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how to maintain food safety in a dry processing environment

How to Maintain Food Safety in a Dry Processing Environment

What is a Dry Processing Environment? A dry processing environment is a location where food materials are transformed into dry particles or where already dehydrated food products are further processed. For instance, this could involve turning a concentrated dairy formulation into powdered infant formula by spray drying or creating a pre-mixed spice blend by blending various dried spices. Dry processing generally refers to handling foods with low moisture content, such as cereals, animal feeds, grains, dried meats, or seeds. These

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what is the global food safety initiative gfsi

What is Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI)?

The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) is vital in ensuring food safety management systems. It endorses auditing platforms that meet its gold standard for food safety audits, instilling customer confidence and attracting new ones. GFSI evaluates suppliers based on disclosure, operational compliance, and traceability to ensure consistent, safe food production. Accreditation, capability building, and benchmarking contribute to improved industry practices and market accessibility. GFSI’s efforts benefit stakeholders by upholding the highest standards in food safety, product integrity, and cost efficiency.

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Food Preparation Essentials: 10 Tips to Ensure Food Safety

Ensuring the safety of the food we consume is a complex task that requires a multifaceted approach. From compliance with relevant food safety standards and regulations to regular sanitation and equipment maintenance, food industry personnel must take numerous factors into account to achieve this goal. However, by taking these crucial steps, food processing businesses can mitigate the risk of foodborne illnesses such as Salmonella, E. coli, and Campylobacter, which can have devastating consequences for patrons and the enterprise alike. But

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What is Shigellosis

Food Safety:  What is Shigellosis? And Why You Should Be Worried About When Preparing Your Food

What is Shigellosis? There are many different types of Shigellosis (simply known as Shigella) that can cause diarrhea (sometimes bloody), fever, and stomach cramps. However, what makes this foodborne infection dangerous is that it can be spread from one person to another. So it’s important to understand what is Shigellosis and how to prevent it. Also read:Food Safety: Post-Harvest Removal of Pesticide ResidueFood Safety: The Dangers of Salmonella in Food ProcessingFood Safety Habits to Practice in Your Kitchen Symptoms of

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Food Safety The Dangers of E. Coli in Food Processing

Food Safety: The Dangers of E. Coli in Food Processing

We all know that e. coli is a threat to human health that is transmitted by food. But what foods specifically? How is it controlled, and how can we protect ourselves from it as eaters and food producers? How to prevent E.Coli in food processing?  Also read: Food Safety: Post-Harvest Removal of Pesticide ResidueFood Safety: The Dangers of Salmonella in Food ProcessingFood Safety Habits to Practice in Your Kitchen What is E. Coli in Food Processing? Escherichia coli or better

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Food Safety: The Dangers of Salmonella in Food Processing

Salmonella is one of the most common bacterial causative agents of intestinal diseases across the world. High-risk foods such as raw meat or products made from eggs can transfer salmonella bacteria into our system when eaten raw or undercooked. Sometimes salmonella can also be found in plant-based food, and when they are not subject to heat treatment, they can also cultivate the bacteria in our gut.  Also read: Food Safety: Post-Harvest Removal of Pesticide ResidueThe Complete Guide to the BOEING

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Food Safety: Post-Harvest Removal of Pesticide Residue

Pesticides are one of the major inputs used for increasing the agricultural productivity of crops. However, the pesticide residues left to a variable extent in the food materials after harvesting are beyond the control of consumers and may have detrimental effects on human health. Therefore, it is essential to get rid of any pesticide residue from fresh produce such as fruits and vegetables before consuming them.  However, it is neither easy to tell how much pesticide each crop contains nor

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