As the seasons shift toward warm weather, people begin having more outdoor picnics and gatherings and start eating more fresh produce and dairy products like ice cream.
Dangerous toxins can be found in food crops at any stage in the supply chain, which is why a regular schedule of food safety testing is vital to the health of the public. One such class of toxins, Mycotoxins, are naturally occurring compounds produced by certain types of molds that can appear on many kinds of agricultural products.
Put a Consistent Automated Sampling Program in Place for Accurate Test Results
One of the most important things to consider in order to get accurate test results in food safety testing is your sampling process. Many companies still rely on manually sampling animal feed, byproduct, or animals themselves rather than automated sampling. But this encourages a number of problems that may not allow for the most effective quality testing. Read more
From Starters to Growers to Finishers
Delivering the highest quality product is at the top of nearly every company’s priority list, but for those in the poultry industry, it can be a matter of public safety. And “good enough” just won’t cut it when you’re responsible for keeping consumers from being exposed to dangerous pathogens and bacteria. That’s why poultry testing is so important. Read more
About the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is in the process of creating an established testing program in conjunction with accredited laboratories in an effort to review the safety of food and animal feeds in unique circumstances. Read more
What Are the USDA Grain Grading Standards?
USDA grain grading and commodity standards are put into place to measure levels of value and quality for agricultural commodities. These are commonly utilized to assess the quality of various agriculture products such as grain, rice, corn, beans, and others. Read more