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Why Have Recent Studies Shown EU Food Safety Procedures Are Lacking? food safety image

Why Have Recent Studies Shown EU Food Safety Procedures Are Lacking?

In the European Union, public trust in both national authorities and wider EU institutions is fairly high – 60% and 58% respectively, according to the most recent World Food Safety Day report. However, reports also show that Europeans have a limited understanding of how their food safety system works. It’s not surprising that other recent …

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What Goes Into Product Tracking Procedures To Prevent Foodborne Illness?

Canada enjoys one of the safest food systems in the world. The security comes from vigilance at all levels of the food industry, one which attempts to track and secure products and ingredients from picking to processing to consumption.  When a foodborne illness is detected, this system goes to work to ensure it doesn’t spread. …

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Can You Still Consume Freezer Burnt Food?

Freezer burn affects almost everyone – just about all consumers have a cut of meat or bag of veggies that gets lost at the bottom of the freezer. Some people will take out a steak or bag of sausages, see some discolouration, and think it’s ruined. That’s not always the case!  

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What Is The CFIA and How Can You Benefit From It?

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is Canada’s highest authority on food safety. This agency, the largest science-based regulatory agency in the country, enforces food safety legislation and how it relates to concepts that are important to this, like accurate product information.  Regulatory agencies can have a reputation as an obstacle to businesses, but the …

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