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In This Issue:
Global Supply Chain Best PracticeFEATURED ARTICLES
  • Six Steps for Reducing the Incidence of Pet Food Recalls
  • Audits and Auditing: Are You Preparing for Improvement? 
  • Natural Companions By Tina Brillinger
BLOGS: FOOD SAFETY IN
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  • The Modernization of Food Safety Training: Three Key Changes Needed
  • The Three Most Vulnerable Points in Your Supply Chain:  Part Two: The Manufacturing Process

Featured AThe Evolving Definition of Food Safetyrticle: Six Steps for Reducing the Incidence of Pet Food Recalls By Jaan Koel – Human food and pet food are becoming increasingly aligned in terms of how and where ingredients are sourced, how and where the foods are processed, how they’re packaged; and how they’re distributed, regulated and, if need be, recalled.....Read More
The Evolving Definition of Food SafetyAudits and Auditing: Are You Preparing for Improvement? By Yuksel Eyyuboglu – Part of the magic of a food safety audit is that it reveals powerful information about dealing with a worst-case-scenario situation while the stakes are still quite low: in one situation.....Read More
 
Do You Need to Strengthen Your Food Safety Culture? Ask These Four Questions FirstArticle: Natural Companions By Tina Brillinger – Not long ago, raw materials for pet food came from off-cuts, rejects and scrapings off the factory floor. No longer. Pet food manufacturing, in terms of ingredients, safety and automated equipment, is approaching food manufacturing methods and standards for humans......Read more

The Three Most Vulnerable Points in Your Supply Chain: Raw MaterialsBlog: The Modernization of Food Safety Training: Three Key Changes Needed By Victor Muliyil – In a world flooded with food safety schemes, standards and training programs, most people seeking training have a tough time choosing courses to suit their learning needs. It’s an important issue and everyone’s time is valuable.....Read More
 
Blog: ThDo You Need to Strengthen Your Food Safety Culture? Ask These Four Questions Firste Three Most Vulnerable Points in Your Supply Chain:  Part Two: The Manufacturing Process By Ann-Marie Beall – A supply chain is a system for transforming natural resources, raw materials, and components into a finished product that is delivered to an end customer....Read More 
 
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