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Tip of the Week: Why is Everyone Talking About Acrylamide?
Tip of the Week: Why is Everyone Talking About Acrylamide?
Acrylamide is classified as a probable human carcinogen and food companies may need to use a combination of approaches to reduce acrylamide.
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Tip of the Week: All About B Vitamins
Tip of the Week: All About B Vitamins
Let’s take a deeper look into how these nutrients are labeled and when they are required to be disclosed.
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Tip of the Week: Frontline or Bottom Line: What Risk Do Under-Trained Employees Present?
Tip of the Week: Frontline or Bottom Line: What Risk Do Under-Trained Employees Present?
These valued team members often have a proven dedication to the company and are planning a career in the food industry. It would be careless not to invest in advancing their skillsets.
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Tip of the Week: 3 Key Answers for Your Qualified Individuals
Tip of the Week: 3 Key Answers for Your Qualified Individuals
You’ve got questions about FSMA’s Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) requirements. We’ve got answers.
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Tip of the Week: Put the Cell Phone Down
Tip of the Week: Put the Cell Phone Down
This is a reposted Tip of the Week that still applies today. What is your facility's policy on cell phones?
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Tip of the Week: Shelf-Life Modes of Failure
Tip of the Week: Shelf-Life Modes of Failure
Because shelf life issues are product dependent, it is important to identify common faults that tend to occur over storage.
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Tip of the Week: An Updated Look at the FDA’s Definition of Dietary Fiber
Tip of the Week: An Updated Look at the FDA’s Definition of Dietary Fiber
With recent FDA approvals of several non-digestible carbohydrates as dietary fiber, it was necessary to update the list of approved dietary fibers in our original blog post and change the example.
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Tip of the Week: It’s Official, The Final Wave of PC Rule Compliance Dates Are Closing In for Human Food Manufacturers, Part 2
Tip of the Week: It’s Official, The Final Wave of PC Rule Compliance Dates Are Closing In for Human Food Manufacturers, Part 2
Pasteurized Milk Ordinance (PMO) facilities are subject to this final wave too. How do the requirements of FSMA’s Preventive Controls Rule compare to the requirements in PMO?
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