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  • Major Recall

    Today, 04:44 PM

    In case anyone had not heard/seen this as yet https://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/MajorProductRecalls/ucm623896.htm Frozen veg out of McCain Foods USA (does not list th... more
  • Ash-like and char-like soot in compressed air

    Today, 04:32 PM

    Hello forum members,We perform our compressed air tetsing twice a year, and in the last testing we found significant amount of ash-like and char-like soot.The lab the we used in... more
  • What could cause chicken to spoil before shelf life?

    Today, 07:19 AM

    Hi all, Production site:Slaughter and processing of chickens. Situation:Normally we have no problems with our shelf life of 7 day.However we have been getting 2 compla... more
  • Antibiotic sampling frequency

    Yesterday, 11:00 AM

    Hello, Can you tell me how many samples should we take for antibiotics  in the case of 107 tons of chicken fillets containing three different container ? or tell me wh... more
  • Introduction as a new member here

    Yesterday, 10:12 AM

    Hey All, My self Tilak Raj, I am a Quality manager in a Plastic moulding company and also I have experience in cosmetic group also. more
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    Legislation on cooling times

    Oct 20 2018 10:36 AM

    Hi all, My head hurts and I need help! Is there any legislation which states how fast food needs to be cooled down. We have a product which is quite thick and is over 100 d... more

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