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How to Prevent Staling in Baked Goods
How to Prevent Staling in Baked Goods
Question: I am a commercial baker and always seem to have issues in the warmer months of my products feeling stale by midday. I have been inundated with complaints recently and am becoming frustrated. Do you have some solutions you could offer me to alleviate the issue? Thank you.
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AIB International adds new BRC Training Academy courses to its lineup.
AIB International adds new BRC Training Academy courses to its lineup.
AIB International continues to excel as a BRC Approved Training Provider as it recently added five new courses from the official BRC Training Academy to its repertoire of in-plant training
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Environmental Monitoring Program: An Early Warning System for Microbiological Hazards
Environmental Monitoring Program: An Early Warning System for Microbiological Hazards
Although we enjoy one of the safest food supplies in the world, foodborne illness remains common in the United States where foodborne illness outbreaks affect millions and kill thousands of people. These outbreaks also undermine consumer confidence in affected products, result in large recalls, and diminish market demand.
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Boil Water Orders
Boil Water Orders
Are you ready for a boil water order? Most facilities have an action plan for a power outage, but what about a lack of water? Check with your water supplier and ask to be placed on the call list for early notification of issues with the water quality. Then, develop an action plan before a potential disaster.
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Listeria - Why You Can’t Ignore the Risk
Listeria - Why You Can’t Ignore the Risk
Unless you’ve been living off the grid you’re probably aware that Listeria monocytogenes is a hot topic in both mainstream and food industry news outlets. Listeria, one of the most deadly food pathogens, has been traditionally linked to contamination in deli meat and unpasteurized cheese products. However, in recent years, foodborne illness attributed to Listeria monocytogenes has increased significantly in the United States.
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Tip of the Week - Drainage
Tip of the Week - Drainage
Do you inspect your outside grounds and roof for drainage issues regularly?
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Participant Profile - Roberto "Tito" Santana
Participant Profile - Roberto
Roberto “Tito” Santana practically grew up in a bakery. His family has owned Panificadora La Popular Ltd in his home country of Belize since 1955. Despite these deep roots, he found much to be gained from the Bakery Science & Technology (BS&T) resident course at AIB International’s headquarters in Manhattan, Kansas. Tito served as Class 186’s president, and spoke to us following his class’ graduation ceremony on May 20, 2015.
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AIB International taking food defense program to the next level
AIB International taking food defense program to the next level
Defending the international food supply is more important than ever, which is why AIB International is bolstering its efforts to prepare the food industry for intentional threats.
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Pesticides, Herbicides and Your Chemical Control Program
Pesticides, Herbicides and Your Chemical Control Program
Spring brings warmer temperatures and an increase in pest activity. Keep in mind that pesticides are part of your chemical control program. This is a good time to remind your employees that pesticides include things like herbicides (i.e. Round Up) that are used for weed control and household pesticides. Herbicides are pesticides and need to be treated as such and managed as part of the chemical control program.
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AIBI-CS's website has a new look!
AIBI-CS's website has a new look!
AIB International Certification Services’ (AIBI-CS) new website walks clients through the certification process from audit selection to achieving certification
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