonstrated impressive efforts in their technology, certifications, training, regulatory compliance, and risk reduction.
Lori Valigra writes about science, technology, and business for general and specialty news outlets in the U.S., Europe, and Asia, including coverage of the "farm to fork" movement and food safety. She’s been involved in several media startups, and had articles published by The Boston Globe, Reuters, Science magazine, and others. She holds an MS in science journalism from Boston University and a BS in medical writing from University of Pittsburgh. She won numerous journalism fellowships and awards, including the Knight Science Journalism Fellowship at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Lori enjoys bicycling, snowshoeing, gardening, and traveling. She lives in the western mountains of Maine. Reach her at email@example.com.
Articles by Lori Valigra
Hindustan Coca-Cola Beverages has established processes, incentive-based key performance indicators, training for all personnel, and individual role goals revolving around the safety of its products.
The Mexican tomato industry and the U.S. Department of Commerce entered into a draft agreement on August 21 that would end a bitter trade dispute and withdraw tariffs that might have caused tomato shortages and higher prices domestically. The new agreement would suspend the ongoing antidumping investigation by the United States into fresh tomatoes from… [Read More]
Engineers develop Vegebot to lend a robotic hand in identifying and picking iceberg lettuce.
Dung beetles, soil bacteria may be a natural “clean up crew” to improve food safety.
This year’s United Fresh expo features enhanced programming, networking events.
Vendors would benefit from customized food safety training programs to address issues and regulatory requirements.
Public debates are raging on over the accuracy and usefulness of product labels.
USDA Harmonized GAP audit aligns with the FDA’s Produce Safety Rule to streamline audits for farmers.
Various risk factors associated with open water sources and ways to minimize those risks through management practices.