What’s Wrong With Cos Lettuce?

Cos lettuce is a popular choice for many of us. They play a crucial part in a good Cesar salad. But they seem to have caused a quite a stir in regards to food safety.

Aldi customers – watch this before you shop!

All Aldi customers beware. There are a number of lines of potentially hazardous foods that have bad seals which allow bacteria to enter, and the modified air to escape. The use-by date is meaningless, and they should be recalled. Instead they are still on the shelf.

Video: How to Build a Risk & Compliance Model for Your FSMS

It is important to have a sound Food Safety Management System (FSMS). According to the International Standard ISO 22003, FSMS is defined as a set of interrelated elements that establish policy and objectives. With the aim to achieve objectives some

Video: Determining Detectability of Detectable Products

Detectable products can help business discover a contamination in their product. After the strawberry needle scandal that plagued Australia last month (read more here), we all need this reminder. This web seminar will help food businesses figure out what product

Do You Know Summer Food Safety? Part 2

Nothing says ‘Aussie summer’ than throwing a barbie. But the rising thermostat can cause bacterial growth in our food. Without the proper food safety procedures, it can lead to foodborne illneses! In the second part of the Summer Food Safety

Do You Know Summer Food Safety? Part 1

Summer is fast approaching down under! I just returned from a holiday in Iceland and believe me, I am beginning to feel the heat. And I don’t like it! Our food is something that also doesn’t like the heat. In

Video: BRC Issue 8 – Root and Branch Review

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has released a new Global Standard for Food Safety recently. This webinar will go through how to implement the topics raised in Issue 8, which are: encouraging development of product safety culture expanding the requirements

Food Recall: Sewing Needles in Strawberries

An urgent food recall was made on strawberries sold in Queensland, Victoria and New South Wales. Unless you have been a social media blackout, I’m sure you would have heard about this story by now.

Defining Common Health Terms: Low Fat 101

Low fat is probably one of the most common phrases used when people discuss a healthy diet. But what does this term actually mean? And is it as useful as society believes it to be.

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