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From Salmonella to cyber attack
By definition, doing business is a risk, however the issue for organizations is not whether to take risks, but actually how to manage and mitigate them. And in this challenge, the global food industry has much to learn.
Lucky winner of a testo thermometer
Testo generously sponsored a testo 104 food safety thermometer, with 2-point SANAS calibration at the Bidfood Food Safety Awareness & Listeria Update Forum in Johannesburg on 15 May 2018.
NSF Training Calendar 2018
NSF provides training courses and products designed to focus upon food and ancillary industries needs and meet specific client requirements. View their 2018 Calendar.
Rapid Pathogen Testing for Listeria
Listeria monocytogenes has been associated with some of the deadliest outbreaks in the world, the most recent severe outbreak being in 2011. South Africa is currently in the grips of a potentially catastrophic Listeria outbreak!
Testo Ice Mugs up for Grabs
We have 10 free ice mugs to give away, courtesy of Testo! One of these could be yours.
Testo Charity Challenge Raises R50,000
Testo Headquarters is celebrating its 60th birthday this year and has been running the global `Testo Charity Challenge´ since March. The challenge was more then met, and a donation of R 50 000 was made to the Thula Thula Hout Bay Foundation.
What you should know about Food Grade Chemicals
We caught up with Louis Munnik of CRC Industries, to discover what the food industry needs to know about using industrial chemicals and lubricants in their food facility. Find out about the risks and the benefits, food grade status, and more.
Now NSF certified: the testo 270 cooking oil tester
The testo 270 cooking oil tester has been successfully tested and certified by NSF International. This ensures that the measuring instrument made by the measuring technology specialist, Testo, fulfils the stringent requirements of the independent NSF experts
Can your lubricants and industrial chemicals be trusted?
Can your lubricants and industrial chemicals be trusted? Are you 100% sure that your “food grade” lubricants are indeed suitable for use in food processing areas and independently verified (NSF) that they meet incidental food contact standards?
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