On the Lack of Diversity in The Food Safety Set

We should have done a better job making our list of notable food safety leaders more diverse. Here are our next steps.

Frank Yiannas Resigns From FDA

Yiannas announced today that he is resigning from his position as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response, effective Feb. 24.


IDFA Names New Members of Executive Council and Directors for Five Industry Segment Boards

Patricia D. Stroup, senior vice president and chief procurement officer of Nestle S.A., and CEO of Nestrade S.A., was selected to chair the IDFA Executive Council.

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JBS Urges for Technical and Financial Support to Rural Producers at Davos

JBS Global CEO Gilberto Tomazoni participated in a panel at the World Economic Forum to discuss strategies to promote more sustainable land use.

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The Pulse: FASTER Act Adoption

We polled readers on whether or not they were ready for the FASTER Act sesame regulation that went live Jan. 1. Here's what they said. PLUS, find our newest poll: What were your biggest challenges in 2022?

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Career Advice for QA Professionals

Career advancement can be a tricky proposition. Here’s some advice on how to go about it.

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Food Safety Culture Is A Journey … Not A Destination

There are dozens of ways within the food industry to define strong food safety, but is it that easy to define? What if, as FSQA professionals, we look at it as a journey filled with challenges, detours and small wins that add up to gaining buy-in and creating bigger shifts in how leadership approaches food safety? In this webinar, Amy Parks, director of FSQA innovation, regulatory compliance, Dole Fresh Vegetables, shares examples of what has (or maybe hasn’t) worked to build a stronger food safety culture using real-life examples from the trenches.