Ed Finkel

From ransomware shutdowns of meatpacking plants to fraudulent attempts to sell fake organic grains to a global pandemic that scrambled the supply chain, food scientists and the companies for which they work need to be able to anticipate food safety risks and have plans in place to mitigate them, according to panelists at a featured session at IFT FIRST on Tuesday, titled “Expect the Unexpected: Failure to Anticipate Threats Is a Critical Food Safety Risk.”

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  1. Food Safety and Defense
  2. FSMA

About the Author

Ed Finkel is a freelance journalist based in Evanston, Ill. ([email protected]).


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