food safety





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 SAI Global.   Food recalls in Australia have increased, with 106 recalls taking place in 2018–19 compared with 81 in 2017–18.  SAI Global, a provider of food safety certification and training, believes that weak supply chain management is a primary cause of product recalls and is […]

Reducing Food Recalls




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




A targeted shift towards sustainable packaging Original article from Food Processing.   By Nerida Kelton, MAIP Executive Director – AIP | Australian Institute of Packaging; ANZ Board Member WPO | World Packaging Organisation.   In September 2018, Australia’s 2025 National Packaging Targets were announced at a milestone industry event convened […]

Sustainable Packaging