On January 31, 2018, 35 representatives from industry, academia, and trade organizations gathered at the Iowa State University Economic Development Core Facility, ISU Research Park, to have an open dialogue on food safety in grain milling. The specific issues discussed were bulk grains, traceability, and potential risks that need to be addressed to prevent or mitigate pathogen concerns in the food supply chain. The session was jointly sponsored by the Iowa Grain Quality Initiative of ISU Extension and Outreach, the North American Millers Association (NAMA) Technical Committee, and the AACC International Food Safety, Quality, & Regulatory Committee (FSQRC).
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