The FDA is doing a lousy job in managing food safety for Americans. I won’t even say that that was the verdict of a panel at a Virtual Town Hall webinar sponsored by IFPA June 8. It was the premise.
There is a genre of books about food that aren’t much more than a string of fascinating trivia. But usually these books are enjoyable and informative.
Rather than tinkering with FDA, maybe it’s time for bigger thinking.
We have to do a better job of presenting the value, flavor, and freshness in the produce department so consumers don’t believe this hyped-up nonsense.
Hurricane Agatha kicked off hurricane season as it battered Southern Mexico, and remnants of the storm drenched South Florida. A solid category 2 storm, Agatha is the strongest May hurricane to make landfall in the Eastern Pacific.
Carbon credits. Everyone has heard of them. But how many know what they are?
I’ve read a few reports lately that, while they are foodservice-focused, raise concerns for grocery retailers as we round the corner into summer and beyond.
The words “performance review” tend to evoke a visceral groan from supervisors and employees alike.
Inflation is hitting consumers hard, especially in food.
Recently, I was commiserating with a longtime industry leader about the state of produce in North America. We concurred that we’ve seen many changes—many good, and others not so good, and we agreed there will be several more changes coming down the pike.