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Posted 23 November 2021 - 08:11 PM

I have been in food since 1975, dairy, ice cream, dry milk powder, seafood, slaughter, further process meats, RTE salads, spices, low acid canning, bottled water, to cook products; as a manager or director in quality.  I have worked for AIB and C&T and NSF.  I started a consulting job after my wife passed this year and I'm working on Food Safety Culture in 4 plants and trying to harmonize them.  I have been implementing best practices in manufacturing gummy vitamins.  I look forward to interacting with all on any topics from my past involvements in food or packaging.  I have been in the forum in past years and look forward to many more.

Prasant Prusty

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Posted 23 November 2021 - 11:36 PM

Hi @gummybear2021 that's a lot of expertise under your hat. Food Safety Culture has been one of the biggest challenge in the industry to make people believe why food safety is important. I was reading "Food Safety Culture : Creating a Behavior based Food Safety Management System" by Frank Yannas and he has said it very well in his book, "Your goal should be to create a food safety culture, not a food safety program". I also believe to technological evolutions can help brining the digital transparency which would help in achieving food safety culture. 

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