2022 has been a year filled with both challenges and progress for the food industry. iFoodDS would like to share our own perspective on what we felt were the industry highlights for the year. Here is our recap of the biggest topics in the food industry for 2022.
We talked with former FDA official Tom Sidebottom to get his thoughts on traceability, data sharing, and the New Era of Smarter Food Safety.
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.
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.
When was the last time you evaluated your environmental monitoring procedures, routine sampling sites, or corrective actions? Could your program be updated to account for new equipment or processes in your facility? Here are five best practices to implement for your EMP.
The iFoodDecisionSciences government affairs team recently completed an intensive two-day listening tour in the Salinas Valley of California. The purpose of the visit was to hear directly from the people who power the American food supply chain as Congress begins preparation for a reauthorization of federal agricultural policy, set to begin in 2023.
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.