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What are Some Food Safety and Food Quality Issues For Packers?

What the Packer Considers in Food Safety and Food Quality Issues - Dr. John Ruby, Technical Services, JBS USA, from the 2013 NIAA Merging Values and Technology conference, April 15-17, 2013, Louisville, KY, USA.

Dr. John Ruby, Technical Services, JBS USA, addresses what packers consider in food safety and quality issues: Foreign objects, Shelf-life/spoilage, Allergens, and Residues. Dr. Ruby's takeaways? Never lose sight of the basics of Good Manufacturing Practices (GMPx); Strict, daily attention to sanitation (SSOP’s); Prevent food safety hazards (HACCP Reassessment); and Organizations must have a strong intervention system.

Dr. Ruby also advises that when pressure is put on the system it very important to identify affected product and control the movement of that product. Finally, never be complacent and always search for improvements.

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