Month: May 2018

Rodents, Unwanted Dead or Alive

Rodents, Unwanted Dead or Alive

The recent salmonella outbreak that originated in North Carolina comes from an unpleasant source. Rose Acre Farms in North Carolina suffered a heavy infestation of rodents and insects, as well as a serious lack of food safety culture, according to inspection reports. Thirty-five people who sourced eggs from the facility have gotten sick. Pest control […]

Incorporating Blockchain In E-learning To Safeguard Trust

Incorporating Blockchain In E-learning To Safeguard Trust

The word ‘training’ often brings to mind sitting in a stuffy room in plastic chairs, while the fluorescent lights hum overhead, the stale coffee burns your tongue, and the trainer drones on in a monotone that the participants drown out in subconscious self-defense nearly instantly. For many companies, this is true. Some see training as […]

More Than 200 Million Eggs Recalled…From a Single Producer

More Than 200 Million Eggs Recalled…From a Single Producer

More than 200 million eggs recalled…from a single producer The scope of food safety has changed in the past decades. Once, a producer shipped their product only within a few hours distance from their facility. ‘Vertical integration’ wasn’t a concept that anyone discussed; every farmer worked their own land, and sold their own product, as […]

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