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3 Ways Allulose Impacts Your Nutrition Label
3 Ways Allulose Impacts Your Nutrition Label
With the rise of Keto and other carb-conscious diets, allulose is gaining popularity as an ingredient for baking, snacks and confectionary.
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75% of Businesses Miss These COVID-19 Mitigation Measures
75% of Businesses Miss These COVID-19 Mitigation Measures
Ask yourself this: before this year, did your Business Continuity Plan include workforce health measures related to pandemic preparedness? If you were like most operations, COVID-19 caught you off guard and you’ve spent the year trying to address its many pitfalls.
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2 In-Demand Labels You Should Be Leveraging To Grow Your Market
2 In-Demand Labels You Should Be Leveraging To Grow Your Market
COVID-19 has upended a lot of what we do. Many of us are now working from home in our good Zoom shirts, while running a homeschool, ordering our groceries online and washing our hands a whole lot more. (Thank goodness!) And as consumers our product preferences have also changed due to the crisis – more of us are turning to plant-based and gluten-free foods.
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Almarai is First in the World to Achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification
Almarai is First in the World to Achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification
Almarai Company, a leading food and beverage company and the world’s largest vertically integrated dairy operation, has become the first company in the world to achieve Pandemic Prepared Certification. This proactive measure is testimony to how their operation prepares for the future with this best-in-class protocol benchmark. Even during the ongoing pandemic, Certification provides assurance to their employees, supply chain and consumers that they are committed to establishing and maintaining best practices.
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How Does a Virtual GMP Inspection Work?
How Does a Virtual GMP Inspection Work?
AIB International food safety professionals are no strangers to travel. They're used to flying thousands of miles every year to deliver the thorough and rigorous audits your facility requires.

Well this year travel and audits look a little different! To gain some perspective on how Virtual GMP Inspections have changed auditing and what common concerns our auditors have been running into, we spoke with our Megan Coy Moran, Manager, Quality Assurance, North America.
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3 Issues Your Intermittent Operations Plan Should Address
3 Issues Your Intermittent Operations Plan Should Address
Everyone recognizes that it’s better to plan for the worst than to make it up as you go in the middle of a crisis.
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13 Pitfalls of Pandemic Preparedness Even Top Companies Make And How You Can Fix Them
13 Pitfalls of Pandemic Preparedness Even Top Companies Make And How You Can Fix Them
You’ll be surprised at what even the best food and beverage companies are missing from their pandemic preparedness plans. We were.
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FDA Proposes Additional Food Traceability Requirements
FDA Proposes Additional Food Traceability Requirements
Does your operation produce or use ingredients like cheese, shell eggs, nut butter, various produce, fin fish, and ready-to-eat deli salads?
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Earn Employee Confidence and Customer Business by Being Prepared
Earn Employee Confidence and Customer Business by Being Prepared
It's no surprise that in the midst of the pandemic, employee complaints are on the rise. Data from the Department of Labor shows that in April, May and June of this year, they were seeing an average of more than 20 whistleblower complaints per day related to COVID-19. We can assume that because these complaints are COVID-related, many of them were spurred by situations where employees felt unsafe in their job duties. Maybe they were without proper PPE or knew of an employee who was at work while running a fever, or believed that worker safety protocols were being compromised due to increased product demand or a workforce shortage.
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Did the Pandemic Break Your Supply Chain?
Did the Pandemic Break Your Supply Chain?
Never in recent memory has supply chain management been so challenged as it has through the current pandemic. As suppliers have been impacted, manufacturers have been taxed with keeping the supplies coming in and maintaining production.
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