FOOD SAFETY CONFERENCE EXPLORES OTHER SIDE THROUGH DEBATES
ST. LOUIS — Cable news is programed to attract only people who agree with the a network’s point of view, college campuses are snuffing out debates before they begin, and many an organization wants only to dictate how their members think — then there’s the International Association for Food Protection. IAFP first made debates a part… Continue Reading

CULTURAL BIAS COULD MAKE IT DIFFICULT TO ACHIEVE FSMA PARITY
ST. LOUIS — The “wet” street slaughter of a pig in China, which occurs in the wee hours of the morning, is still expected to be warm when the customer arrives sometime before noon. Brazilians think allergens are a disease experienced only by North Americans. Fresh produce isn’t a concern in the Middle East because all fruits… Continue Reading

FEDS CHANNEL THE STONES: YOU CAN’T ALWAYS GET WHAT YOU WANT…
ST. LOUIS — Neither of the top U.S. food cops on stage here had the moves of Mick Jagger, but they borrowed the sentiment from one of The Stones’ greatest hits when they summed up federal progress on the food safety front. “You can’t always get what you want,” Jagger said in 1969. But, if… Continue Reading

THE SALMONELLA QUESTION ISN’T EASILY ANSWERED
ST. LOUIS — A scientist, a retiree and a lawyer walk into a seminar room. There’s no punchline. They’re no joke. They came to talk Salmonella and they are deadly serious. The three-part session Monday afternoon at the annual conference of the International Association for Food Protection was headlined with a question in the program… Continue Reading

 

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