The magazine is the exclusive dairy publication media partner for the annual summit.
December 1, 2012
Dairy Foods announces its new role as the exclusive dairy publication serving as a media partner for the annual Food Safety Summit, the leading forum on food safety and food security, with the world's top authorities examining the most up-to-date innovations in the industry.
Matching the proper labeling supply to the application takes an understanding of the hundreds of chemicals used at chemical washdown sites.
November 28, 2012
Washdown areas in the dairy industry are among the most difficult areas to maintain OSHA compliance for food handling because bacteria can be found in almost any food handling scenario. The food industry relies on chemical washdown processes to eliminate bacteria. Signs and labels communicate safe plant procedures for these requirements. Because of the harsh environment, standard signs have a tendency to bleed or simply peel right off. The International Dairy Foods Association and the National Milk Producers Federation have introduced guidelines to ensure dairy products are protected and signs, labels and tags play an important role communicating these guidelines.
Facilities can register online, via mail or fax. FDA encourages online registration.
October 20, 2012
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued further information and guidance regarding registration requirements for domestic and foreign manufacturers, processors, packers or holders of food for human or animal consumption based on changes made by the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Ac
LANSING, Mich., Oct. 23, 2012 — Neogen Corporation has introduced an innovative preventative maintenance and service program designed to make it even easier to use Neogen’s test kits and lab instruments.
Only 11 dairies in seven states are listed on the Interstate Milk Shippers list as participating in the National Conference of Interstate Milk Shippers’ hazard analysis and critical control points program.
October 17, 2012
Dairy operations, for the past several years, have been encouraged to adopt HACCP by their customers who believed that HACCP is an important part of total quality management.
In 2009, tainted peanuts from Peanut Corp. of America also affected dairy processors.
October 11, 2012
Dean Foods Co. is the latest ice cream maker to recall varieties made with peanut butter. Other dairy processors that have issued voluntary recalls include Oregon Ice Cream, Clemmys, Belfonte, Smith Dairy, BGC Manufacturing, Toft Dairy, Talenti Gelato, and Rich Products Corp.