GMP | Food Processes


Article by Athini Amarasiri. What is a Chemical Contamination in Food? Chemical contamination refers to substances that are not a natural part of the food and may be poisonous.  They may have contaminated the food through carelessness or poor handling, the environment, equipment, or from natural sources.  They include toxins, […]

Chemical Hazards


Original article from: FSANZ.   The airtight sealing of foods in containers in association with heat and/or chemical treatments is a very effective method of preserving food.  Foods such as fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, or a combination of these foods (e.g.  meat and vegetable condensed soup, sauces and fruit salad) can […]

Canned Foods: Purchasing and Storing



Article adapted from Cherry’s Industrial Equipment   While national frozen food trends show things like organic and all-natural ingredients, a variety of flavour and style, healthier options and pricing all playing a vital role in this growth, it doesn’t end there.  There’s an entire frozen food warehousing facility behind the […]

Equipment Guide for… Frozen Food Storage


What temperature should the fridge or chiller be?  What temperature should I cook eggs to?  How about red meat?  White meat?  What, what, what…?   Breathe.  Below is a quick listing of what the critical temperatures should be to ensure food safety.   Firstly, a little bit about the danger […]

Temperature Critical Limits









Good manufacturing practices must be adhered to at all times for items in storage: raw materials, work in progress, finished product, packaging, chemicals, staff hygiene items, etc.  Storage of items is managed to prevent contamination or cross contamination of allergens, chemical, microbiological or physical matter.   HACCP Status Normally a […]

Storage