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.
Food Safety Knowledge and Practice in Low-income Families in the United States: An Exploratory Study
Volume 40, Issue 2: Pages 80–94
Outbreak of Disease Caused by Salmonella Typhimurium Associated with an Online Meal
Subscription Service in Toronto, Canada, 2016
Volume 40, Issue 2: Pages 95–100
Microbiological Contamination in Restaurants and Food Hygiene Practices among Migrant Food Handlers in Samut Sakhon Province, Thailand
Volume 40, Issue 2: Pages 101–110
Predictors of Safe Food Handling among Canadian Seniors Living at Home
Volume 40, Issue 2: Pages 111–120
Knowledge and Practices of Meat Safety by Meat Sellers in the Tamale Metropolis of Ghana
Volume 40, Issue 1: Pages 40–47
Assessment of Apple Packers' Training Needs and Attitudes on Food Safety and The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA)
Volume 40, Issue 1: Pages 29–39
Microbial Contamination of Grocery Shopping Trolleys and Baskets in West Texas
Volume 40, Issue 1: Pages 8–15
Predictive Models for Food Code Violations
Volume 40, Issue 1: Pages 56–65
The Influence of Time Use, Risk Factors and Occupation on Meal Preparers' Use of Food Thermometers
Volume 40, Issue 1: Pages 16–28
Subscribe to the Journal of Food Protection® and Food Protection Trends to stay up to date on the information you need, including scientific research and articles reporting on a variety of food safety and quality topics.
Request Permission to Reuse Content
This link will take you to the Copyright Clearance Center where you can submit a request to reuse IAFP’s content found in our publications. Please note that no part of any publications may be reproduced or transmitted in any form without prior permission from IAFP.