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  • The Role of Rapid Test Kits in the Detection of Peanut and Almond Residues in Cumin and Spice Blends
    December 8, 2015

    Anthony J. Lupo, Director of Technical Services • Issued February 2015

    Background
    In recent months there have been several cumin recalls involving seasoning blends containing high levels of undeclared peanut, and in some cases, detectable levels of almond. This has resulted in significant concern in several segments of the food and ingredient industry related to the safety of their incoming raw materials, and the tools available to accurately test them for these undeclared residues. Continue reading

  • Food Safety Testing and FSMA, GFSI, and Brand Protection Understanding the Role of Environmental, Raw Material and Finished Product Testing
    December 7, 2015

    Understanding the Role of Environmental, Raw Material and Finished Product Testing
    May 2013, by Leavitt Partners Global Food Safety Solutions

    What You’ll Learn From this Paper
    A number of established and proposed global food safety regulations and initiatives seek to both protect consumers, and provide guidance to the food industry on how to best produce the safest possible products. These regulations and initiatives address all aspects of safe food production, processing, and delivery every step of the way to the consumer. Continue reading

  • Big Problems with Small Ions
    December 4, 2015

    Introduction
    Cleanroom personnel are well aware that they must be vigilant against small items that can ruin manufacturing processes – entities like particles, fibers, bacteria, and viruses. But, even smaller contaminants – ions – can wreak havoc in electronic products made in highly efficient cleanrooms. The bad news is that ions in these microelectronic environments can ruin products worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. There’s no real good news, except that the problem is confined to the electronics industry. Continue reading