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Tip of the Week: Excerpts from AIB International's Inspect Your Food Plant in 30 Minutes
Tip of the Week: Excerpts from AIB International's Inspect Your Food Plant in 30 Minutes
With a supportive team, a proven strategy, and 30 minutes set aside each week, you can divide and conquer your plant with a self-inspection program that will prepare you for even the most rigorous regulatory and third-party inspections.
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Consumers’ Demands Underscore Need for Food Fraud Training
Consumers’ Demands Underscore Need for Food Fraud Training
Food fraud has become one of the biggest threats to the global food system today. With consumers eating more packaged food and the supply chain becoming more complex, companies need to minimize their food fraud risks if they want to position their brand as aligning with consumer demand for transparency and trust.
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Tip of the Week: Antibiotic Testing in Milk
Tip of the Week: Antibiotic Testing in Milk
Every tank load of milk in the US is tested for the presence of common antibiotic residues. This week's Tip of the Week, provides a checklist of the required information for antibiotic testing in milk.
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Tip of the Week: How to Control Condensation in a Food Premises
Tip of the Week: How to Control Condensation in a Food Premises
Control the main factors that cause condensation: moisture, temperature, and pressure with this approach to reducing mold growth.
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Tip of the Week: 5 Better-For-You Sweet Swaps
Tip of the Week: 5 Better-For-You Sweet Swaps
Alternative sugar ingredients should be purposeful for your baked goods and enhance the taste. In order to understand how sugar functions in sweet goods, training is essential.
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Tip of the Week: Listeria Prevention in Fresh Cut Salad Facilities
Tip of the Week: <em>Listeria</em> Prevention in Fresh Cut Salad Facilities
The fresh cut produce industry is a fast-growing portion of the food retail market. However, fresh cut fruits and vegetables raise food safety concerns, because exposed tissue may be colonized more easily by pathogenic bacteria than intact produce.
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Tip of the Week: Overcoming Unannounced Audit Anxiety
Tip of the Week: Overcoming Unannounced Audit Anxiety
Unannounced audits can be challenging, but at AIB International we pride ourselves on ensuring a seamless experience to overcome the audit anxiety that might be building.
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Tip of the Week: What is the "seek & destroy" approach in an environmental monitoring program?
Tip of the Week: What is the
How does a food facility incorporate the finding and fixing of potential sources of contamination (e.g., niches) before food safety is compromised?
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Tip of the Week: Back to Basics -- Hairnets
Tip of the Week: Back to Basics -- Hairnets
Do you check efficient usage of hairnets in your plant?
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