Food Protection Trends Archive
Food Protection Trends is the general Membership publication by the International Association for Food Protection. Each issue contains refereed articles on applied research, applications of current technology and general interest subjects for food safety professionals. Regular features include industry and association news, an industry-related products section and a calendar of meetings, seminars and workshops. The publication also features government regulations, updates and sanitary design. Food Protection Trends is read by over 9,000 individuals around the world and is indexed in Agricola, FSTA, CAB Abstracts, ProQuest and Ebsco.
Alternative Approaches for Qualitative Microbiological Method Matrix Additions
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 152–162
Tempering Large Tuna Prior to Thawing to Minimize Histamine Formation
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 38–45
Control of Virus Transmission in Food Processing Facilities
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 163–171
How Food Safety Savvy are Shoppers? Investigating and Impacting Consumers’ Risk Identification Skills at Retail
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 21–35
Characterization of Microgreen Growing Operations and Associated Food Safety Practices
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 56–69
The Retail and Foodservice Professional Development Group
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 87–87
Knowledge, Attitudes, and Implementation of Food Safety Practices among Small Food Businesses Operating at Shared-Use Kitchens
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 8–20
Impact of Good Hygiene Management Practices on the Reduction in Microbial Contamination of Roasted Sheep Meat Sold at Urban Dibiteries in Senegal
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 70–79
Holding Fresh-Cut Produce under Refrigeration May Not Prevent Pathogen Growth: Implications for Time-Temperature Control to Reduce Risk
Volume 41, Issue 1: Pages 48–55
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