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There is a growing demand for fruit and vegetables across the Western world, thanks to increased awareness of their nutritional and health benefits. But we’ve always been taught they might not be safe to eat straight out of the supermarket, and they have to be washed first. Is this the case? And what might happen if we don’t?
Frozen fruits and vegetables, such as strawberries, green peas, sweet corn or baby carrots, are a fast growing market segment in the food industry.
This time of year, most fridges are stocked up with food and drinks to share with family and friends. Let’s not make ourselves and our guests sick by getting things wrong when preparing and serving food.
The Gates Terminator hose can be used in all types of wash-down applications such as meat (abattoirs) and poultry processing plants as well as general food manufacturing facilities.
Rubbermaid’s HYGEN Microfibre is an innovative microfibre cleaning system proven to remove 99.9 per cent of microbes, including C. diff, a bacteria that can cause illness and infection.
Built to last with a replaceable white EPDM rubber grip, the heavy-duty hose nozzles from Tecpro Australia are designed to take all the knocks and shocks of everyday food and beverage manufacturing.
The TankJet M60 Mobile Tank Cleaner from Spraying Systems removes tough residues quickly and effectively using low flow rates.
Following the frozen berries Hepatitis A breakout in 2015 that affected more than 30 people and slashed the food manufacturer’s earnings, Patties Foods has said that it is selling its Creative Gourmet brand and also removing the frozen berries range from its Nanna’s brand.
Erze Ambalaj, the largest producer of expanding foam packaging for food in Turkey, together with Parx Plastics has developed antimicrobial packaging that significantly reduces the growth of Salmonella, Listeria, E.Coli and Staphylococcus Aureus in food packaging.
The Elephant brand stick pens are designed with or without a pocket clip and offer the option to have a lanyard attachment point.
Fonterra Te Awamutu has become the first site in the world to be awarded the newly created Food Safety System Certification 22000 – Quality, an internationally recognised food safety accreditation.
According to the Washington Post, former peanut company owner Stewart Parnell has been sentenced to 28 years in prison for his role in a salmonella outbreak that killed nine people and sickened hundreds between 2008 and 2009 in the US.
The re-designed Turbodisc range, available from Tecpro Australia, has several improvements in efficiency, performance and long-term reliability.
Time is money, and while audits are part and parcel of being a manufacturer, you should strive to make them as efficient as possible.
Following the end of its annual three-day conference, HACCP recognised the best in food safety at its 2014 awards ceremony held in Sydney last night.
The finalists for the 2014 HACCP Conference Awards have been named, with winners revealed in Sydney on 27 August.
Celebrating the food safety contributions by Australia’s food manufacturing industry professionals, the winners of the 2013 HACCP Awards have been announced.
Without doubt, the biggest challenge we, our children, and our grandchildren will face is the rising global demand for food and its impact on the environment, says Major General John Hartley, CEO of Future Directions International.