If uncertainty over your supply chain keeps you awake at night, our food safety expert Laura Dunn Nelson can help. Check out her tips for adding a risk mitigation mindset to the food supply chain.
Posts by Laura Dunn Nelson
A risk mitigation mindset can help your employees look out for new threats before it’s too late. Learn how to bolster your food safety culture with these seven steps.
The food industry remains exceedingly vulnerable to inflation pressures, product shortages, cyberattacks, and food fraud. A crisis management plan can help reduce downtime, protect food quality, and maintain customer trust.
Manufacturers face new and greater challenges in 2023. Learn how to prepare and weather the storm with these training tips.
Last week, the FDA issued its proposal for new food traceability record keeping requirements. The new rules would extend beyond existing regulations for any company that manufactures, processes, packs, or holds certain foods. For many in our industry, this is a radical shift in data management and tracking for ingredients and products. Here are four ways to prepare.
The U.S. economy saw more than 47 million people quit their jobs last year. Of those who remained, more than half admit to being “quiet quitters.” That could place tremendous risk to your food safety culture. Here’s what you can do now.
On World Food Safety Day, Laura Dunn Nelson shares how to enlist the support of frontline workers to make foods safe and abundant.
On Earth Day, Laura Dunn Nelson shares her views on the importance of food safety and sustainability, and shares tips on how to empower management and frontline worker to make a difference.
A broken global supply chain threatens the safety of our food products. Laura Dunn Nelson offers three ways food processors and manufacturers can reduce their risks.
As manufacturers struggle to hire and retain workers, discover how Conagra Brands helped cut employee turnover in half with Continuous Skills Development.
These new developments present the timely opportunity to assess your EMP program team and their technical education. Many companies find that by properly training their EMP team, they can be more proactive and effective in finding and addressing potential bacteria contamination risks.
The event, established by a United Nations resolution, offers an opportunity to honor everyone involved in growing, processing, transporting, selling, preparing, and serving the food that many of us take for granted.
The term “food safety culture” continues to evolve. As GFSI standardizes how it can be measured, now is the time understand these evaluations.