Food Safety Matters is a podcast for food safety professionals hosted by the Food Safety Magazine editorial team – the leading media brand in food safety for over 20 years. Each episode will feature a conversation with a food safety professional sharing their experiences and insights of the important job of safeguarding the world’s food supply.
Ep. 87. 10 Years of FSMA
The Food Safety Matters team is joined by Larry Keener to discuss the 10th anniversary of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). With comments from Frank Yiannas, Steve Mandernach, Kathy Gombas, and Dr. David Acheson.
Ep. 86. 2020: The Year that COVID Made
The Food Safety Matters team is joined by Bob Ferguson to discuss the food safety implications of the year that was defined by COVID.
MilliporeSigma: Salmonella, Salmonella, and more Salmonella
In this BONUS episode of Food Safety Matters, we speak to Sally Powell Price and Justyce Jedlicka from MilliporeSigma about the challenges of Salmonella contamination in food processing environments.
Ep. 85. Tamara Mullin: A Focus on Local
In this episode, we speak with Tamara Mullin, Food Safety Officer for FOODWORKS, a Chicago-based incubator that partners with unique local restaurants to connect them with operating space in office buildings, retail developments, and other venues.
IFC: Strategies for Keeping Pests Out
In this BONUS episode, we speak to Sharon Dobesh and Leonard Mongiello from the Industrial Fumigant Company (IFC) about controlling birds and rodents. Specifically, how to keep them where they belong—away from your buildings, out of your docks and processing areas.
PerkinElmer: Solus One
Pathogen detection is a fundamental aspect of any food safety plan. To learn more about a possible solution, we recently sat down with Nevin Perera to discuss the unique aspects of PerkinElmer’s Solus One.
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Thank you, FSM Team!
What a valuable resource this podcast is. I appreciate the deep library of past episodes. Since my background is in other areas of the food industry, I don’t have a large professional network specific to food safety/food manufacturing. The conversations on this podcast is a great supplement and is awesome for exposing me to new concepts.
Wasteful Chit chat among experts
“it’s good to educate the public about food safety.”
After an episode on Salmonella, I wasted time. Go to Wikipedia for an education instead of this podcast. This is the second podcast on food protection by experts that just waste the listener‘s time.
I hope there is one by someone who knows how to put a program together and how to interview experts.
Why should I subscribe to a magazine when the speakers waste my time, and there is much on the internet.
If you want to educate, Talk is not teaching.
And scientists talking about a scientific discipline is not science.
"Must have" Podcast for Food Safety
This is a great offering from Food Safety Magazine. Lots of great topical content for food safety professionals. The interviews are excellent and give you access to the thinking and latest insights from key opinion leaders. You'll get better access to expert analysis than at an annual conference but without the plane flight!
Good alternative for your morning/evening commute, or any other time.