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Three of our food safety and baking experts were on some of the recent 'BAKED in Science' podcasts. You can check them out below.

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Tip of the Week: Divide and Conquer - Establishing Environmental Monitoring Zones
Tip of the Week: Divide and Conquer - Establishing Environmental Monitoring Zones
The best way to identify environmental monitoring sampling points is to use the sanitary zoning concept which divides facility operations into four zones based on the levels of risk.
6492 Views

FDA Helps Produce Farmers and Fresh-Cut Produce Processors by Providing Draft FSMA Guidance
FDA Helps Produce Farmers and Fresh-Cut Produce Processors by Providing Draft FSMA Guidance
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued two draft guidance documents to assist farmers and fresh-cut produce processors understand what they need to do to meet requirements established by FSMA.
640 Views

Tip of the Week: Selecting a Pest Management Partner
Tip of the Week: Selecting a Pest Management Partner
Questions to ask companies you’re considering doing business with.
1231 Views

British Food Exporter Considers AIB International an External Partner
British Food Exporter Considers AIB International an External Partner
The food labeling experts at AIB International worked with Karina Pearson taking extra time to ensure challenging deadlines were met. Here is a Q&A with Pearson on how this process helped her global client.
857 Views

BAKED in Science Podcast Features Director of Baking Services at AIB International Dr. Debi Rogers
BAKED in Science Podcast Features Director of Baking Services at AIB International Dr. Debi Rogers
This episode is all about sprouted grains. Dr. Debi Rogers explains the challenges for bakers to control the fermentation process and decrease the variables in sprouting.
849 Views

Tip of the Week: Pet Food - Safety Matters
Tip of the Week: Pet Food - Safety Matters
Pet food recalls have continued to concern fur families, with the most recent recall reported by FDA just last week. This year alone there have been 33 pet food recalls reported in the FDA registry, most of them attributed to microbiological contamination. 
904 Views

Tip of the Week: Making Nutrition Information Easier for Those With Diabetes
Tip of the Week: Making Nutrition Information Easier for Those With Diabetes
AIB International’s Food Labeling Services recently received a question regarding making nutrition information more transparent for people diagnosed with diabetes. We thought this information was important to share with the industry.
1728 Views

Tip of the Week: Food Fraud: What’s Required?
Tip of the Week: Food Fraud: What’s Required?
As our Food Safety Professionals inspect and audit food companies they’re considering how economically motivated adulteration or food fraud is accounted for in the food safety plan.
2058 Views

Ask Our Labeling Professionals: What Resources Are You Reading?
Ask Our Labeling Professionals: What Resources Are You Reading?
We polled AIB International's Labeling Professionals for their must-read resources.
1592 Views

Strawberries? An unlikely target for intentional adulteration.
Strawberries? An unlikely target for intentional adulteration.
Australia's strawberry industry is facing an outbreak of intentional adulteration. One consumer found a needle in a strawberry and since then there have been more than 100 reported cases of consumers finding needles in strawberries. Authorities believe many of the cases are copycats. This scare has caused strawberry manufacturers to dump truckloads of inventory for fear of contamination and multiple countries have halted imports of Australian strawberries.
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