Proactive and Preventive: Identifying and Addressing Food Safety Issues

August 01, 2023

Food safety is in the spotlight more than ever before. What goes on behind the scenes can play out on a world stage. From increased regulations to heightened consumer awareness, all eyes are on your product. But with that increased scrutiny comes more education as well as an opportunity to take a proactive, preventive approach that will keep your customers, your employees, and your company safe. By implementing a comprehensive environmental monitoring program, you can identify potential issues before they become major problems.

“Comprehensive” doesn’t have to mean complex. We know that testing, sampling, and data analysis can seem a little daunting, which is why we’ve created The Environmental Monitoring Learning Path, a five-part webinar series hosted by Dr. Martin Wiedmann of Cornell University. This series will walk you through the environmental monitoring process, discuss the key elements of a robust program, and provide you with solutions to maximize long-term benefits. In addition, it describes the various tests used in environmental monitoring programs, including tests for ATP, indicator organisms and pathogens, and sample collection strategies. And because this is designed to make your job easier, not harder, you can watch at your convenience. After you complete the webinars, you will receive an electronic certificate of participation.

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We hope you decide to take this first step on the path to environmental monitoring and encourage you to share this with anyone you think may benefit from the series. If you have any questions, please reach out to our team. We look forward to working with you!

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Category: Food Safety, Consumer Goods, Dietary Supplements, Food & Beverage, Milling & Grain, Pet Food, Adulteration, Allergens, Microbiology, Environmental Monitoring