The term Low GI has been thrown around a lot recently. From food blogs to insta-mums, everyone likes to say that a low GI diet is the way to go! But is it really as useful as they make it
FSSC 22000 is now in place! FSSC (Food Safety System Certification) 22000 is fully recognized by the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) and is based on existing ISO Standards. This certification provides a framework for effectively managing your organization’s food
Earlier this week we talked about healthy buzzwords that are being used (click here to see it). This post will explore one such buzzword: organic. In a world where additives are used in most food production, many people find going
Being health conscious is one of the biggest trends at the moment. It is a good trend at that! But with so many buzzwords being thrown around, it can get confusing. Read on to find out what the keywords actually
As heading towards the latter half of 2018, our food safety antennas might be off. Here are some tips that can help us thinking about food safety again.
Many of us know Salmonella is one of the most common food poisoning causes. We try to cook out food properly in attempt to kill the bacteria. But a recent food recall in the United States has challenged the way
The newest food safety recall involves baby food, so if you are young parents, please pay attention! It is a very popular product so remember to check your pantry and prams for this!
Chipotle has only had bad press for the past few years. A few too many food poisoning outbreaks have come out over the years. Sales have dropped as a result. And now with new management, have the old Chipotle problems
Food safety training is essential for any food business. But as technology develops, the nature of food safety has changed. It has helped maintain better standards and regulate the process of production. But humans are still in charge of the
As we close off July, here is the latest international food safety round up! What news comes around the world in food safety?
Food recalls have happened a lot lately around the country and glass can be one reason a product may be recalled. Also, a lot of food packaging requires this material. But glass is also very breakable. How can you be
Some fruits and vegies are actually better off on the counter — or stored in a cool, dark environment like the pantry. While they may not get ruined from being stored in the fridge, the best-by date is often shortened,
In the past few months, Australia has had a handful of food recall announcements made. The Food Safety Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) most recent recall was made last week (find out more here). Why have so many products been
Tis the season for food recall down under! Another food recall was announced last Friday by the Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ). Which item is the culprit for this newest recall?
There has been a recent frozen vegetable scandal. The Food Standards Australia and New Zealand (FSANZ) issues a recall on Monday for supermarkets across Australia. This is after fears of potential contamination by the deadly listeria bacteria, which killed six
It’s been a few days since the new food labelling laws have been in place around Australia. Have you had a chance to look at the new rules?
Having an environmental monitoring program (EMP) can play an important part in food safety. It can help access whether the practices implemented in a facility works. It also can provide the information needed to prevent microbial contamination of food products.
When you have a lot of food in the picnic, the sun will, no doubt, be out and beating on your food. Even though it is winter, the sun here down under remains very strong. So if you were having
Food safety culture has improved over the past few years. But is it at the point where we can comfortably be in? Or is there more room for improvement in your organisation? The web seminar will help you figure out
In South Australia, more than 26 people sick have now suffered salmonella poisoning, and a food recall is underway. The product in question is alfalfa sprouts. If you know anyone in South Australia who eats alfalfa sprouts, then they need to