Food Safety Audits
Learn helpful tips and tools for improving your organization’s food safety program. While the food supply chain is arguably safer now than at any other time in history, the pressure to maintain and improve food safety has never been more demanding.
The passage of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is largely responsible for driving this awareness, but so too are increasing imports of food products, recall and contamination events, and supply chain complexities that include multiple suppliers and distribution points. Click here to learn more about the latest Food Safety Audits.
What a (Food) Waste
A new survey concludes that 40 percent of the food in America gets tossed out either at the farm, the grocery store, or in our homes. That’s $165 billion in wasted food each year, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC). Click here to learn more about Food Waste.
Fresh Needs Fast—Rail is Up to the Challenge
With the FSMA food logistics will be under pressure for temperature controls and increased sanitation and food safety conditions.
Based on these converging pressures, the use of rail in selected ways is proving a cost effective and value-added way in assuring optimal quality for the most fragile and perishable products. Click here to learn more about food safety and rail.