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Three of our food safety and baking experts were on some of the recent 'BAKED in Science' podcasts. You can check them out below.

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Tip of the Week: 7 Useful Environmental Monitoring Program Tips From Our Expert Microbiologist
Tip of the Week: 7 Useful Environmental Monitoring Program Tips From Our Expert Microbiologist
In this Tip of the Week, AIB International’s Microbiologist Dr. Kantha Channaiah, answers all our questions for 2019 sanitary preparations.
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Tip of the Week: Addition of Protein in Bakery Products
Tip of the Week: Addition of Protein in Bakery Products
Products with higher levels of protein are a common demand among consumers today. This trend has made its way into all categories of the food industry, even baked goods.
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BAKED in Science Podcast Features Director of Microbiology Dr. Kantha Channaiah
BAKED in Science Podcast Features Director of Microbiology Dr. Kantha Channaiah
AIB International’s Dr. Kantha Channaiah joins Bakerpedia’s Lin Carson and Richard Starke, Director at Reading Thermal, for a complete review of preparing for FSMA.
345 Views

Tip of the Week: Status Update on Added Sugars Labeling for Packaged “Sugar” Products
Tip of the Week: Status Update on Added Sugars Labeling for Packaged “Sugar” Products
What's the status of labeling “added sugars” for products packaged as sugars?
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Questions Remain on Sesame Allergies and Food Labeling in the US
Questions Remain on Sesame Allergies and Food Labeling in the US
Today the ingredient sesame is not required to be listed as an allergen in the ingredient statement on food packages, however, that could change based on the information the FDA is now gathering.
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The Risks of Waiting
The Risks of Waiting
The Intentional Adulteration Rule has a compliance date of Summer 2019 for other than small and very small businesses. Being proactive is critical or a facility could suffer these consequences.
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Tip of the Week: What preventive controls requirements apply to human food waste streams?
Tip of the Week: What preventive controls requirements apply to human food waste streams?
Several clients have turned to AIB International for guidance on holding of human by-products for animal food or feed. We submitted this question on FDA’s TAN network for regulatory input. Read the FDA's response here.
530 Views

The Complete Question and Answer Guidance for Mandatory Food Recalls
The Complete Question and Answer Guidance for Mandatory Food Recalls
This week the FDA released Guidance for Industry and FDA Staff: Questions and Answers Regarding Mandatory Food Recalls.
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Tip of the Week: The DO's and DON’Ts of Selecting a Food Safety Consultant
Tip of the Week: The DO's and DON’Ts of Selecting a Food Safety Consultant
There are many reasons that a company may hire a consultant to assist with food safety. The company may be seeking someone who brings technical knowledge that the existing staff does not have, such as the areas mentioned on our blog post.
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Tip of the Week: Divide and Conquer - Establishing Environmental Monitoring Zones
Tip of the Week: Divide and Conquer - Establishing Environmental Monitoring Zones
The best way to identify environmental monitoring sampling points is to use the sanitary zoning concept which divides facility operations into four zones based on the levels of risk.
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