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 and ProQuest.
Characterization of a Portable, Non-instrumented Incubator for Enrichment of Escherichia coli O157:H7 and Salmonella Serovar Typhimurium and Detection by Loop Mediated Isothermal Amplification (LAMP)
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 40–50
Sous Vide Cooking in Restaurants: A Qualitative Study of Ontario Public Health Inspector Knowledge, Experience, Practices and Needs
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 51–61
Meat Irradiation Technology Usage: Challenges and Recommendations from Expert Interviews
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 84–93
Simulation of Time and Temperature as a Public Health Control for Food Served during Field Trips
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 8–17
Pathogen Reductions during Traditional Fermentation and Drying of Pork Salamis
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 18–27
The Missing Ingredient: Food Safety Messages on Popular Recipe Blogs
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 28–39
Assessment of the Subjective Food Safety Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Informal Live Bird Traders in Accra, Ghana
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 62–73
Comparing Infrared and Probe Thermometers to Measure the Hot Holding Temperature of Food in a Retail Setting
Volume 39, Issue 1: Pages 74–83
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