A Food Safety Plan and HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points) are safe food advancements that are either required or recommended by the U.S. FDA (Federal Food and Drug Administration) with the ideal goal of eliminating outbreaks and food recalls. The alarming volume of over 500 food recalls in 2015 has since compelled Congress
By: Sam Keiper By now you have most likely heard that we are launching an expansion of our DFA of California services by forming an additional business segment, Safe Food Alliance. In addition to the new business segment, DFA Global Certifications has updated its business name to Safe Food Certifications, LLC, a sister organization to
The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), and its new requirements, has been discussed at length in the food industry in recent years. However there is one aspect of these new regulations that is still not widely known by many we talk with: the new requirements for human food by-products that are used for animal feed.
Please note that this report is a summary of various sources that summarize peer-reviewed research which means that findings discussed in the following article are the product of a formal investigation by a team of scientists. Most of these findings are subject to ongoing research which makes it impossible to conclusively predict the future of