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Yiannas to discuss FDA’s New Era of Smarter Food Safety at GS1 show

Frank Yiannas, the Food and Drug Administration’s deputy commissioner for food policy and response and the former food safety expert at Walmart, is delivering the opening speech at the GS1 Connect 2020.

Universities develop better, faster foodborne E. coli detectors

Researchers at Kansas State University and Purdue University have discovered faster, better ways to detect foodborne pathogens that are especially harmful to people.

FDA releases Intentional Adulteration Rule installment

The Food and Drug Administration has released the third and final installment of the Intentional Adulteration Rule under the Food Safety Modernization Act.

Workshop helps companies with recall readiness

The United Fresh Recall Ready Program is sponsoring a workshop to educate companies on the process involved in recalling products.

Demos Global Group named accredited certification body for FSMA

The International Accreditation Service has accredited Demos Global Group Inc. as an additional certification body under the FDA’s Accredited Third-Party Certification Program, the FDA reports.

Pineapple organization’s conference covers global issues

The International Pineapple Organization's first-quarter Global Pineapple Conference has a busy schedule, with a day-long series of conference sessions and a tour of Port Everglades.

Emerson releases next-gen GO Real-Time Tracker

Emerson, St. Louis, has released its next-generation GO Real-Time Tracker, which gives companies cold chain data throughout the shipping process.

Western Food Safety Summit registration available

Tim York, president of Salinas, Calif.-based Markon Cooperative, is the keynote speaker for the opening day of the Western Food Safety Summit.

Josh Hinkle promoted to senior VP of East at PSSI

Food safety and sanitation company PSSI, Kieler, Wis., has promoted Josh Hinkle to senior vice president of the East Region.

LGMA lists steps taken by industry following E. coli outbreaks

California’s Leafy Greens Marketing Agreement has released a list of steps the group and others in the produce industry, as well as regulators, have taken to address E. coli outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce.