Science & Research

Food Safety: Dairy Plant Food Safety

Focused on pathogen-control guidelines and principles, the goal of the Innovation Center’s Food Safety Committee is to develop and encourage industry adoption of a uniform approach to in-plant pathogen control programs. By offering several Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshops each year and providing tools and templates, industry members can gain food safety fundamentals and receive hands-on experience on techniques and standard operating procedures to help dairy plants meet stringent regulations.

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Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshops

Focused on pathogen-control guidelines and principles, the goal of the Innovation Center’s Food Safety Committee is to develop and encourage industry adoption of a uniform approach to in-plant pathogen control programs. By offering several Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshops each year, industry members are able to gain food safety fundamentals and receive hands-on experience on techniques and standard operating procedures to help dairy plants meet stringent regulations. An additional offering, Control of Listeria monocytogenes Guidance for the U.S. Dairy Industry, is a self-study guide available from the Innovation Center Food Safety Committee that is a great reference for workshop attendees to share and implement what they learned.

 

Join an upcoming Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop

 

Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop
Hosted by Prairie Farms and Wells Enterprises
February 12 & 13, 2019
Kansas City, MO

 

Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop
Hosted by Darigold and Tillamook County Creamery
April 3 & 4, 2019
Seattle, WA

 

Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop
Hosted by Foremost Farms, Sargento Foods, and Associated Milk Producers, Inc.
May 21 & 22, 2019
Baraboo, WI

 

Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop
Hosted by HP Hood, Deans Foods and Agri-Mark
October 22 & 23, 2019
Wilbraham, MO

 

Dairy Plant Food Safety Workshop
Hosted by Land O Lakes and TBD
Date: TBD
Minneapolis, MN

Control of Listeria Monocytogenes Guidance for the U.S. Dairy

Control of Listeria Guidance For the U.S. Dairy

 

 

Dairy Plant Food Safety Resources

Dairy Equipment Design Checklist
This is the list you will need for evaluating equipment designs for dairy equipment designs.

Dairy Facility Design Check list
This is the list you will need for evaluating facility designs for a dairy facility.

Dairy Pathogen Control Program Assessment
This is the list you will need for evaluating a pathogen control program for the dairy industry.

Seven steps of effective wet sanitation
This list will walk you through the Good, Bad, and Ugly

Powder Sanitizer Validation for LMinRTE Plants
This document helps meat and poultry processors to identify and share best practices for control.

Sanitation SOP Development
This form has been designed to provide a guide in assessing sanitation needs and procedures.


Disclaimer:
The information provided on this website and in the related materials/links is for informational purposes only, and may not be used as a substitute for legal advice regarding food safety laws in any jurisdiction. The federal government restricts how raw milk may be used in cheese, and some state and local laws restrict the sale of raw milk or use of raw milk in dairy products. Training materials and presentations are based on compliance with federal laws. The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy, makes no representation or warranty with respect to the completeness, accuracy, reliability, or suitability of any information provided in the website content, links or materials. We recommend that users of this site consult an attorney concerning the laws applicable to any particular situation. By using this site and the materials/links provided, the users agree to release the Innovation Center for U. S. Dairy from any and all liability that may result from your use of the information provided in the materials.