As a result of publicized food contamination and product recalls, food safety regulations are under increasing scrutiny. Process manufacturers in the food and beverage industry may soon be facing stricter rules. But food manufacturers can prevent contamination by using existing technology to automate and ensure the effectiveness of the hazard analysis and critical control point (HACCP) food safety program. Learn more.
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approach to the identification, evaluation, and control of food safety hazards is based on seven principles: Conduct a hazard analysis. Hazards (biological, chemical, and physical) are conditions that may pose an unacceptable health risk to consumers. To conduct a hazard analysis, you must identify the significant hazards associated with each step of your manufacturing process, as well as the measures (for example, temperature, pH, and moisture level) that can prevent them. Determine the critical control