Fight for Food Safety

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Is your company’s insurance ‘recall-ready’?

By Shawn K. Stevens
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If you think it is unlikely that your food products will someday be recalled, or that you’ll be covered by your insurance if it ever happens, think again.
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Train your employees to think, not simply act

By Shawn K. Stevens
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The beef-processing industry faces incredible regulatory and litigation exposure as a result of food-safety and food-quality issues.
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Why food safety matters

By Shawn K. Stevens
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I’m writing this article on an airplane, while flying along the East Coast.
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Ask yourself: What would a jury think?

By Shawn K. Stevens
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Life often presents us with some very difficult decisions. And, in many cases, the decisions we make can have some very serious consequences
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Embrace the three ‘Cs’ of food safety

By Shawn K. Stevens
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The greatest challenge for the food industry over the past decade has been to continuously find new and better ways to make our food supply safer.
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Managing your next Food Safety Assessment

By Shawn K. Stevens
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Until a few years ago, there were still a number of federal meat establishments that had not yet experienced a comprehensive Food Safety Assessment (FSA).
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Giving tax incentives for testing

By Shawn K. Stevens
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As government and industry strive to improve the safety of our food supply, not a day goes by when we don’t hear about more legislation, added regulation and new policy.
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Leaning forward in the food-safety foxhole

By Shawn K. Stevens
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How is your company oriented when it comes to food safety? Is your company leaning forward in the food-safety foxhole, or hoping that if a problem happens it can hide in it instead?
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Listeria isn’t leaving (unfortunately)

By Shawn K. Stevens
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I spent some time in my last two columns dissecting recent trends involving recalls for E. coli O157:H7 and allergens.
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Attack of the allergens

By Shawn K. Stevens
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Last month, I wrote about how industry has managed to virtually eliminate E. coliO157:H7 from our beef supply. Indeed, in the last two years, there have been only a handful of recalls relating to E. coli, and none were associated with foodborne illnesses or outbreaks.  


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