6
Jul

Personal Hygiene Equipment

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4
May

Food Safety and Consumer Responsibility

Recent reports have indicated that cases linked to the listeriosis outbreak are on the decline since the recall issued in March 2018 (Read the full report here: http://www.nicd.ac.za/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Listeriosis-outbreak-situation-report_22April-2018_fordistribution.pdf). Although the source has been identified and the factors at play under investigation, it remains vital that consumers understand that the responsibility does not stop with the producers and they too have

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6
Oct

Food Safety – Food Poisoning Bacteria

Food Safety – Food Poisoning Bacteria Produces Toxins Bacteria can cause visible effects on food such as discolouration, slime and odour. Food poisoning bacteria produce toxins, these are effectively poisonous and can be produced in food or inside your body. Warmth:  The best temperature for bacteria to multiply is around the same temperature as the human body (about 37°C) although

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19
Sep

Washroom Hygiene – Are you doing it right?

WASHROOM HYGIENE – Are you doing it right? Successful food safety and quality assurance in food production facilities are dependent on good personal hygiene practices. Personnel are one of the biggest risks of food contamination and therefore personal hygiene programs are crucial. Hygiene support for employees are pertinent to ensure that the risk of product contamination is reduced and to eliminate

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5
Sep

Pest Control – The “PEST”ky Weather

PEST CONTROL CHALLENGES? Along with many challenges facing Pest Management these days, one that has and is set to cause some real trouble is the current severe weather conditions we have been experiencing of late. The effects of El Niño and/or La Niña are far reaching and our poor pests are not immune from the impacts of such uncompromising weather

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11
Nov

SA FARMERS URGED TO MAINTAIN INFRUSTRUCTURE

SA FARMERS URGED TO MAINTAIN INFRUSTRUCTURE South African farmers are running the risk of losing millions should they not focus on investing in regular maintenance and cleaning of infrastructure like silo’s. This is according to Gareth Lloyd-Jones, MD of Ecowize, who says that locally, equipment maintenance still lags far behind the productivity of farmers and should they not acknowledge the

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1
Nov

FOOD CONTROL AGENCY NECESSARY TO ENSURE LOCAL FOOD SAFETY

FOOD CONTROL AGENCY NECESSARY TO ENSURE LOCAL FOOD SAFETY The government plans to speed up the establishment of South Africa’s food control agency in order to protect the local agricultural processing from unsafe food products entering South Africa. Gareth Lloyd-Jones, MD of Ecowize, says the food agency will safeguard the agricultural sector from unfair competition and will enable the local

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