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Seven Proactive Steps to Meet Holiday Demand
Seven Proactive Steps to Meet Holiday Demand
As we head into the holidays, consumers will soon be craving their favorite seasonal foods. Your operation may be tasked with helping to meet that demand, while continuing to produce your other products, which may have you running at increased capacity. To do so and continue ensuring food safety, here are seven steps you should take now to proactively prepare.
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Three Keys to Elevate Your Food Safety Culture
Three Keys to Elevate Your Food Safety Culture
Conventionally, the food safety and quality department work together closely to plan and execute upon food safety goals. However, a constructive relationship and partnership with the human resources department can also be beneficial. Here are three keys HR can contribute to elevate your food safety culture.
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Food Safety Day. Food Safety Month. Food Safety Year.
Food Safety Day. Food Safety Month. Food Safety Year.
On average, humans consume approximately 79,000 meals in a lifetime. That’s 79,000 times each of us expects food to be safe for consumption. As a partner to the global food and beverage food supply chain, we are committed to helping manufacturers, processors, packaging suppliers, storage/distribution, and others in ensuring that each of those meals can be consumed safely.
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Are You Unintentionally Sabotaging Your Food Safety? You May Be Surprised.
Are You Unintentionally Sabotaging Your Food Safety? You May Be Surprised.
The fruit and vegetable industry is challenging, in part because so many factors are simply beyond your control. With so much out of your hands, it’s critical to ensure that your production window is best utilized. One of the aspects you can control during this time is your water wash.
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No Planes, Trains or Automobiles – Go Virtual to Complete Your 2020 Training Goals
No Planes, Trains or Automobiles – Go Virtual to Complete Your 2020 Training Goals
We’re well into the second half of the year, and you may be deciding how you or your team will complete remaining annual training goals. Even with travel restrictions or limited budgets, there are a number of virtual training solutions available to meet your needs.
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AIB International Notice on Prevention Measures for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
AIB International Notice on Prevention Measures for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
At AIB International, it’s our mission to ensure the enjoyment of food – everywhere. With this in mind, we’ve been closely monitoring the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and its impact on the health of our employees and our client’s operations.
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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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The Importance of Self-Inspection: AIB International Bringing the Future Into Focus
The Importance of Self-Inspection: AIB International Bringing the Future Into Focus
The self-inspection process is crucial to your facility’s success in ensuring food safety. That’s why AIB International is developing tools to take self-inspection into the future and make them more easily accessible to you and your team.
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Tip of the Week: Your Fitness Tracker Could Violate GMPs
Tip of the Week: Your Fitness Tracker Could Violate GMPs
It seems like everybody is tracking their steps as a way to motivate themselves and improve their fitness. But should fitness trackers be worn by employees in food manufacturing facilities? Historically, all jewelry and watches have been prohibited, so does wearing a fitness tracker violate GMP regulations?
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3 Lessons From China’s Ban on Canadian Pork
3 Lessons From China’s Ban on Canadian Pork
Cases such as this Canadian pork ban that involve a banned substance and counterfeit certificates may be the result of either Food Safety, Food Fraud or Food Defense issues. Three possible scenarios are explained in this blog post.
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