Best food safety podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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Food Safety Talk
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Every two weeks or so, Don and Ben get together to talk about Food Safety.
 
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Food Safety Matters
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Food Safety Matters is a podcast for food safety professionals hosted by the Food Safety Magazine editorial team – the leading media brand in food safety for over 20 years. Each episode will feature a conversation with a food safety professional sharing their experiences and insights of the important job of safetyguarding the world’s food supply.
 
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The show opens with a discussion of the new videogame Fortnight that Ben's kids are obsessed with. The guys briefly comment on a recent Do By Friday episode before talking about their recent travels. Since Ben was recently in Washington DC, he can't avoid talking about hockey and the Stanley Cup. The food safety talk begins in earnest when the ...…
 
Mike Robach is vice president, corporate food safety, quality, & regulatory for Cargill based in Minneapolis, MN. Mike joined Cargill in January 2004 to lead the company’s corporate food safety and regulatory affairs programs. Since then, Mike has increased the department’s scope to include animal health and quality assurance. He continues to r ...…
 
The episode starts with a discussion on old TV shows that the guys should be or have watched. Ben and Don talk about food pantries and frozen chicken items that look cooked but are raw. The guys then chat cookie food safety, insurance policies, traceability and blockchain in Romaine. The conversation goes to a Twitter exchange started by FDA co ...…
 
Today's show opens with some quick beverage talk and then moves to a discussion of podcasting (and teleconferencing) gear. A brief segue into pop-culture is followed by a deep dive into how to develop science-based advise to consumers. The safety of bed-side water, the ongoing romaine outbreak, and Listeria in mashed potatoes round out the food ...…
 
Kathy Gombas is a recognized food safety expert with over 30 years of experience in the food industry specializing in preventive controls, supply chain management, food safety auditing, and regulatory affairs. Kathy retired from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) after 10 years of service. She was a senior advisor at FDA’s Center for F ...…
 
Don and Ben talk about human pathogens in produce and trying to define baseline for prevalence (which is complicated, and it depends). The conversation then goes to a discussion on Don's appearance on Do By Friday and where podcasts fit into extension and outreach. The show ends on some listener feedback and the guys trying to figure out the hi ...…
 
Bill Marler is the most prominent foodborne illness lawyer in America, and a major force in food policy in the U.S. and around the world. Bill’s firm—Marler Clark: The Food Safety Law Firm— (https://marlerclark.com/) has represented thousands of individuals in claims against food companies whose contaminated products have caused life-altering i ...…
 
This is a special mini episode, recorded to provide an update regarding the E. col O157:H7 outbreak in romaine lettuce. Don and Ben chat with returning guest Michelle Danyluk and first-time guest Travis Chapin, both from the University of Florida. This is a short one, but it's packed with delicious food safety goodness. Show notes so you can fo ...…
 
Food Safety Talk 147: Only Robots In The Kitchen Back to Work Foreigner (band) - Wikipedia IAFP 2018 Annual Meeting Session Food Law Seminar: Michigan State University College of Law If You Aren’t Salt-Curing Your Eggs, You’re Seriously Missing Out | HuffPost 206 Million Eggs Recalled Over Salmonella Fears - The New York Times Multistate Outbre ...…
 
Melanie Neumann is the president of Neumann Risk Services (http://www.neumannriskservices.com/), and executive vice president of Matrix Sciences—a firm that focuses on food safety risk management, business and brand protection, regulatory compliance, and industry best practices. Melanie leverages her 19 years of industry experience as a food la ...…
 
The show opens with Ben recounting of his thoughts on Temple Grandin's talk in North Carolina, and the Humboldt Broncos tragedy. Don mentions his shout out on Do By Friday. Ben starts off by the nominal food safety talk regarding sock microwaving and the Cold Pressure Council seal. Don counters with the NJ Panera outbreak which seems to be part ...…
 
Don Schaffner is distinguished professor and Extension Specialist in food science at Rutgers University. He has published over 150 peer-reviewed papers on a variety of topics including handwashing, cross-contamination, quantitative microbial risk assessment, and predictive food microbiology. Dr. Schaffner is active in several scientific associa ...…
 
This episode starts with a discussion on running really long relay races and unplanned home repairs. Don and Ben then edible cookie dough validation (or lack thereof), sour milk pancakes and backyard chicken eggs. The episode ends on a discussion of moldy, fermented rice used as a meat flavor enhancer, glitter beer and Listeria in frozen corn. ...…
 
Jorge Hernandez is the chief food safety and compliance officer for Wholesome International, a restaurant company with different concepts and brands in the quick and fast casual foodservice markets in the U.S. He is responsible for food safety, quality, regulatory compliance, and sustainability for the organization. This includes developing str ...…
 
In this BONUS episode of Food Safety Matters, we will focus on next-generation sequencing and the advantages of using 16S Metagenomics to identify spoilage organisms in your facility thereby reducing the possibility of spoiled products reaching your consumers. You will learn about a 16S Metagenomics service and how to join the 16S Challenge tha ...…
 
The show opens with a little audio surprise and the guys get right into loads of listener feedback on BBQ sauce regions, hot water for cooking, hot air hand dryer design, recalls (and is it ever too late), heating flour, food safety for the immunocompromised, where to go for food safety 101, cooking prime rib, and washing ramen dishes. After li ...…
 
Michael Cramer is currently the senior director of food safety and quality assurance with Ajinomoto Windsor, Inc. The company was formed through various acquisitions (Multifoods, Specialty Brands, and Windsor Foods) and ultimately the purchase of Windsor Foods by Ajinomoto. He will celebrate his 25th year with the company in October 2018. Mike ...…
 
Don and Ben start the episode talking about some notable weather, seeing each other in Atlanta, and food safety stories from the recently retired ranks. The conversation moves to listener feedback about contaminated supplements and spices, Japanese designers, thawing and using time as a public health control. The show ends with a discussion on ...…
 
Larry Keener has a long record of involvement, both nationally and internationally, with food industry issues. He is the current vice president and co-chair of the Austrian-based Global Harmonization Initiative (http://www.globalharmonization.net/), an organization founded in 2004 to promote harmonization of food safety legislation and regulati ...…
 
The show opens with a discussion of Don's failed attempt to add an audio sound board to the show, followed by a discussion about the Winter Olympics. The food safety talk begins with listener feedback a viral Facebook post on hot air hand dryers, and the resulting New York Times article. Listener feedback continues with a discussion of the dang ...…
 
William Weichelt is in the newly created position of director, Food Safety & Industry Relations, for the National Restaurant Association (NRA) and has over 20 years of experience in the foodservice and food manufacturing sectors. The NRA is the largest foodservice trade association in the world by membership—supporting over 500,000 restaurant b ...…
 
Don and Ben start this episode chatting about MacBook Pros (the computers, not the users) and closed Facebook groups with canning advice. Discussion went to a LifeHacker question of the day related to eating leftover pizza that wasn't refrigerated. The guys talk about insights in academia, government and the food industry and how just degrees a ...…
 
The guys jumped right into the food safety talk this week with a discussion of the Jimmy John's sprout outbreak. From there the conversation turns to a whole lot of listener questions and feedback: Instant Pot, more on edible gold and silver, the safety of pots left on the stove as well as refrigerator leftovers, fiddleheads, proper spatula use ...…
 
Barbara interviews Deirdre Schlunegger, the CEO of Stop Foodborne Illness. Stop Foodborne Illness is a national nonprofit public health organization dedicated to the prevention of illness and death from foodborne pathogens. Their mission is to promote sound food safety policy and best practices, build public awareness and assist those impacted ...…
 
Don and Ben chat about Skype and the weather (as always) but do get eventually to food safety stuff including disco dust, diamond lattes, home chicken slaughter, E. coli O157:H7 in Romaine lettuce (or not, or maybe, yes), raw water and frozen biscuits. Show notes so you can follow along at home: Bomb Cyclone Blizzard: Uber-Like Snow Shovel Apps ...…
 
Dr. Lee-Ann Jaykus is a William Neal Reynolds Distinguished Professor in the Department of Food, Bioprocessing and Nutrition Sciences at North Carolina State University, having been employed with the university for over 22 years. Dr. Jaykus received a Ph.D. (1993) in environmental sciences and engineering from the School of Public Health at the ...…
 
In this episode of Food Safety Matters, the Food Safety Magazine team discusses: Top news stories and trending topics we covered on the podcast this year A look back at the Food Safety Modernization Act's rules that took effect in 2017 Food Safety Magazine's most-viewed content in 2017 Trends observed via Bob Ferguson's Food Safety Insights ser ...…
 
The episode opens, as it often does with a discussion of popular culture and hockey. Listener feedback covers suggestions for rapid response training for outbreak investigations. The food safety talk focuses on Listeria and apples, as well as the ongoing Listeria outbreak in South Africa, and it's relationship to HIV. For dessert, there is a di ...…
 
This special BONUS episode of Food Safety Matters focuses on Allergens. Concerns about food allergens have been around now for quite some time, and the food industry has done a respectable job of proactively guarding against unintended food allergens in their products. However, with the introduction of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), ...…
 
Will Daniels is president of the produce division at IEH Laboratories and Consulting Group. In this role, Will is responsible for lab and consulting services for the produce industry. Prior to joining IEH, Will was president and CEO of Fresh Integrity Group, Inc., a consulting firm specializing in operations and food safety consulting for the f ...…
 
Don and Ben talk about a self-inflicted hockey injury that Ben is dealing with that is causing him to lean differently. They also talk emails; raw milk and Listeria (and pasteurized milk and Listeria); biases and scientists looking at the same data and arriving at different conclusions. The conversation moves to famous microbiologists birthdays ...…
 
Dr. Hal King is the founder and CEO of Public Health Innovations (http://publichealthinnovations.biz/), an ideation technology and consulting business. Hal is a public health professional who has worked in the investigation of foodborne and other disease outbreaks with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, He has also performed funded ...…
 
In this episode Don and Ben are joined by Gordon Hayburn from Trophy Foods. Gordon talks about his experiences in food safety, focusing on his time in the food industry, and his expertise in audits. Show notes below so you can follow along at home! Dubai International Food Safety Conference Khloé Kardashian Blockchain - Wikipedia Blockchain Col ...…
 
When Ben is suddenly called to Washington DC, Don reaches out to friend of the pod... cast, (and past guest) Michelle Danyluk to fill in. Michelle talks about the places she has lived in Canada, and her other advisors (besides Don) before moving into more food safety related topics. Not surprisingly, the food safety talk focuses on FSMA and the ...…
 
Dr. Darin Detwiler is the Assistant Dean of Graduate Academic and Faculty Affairs at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. He is also the Lead Academic of the MS in Regulatory Affairs of Food and Food Industry (http://bit.ly/2zCQi00) and Professor of Food Policy. In addition to being the Founder and President of Detwiler Consulting Group, LLC, ...…
 
This special pre-halloween episode features ominous noises, and we are not talking about the pinging noise from Don's email in the background. The show opens with discussion not of noise, but of the sights and smells of fresh compost around Ben's office. After a brief digression into favorite TV, podcasts and fan feedback, the talk turns to rec ...…
 
This special BONUS episode of Food Safety Matters focuses on Listeria Right Now, an environmental Listeria test offering molecular-level accuracy, with no enrichment and a total time to results of under one hour. This innovative food safety product was introduced at the annual IAFP meeting this year, with many people remarking that it was a “ga ...…
 
Dr. David Acheson, M.D., is the founder and CEO of The Acheson Group and brings more than 30 years of medical and food safety research and experience to provide strategic advice as well as recall and crisis management support to food companies and ancillary technology companies on a global basis on all matters relating to food safety and food d ...…
 
Don and Ben talk High Sierra and bricking a MacBook Air, Gord Downie of the Tragically Hip, State Fair judging, pH test strips, mail order food safety and cold brewed canned coffee. They also do some listener feedback on food safe issues related to brewing beer. Show notes so you can follow along at home: Temporary Thing “aging like the finest ...…
 
After obtaining her B.Sc. in poultry science from the University of Florida and serving in the meat and poultry industry, Trish began her career in food safety in 1997 as director of process and product development at ABC Research Corporation in Gainesville, FL. In 2004, she joined SGS, Consumer Testing Services, as the regional operations dire ...…
 
This show opens with Ben talking about his experiences at a recent "invitation only" meeting with Sonny Perdue (and 100 of his closest friends) and how he (Ben) almost got arrested for doing research. Don counters with his appearance on the Do By Friday podcast to talk about Sous Vide-ing shoes and bras, and more. The guys respond to listener f ...…
 
Don and Ben are on the road, talking to some of the best folks in the food safety world at the NEHA Region 4 conference/FDA Central Region retail food protection seminar in Minneapolis. This recording was an experiment, the first Food Safety Talk recorded in front of a live, non-studio audience. Topics included raw milk, hepatitis A, listener f ...…
 
This special BONUS episode of Food Safety Matters brings you a discussion about an application of next-generation sequencing — metagenomics. As the cost of DNA testing decreases, practical applications are increasing, with one of the most exciting applications available being the use of sequencing to identify microorganisms in samples, includin ...…
 
Mike Taylor is a senior fellow at the Meridian Institute and an advisor to the Food and Society Program at the Aspen Institute. His primary interests are food safety globally and food security in Africa and other developing regions. Until June 1, 2016, Mr. Taylor was Deputy Commissioner for Foods and Veterinary Medicine at the U.S. Food and Dru ...…
 
The show opens with a discussion of Ben's busy hockey schedule, chess and other games you can play on your iPhone. After the usual discussion of popular culture and television, the guys discuss the dangers of buying your degree online, famous people Ben knows on twitter and eventually move to food safety. The first food safety topic for discuss ...…
 
Dr. William Sperber is a renowned food microbiologist who has been appointed five times by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to the National Advisory Committee on Microbiological Criteria for Foods and has been recognized for his pioneering work at the Pillsbury Co. in the development of the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) f ...…
 
Don and Ben talk Hurricane Harvey and food safety during power outages, British TV, podcast prepping, some food safety in the mainstream media American Greed. The guys then talked about the science behind ice cream, frozen yogurt went went to cutting melons, selling eggs stored at room temperature and tomato jam. Show notes so you can follow al ...…
 
Dr. Ben Chapman is an associate professor and food safety extension specialist at North Carolina State University. He received a Ph.D. in plant agriculture in 2009 from the University of Guelph. With the goal of less foodborne illness, his group designs, implements and evaluates food safety strategies, messages, and media from farm-to-fork. Thr ...…
 
The show starts with a discussion about importance of being on time and time management, and then quickly moves to a discussion of recent and future podcast appearances by Don and Ben. They quickly dive into actual food safety, starting with the discussion about the Food Code and the risks posed by an unenclosed outdoor bar. This is followed by ...…
 
Dr. Scott Brooks is the owner of River Run Consulting, LLC, providing food safety, quality, scientific and regulatory affairs services for food and beverage companies in manufacturing, food service and retail. He is the former senior vice president of Quality, Food Safety, Scientific and Regulatory Affairs for Kraft Foods. Scott joined Kraft fr ...…
 
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