SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. — Eagle is offering a protective clothing comparison guide on its website that breaks down the pros and cons of disposable and reusable gear for food safety environments.
The full comparison guide can be downloaded here.
Despite the decrease in recall events, automotive recalls still impacted more than 50.3 million units in 2020, just shy of the 50.7 million recalled units in 2019 and significantly higher than the 30 million recalled units in 2018.
WINDSOR, Wis. - Bell Laboratories announced the launch of its newly registered rodenticide, Contrac California Bromethalin Blox. The 28-gram all-weather blocks are made with the single-feed acute active ingredient bromethalin.
Registered for use only in California, the new product specifically meets all state regulatory requirements for structural rodenticide use. Available for shipment, it is packaged in an 18-pound pail with a blue lid for easy differentiation.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — Target late last week announced a number of changes across its executive leadership team.
Among those changes is Rick Gomez being named the company's executive vice president and chief food and beverage officer. Gomez, who has been with Target since 2013, most recently served as the company’s chief marketing, digital and strategy officer. During that time, Target said, he led the organization in deepening its relationship with its guests, launched one of the country’s fastest-growing loyalty programs and helped Target achieve industry-leading digital growth. Gomez will leverage the deep expertise he has developed during his time at Target, combined with more than 20 years managing multi-billion-dollar consumer packaged goods brands with MillerCoors, PepsiCo and Quaker Oats, to further accelerate Target’s food and beverage business.
Here’s a look at articles and other resources for the week of Feb. 8 highlighted by the QA staff.
The Purdue University professors cite increased handwashing as a benefit to food safety.
With the test, Neogen said it can provide precise results that quickly identify new types of outbreaks, and also provide early signals of potential infections and surges within facilities.
The FDA's comments include info on how it has been trying to combat the issue, which made headlines earlier this month.
The in-person event will be in Phoenix July 18-21 and will feature hundreds of technical papers, posters and symposia, detailing current information on a variety of topics relating to food safety.
The Institute for the Advancement of Food and Nutrition Sciences will drive cross-sector public and private scientific efforts to support confident public health decision-making.
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