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AIB International Expert’s Kill Step Validation Research to be Published
AIB International Expert’s Kill Step Validation Research to be Published
AIB International experts have long been recognized for their in-depth, cutting-edge knowledge of various food safety topics. The latest individual to be recognized for important scientific contributions is Kantha Channaiah, AIB International’s director of microbiology, whose kill step validation study was recently accepted for publication.
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Veterans, Service Members and Spouses Explore Food Industry Careers at Workshop
Veterans, Service Members and Spouses Explore Food Industry Careers at Workshop
The transition from military life to a civilian career can be challenging. But the food industry is hungry for a new generation of employees and committed to easing that transition.
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Celebrating (AIB) International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Celebrating (AIB) International Day of Women and Girls in Science
Established in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly, the International Day of Women and Girls in Science celebrates the contributions of women and girls to science and technology. At AIB International, hundreds of food safety experts around the globe work to ensure the enjoyment of food. In honor of this #womeninscience day, we are celebrating just a few of our colleagues worldwide, sharing their journeys in the STEM field and any advice they have for young girls considering a career in science and technology.
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ASB BakingTECH: Put Our Expertise to Work for You
ASB BakingTECH: Put Our Expertise to Work for You
As the baking industry’s workforce evolves, commercial bakeries will be challenged to maintain product quality and regulatory compliance. AIB International is leading efforts to train the next generation, we invite you to stop by our tabletop #426 during BakingTECH 2020, March 1-3 in Chicago.
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Special Update: Can the 2019 Novel Coronavirus be transmitted through food?
Special Update: Can the 2019 Novel Coronavirus be transmitted through food?
Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that cause respiratory diseases in birds and mammals, including the common cold in humans. The 2019 Novel Coronavirus, or 2019-nCoV, is a new contagious respiratory virus that causes severe respiratory infection. Initial investigation has linked (though has not clinically confirmed) 2019-nCoV to a large seafood and animal market in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China, and now it is spreading from person-to-person. Comparison of genetic analyses suggests that this virus emerged from a virus related to SARS, which first emerged in China in 2002.
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Opportunities and Engagement Abound at GFSI Conference 2020 – Join Us!
Opportunities and Engagement Abound at GFSI Conference 2020 – Join Us!
There is a lot to be excited about as we make final preparations for the Global Food Safety Initiative Conference taking place in Seattle, Washington, Feb. 25-28. We’re all excited for the event and we invite you to join us there.
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GFSI Conference 2020: Discovering the Future of Food Safety
GFSI Conference 2020: Discovering the Future of Food Safety
When the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) Conference welcomes industry professionals Feb. 25-28 in Seattle, AIB International will be front and center in the effort to advance global food safety.
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Selecting the Right GFSI Certification Scheme
Selecting the Right GFSI Certification Scheme
Selecting a Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) certification scheme is an important piece of shaping your organization’s food safety culture.
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Protect Your Facility from Intentional Harm and Comply with New FDA Regulations
Protect Your Facility from Intentional Harm and Comply with New FDA Regulations
Food production safety used to be limited to external threats, many of which could be controlled by simply erecting a fence or adding a key card system. Securing the safety of food production was a matter of securing your facility. Unfortunately, today’s biggest threats to food safety can come from both external and internal threats attacking the safety of the food supply – some of which may be intentional.
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Virtual Classroom Offers High-Quality Training with Convenient Access
Virtual Classroom Offers High-Quality Training with Convenient Access
AIB International’s global team of food safety and quality professionals spans 120 countries, with a variety of training options to reach clients the world over. However, geographic distance, scheduling conflicts and travel cost can continue to be significant hurdles to accessing high-quality training.
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