We talked with former FDA official Tom Sidebottom to get his thoughts on traceability, data sharing, and the New Era of Smarter Food Safety.
Is traceability technology a burdensome cost of compliance, or can it provide a return on investment? We’d like to present the 4 most common misconceptions we hear about traceability technology and show how it can benefit your business.
In Part 2 of our series with Dr. Bob Whitaker, he provides the next steps for companies who want to create a culture of data sharing and build trust with their buyers.
In the 1990s, the airline industry was at a crossroads in terms of trust with consumers and government regulators. Can the airline industry approach to safety be a blueprint for fresh produce?
Our team attended the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP) 2022 Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. It was a great opportunity to connect with other professionals and learn about the latest food safety issues. Here are some key takeaways from IAFP 2022.
Get a recap of our conversation with our valued partner, DNO Produce. We discuss technology and ROI, employee retention, making data-driven decisions and more.
What are you doing to prepare for Rule 204? Have you thought about leveraging traceability for a competitive advantage? Learn more about Rule 204 and why you should start thinking beyond compliance.
iFoodDS proudly sponsored a session presented by Fresh Del Monte and BrightFarms at Food Safety Summit 2022. Read our recap to get 4 core concepts from the presentation.
Food companies need the right tools to inform their COVID mitigation strategies, and now iFoodDS has partnered with Cornell University to provide a solution. We created an infectious disease model with funding from a USDA grant to help processors, growers, and other companies in the perishable supply chain make these difficult decisions.
Recurrent illness outbreaks associated with fresh produce highlight the importance of creating a proactive food safety culture. Dr. Bob Whitaker discusses why every produce business needs a measurable food safety culture and provides a model for change to help you transform your own culture.