Hello NORMEXers 😎
We have sooo many things to share with you this year. So many projects to improve your experience. Let’s start with our Roadmap for 2022 so you know what’s coming within the next couple of months 😉
The NORMEX Team
Get the best information on Traceability and Recalls in the food industry from our experts.
As Senior Advisor, Richa Sharma, Ph.D. brings a unique blend of expertise in food safety, processing and food safety problem-solving. With 7 years of experience working in both academic extension and food industry, Richa has... Read More
Get the best information on the effectiveness of cleaning and sanitizing in the food industry from our experts.
MEHDI HARICH M.Sc., Mcb. A. is a microbiologist certified by the Association of Microbiologists of Quebec (Canada) and currently holds the position of Production Supervisor at Ocean Spray Cranberries. He has coordinated... Read More
The selection of a standard will impact the food safety culture of your organization and direct future investments.
Selecting a certification standard is an important step for any organization. You are choosing the rules with which the organization will need to comply, even if you later consider them excessive and... Read More
Why Is Effective Cleaning and Sanitizing So Important?Effective cleaning and sanitizing helps protect the health of the animals by controlling the transmission of animal diseases. It controls human health by preventing transmission of human diseases in foods. Cleaning and sanitizing helps prevent pest infestations by reducing residues that can... Read More
As this year draws to a close, let’s see what lies ahead for 2022 from global food and catering. From food processors to plant-based chicken, here are highlights from latest forecasts on food and drink trends:
The big picture
The pandemic has changed the way people eat in restaurants these days.... Read More
Under provisions of the U.S. law contained in the U.S. Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, importers of food products intended for introduction into U.S. interstate commerce are responsible for ensuring that the products are safe, sanitary, and labeled according to U.S. requirements. (All imported food is considered to... Read More
Description for Four general steps to take to export food
There are four (4) general steps to take if you wish to export food. The first step is to meet the general, food-specific and foreign country requirements. Second, you must obtain an export certificate for the food you wish to... Read More
When conducting a hazard analysis, you identify and evaluate all hazards that present a risk of contamination of the food, and you determine how you control these hazards.
Types of hazards
To identify hazards, you need to understand the types of hazards that your food business needs to control:
biological hazardschemical hazardsphysical... Read More