Food Allergens

Best Practices for Assessing, Managing and Communicating the Risks
 
 
Springer (Verlag)
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This volume identifies gaps in the assessment, management, and communication of food allergen risks. Chapters showcase best practices in managing allergen risks at various stages of the food chain, including during food manufacture/processing; during food preparation in food service, retail food establishments, and in the home; and at the point of consumption. The authors highlight key legislative initiatives that are in various stages of development and implementation at the federal, state and community levels. Finally, the volume includes recommendations for ways to build and strengthen education and outreach efforts at the food industry, government, institutional, and community levels.
Chapters come from an array of experts, including researchers and key stakeholders from government, the food industry, retail/food service groups, and consumer groups. The information presented will facilitate the development of educational materials and allergen management training programs for food production and service staff, extension specialists, and government inspectors. Consumers and other food safety professionals will also benefit from information on food allergen control measures that have been put in place across the food chain.

1st ed. 2018
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Tong-Jen Fu, Ph.D.: Dr. Tong-Jen Fu is a Research Chemical Engineer with the FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN), Division of Food Processing Science and Technology. She received her M.S. and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. Dr. Fu's research expands across several areas of food safety dealing with chemical contaminants, microbiological hazards as well as food allergens. Her allergen research focuses on the structural and physicochemical properties of food allergens, the impact of food processing on the detection of allergens, as well as safety assessment of the allergenic potential of genetically engineered foods. Dr. Fu serves as one of FDA's subject matter experts on allergen issues and has provided expert reviews for a number of FDA and international guidelines for the safety assessment of foods derived from recombinant-DNA plants and microorganisms. Dr. Fu has authored or co-authored 33 journal articl

es, 5 book chapters, and 107 abstracts. She has co-edited 3 books.

Lauren Jackson, Ph.D.: Dr. Lauren Jackson is Chief of the Process Engineering Branch at the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)/Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN)/Division of Food Processing Science and Technology (DFPST), located in Bedford Park, IL. She received her B.S. in Food Science from Cornell University and her M.S. and Ph.D., both in Food Science, from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Dr. Jackson's expertise is in the following areas: the effects of processing on food constituents and chemical contaminants, food allergen control, the stability of biothreat agents, and the analysis of chemical contaminants, constituents and allergens in food. She also is one of FDA's subject matter experts on cleaning and other measures for controlling allergens in food manufacturing facilities. Dr. Jackson authored or co-authored over

50 peer reviewed papers, 11 book chapters and co-edited five books. She is actively involved in several scientific organizations, including the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), the American Chemical Society (ACS), and the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP). She is a Scientific Editor for the Journal of Food Science and the Journal of Food Protection.

Kathiravan Krishnamurthy, Ph.D.: Dr. Kathiravan Krishnamurthy is an assistant professor at the Department of Food Science and Nutrition. Dr. Krishnamurthy received his M.S. and Ph.D. in Agricultural and Biological Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University. His research focuses on applications of nonthermal food processing technologies, advanced thermal processing technologies, heat transfer, modeling, and simulation. Dr. Krishnamurthy is an internationally acclaimed researcher in pulsed light processing, a novel food processing technology. He authored or co-au

thored numerous peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. He received many noteworthy awards including "Sigma Xi Award (junior faculty division)" from the Illinois Institute of Technology, "Gerald T. Gentry Award for Excellence in Graduate Research" from the Pennsylvania State University, "Outstanding Paper Presentation Award" from the Evans family lecture for graduate research and "Outstanding Volunteer Award" from the Nonthermal Processing Division of the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT). Dr. Krishnamurthy holds leadership positions in organizations such as Institute for Food Technologists, Phi Tau Sigma, and Sigma Xi.

Wendy Bedale, Ph.D.: Dr. Wendy Bedale received her Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and conducted postdoctoral research at the University of California at Berkeley and Duke University. After working nearly two decades in a variety of scientific, clinical/regulatory, and project management positions in the pharmaceutica

l and biotechnology industries, she returned to the University of Wisconsin-Madison as a science writer for the Food Research Institute where she writes about many aspects of food safety for a variety of audiences.

PrefaceTong-Jen Fu (FDA), Lauren Jackson (FDA), Kathir (IIT)
OVERVIEW OF FOOD ALLERGY, FOOD ALLERGEN, AND REGULATORY PERSPECTIVES
1. Food allergens - Issues and SolutionsStephen Taylor, PhD, Co-Director, FARRP, University of Nebraska or TBD
2. Impact of Food Allergy on Public HealthRuchi Gupta, MD/MPH, Associate Professor, Institute for Public Health and Medicine, Northwestern University
3. Food Allergy: Are We Close to Finding A Cure? Brian Vickery, MD, Assistant Professor, Department of Pediatrics, University of North Carolina School of Medicine
4. Managing Food Allergen Risks: Regulatory and Enforcement PerspectivesJennifer Thomas, Office of Compliance, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
5. Managing Allergen Risks - A State Government's Perspective Byron Beerbower, Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, State of Michigan
6. Managing Allergen Risks in Communities: Legislative Initiatives Jennifer Jobrack, National Director of AdvocacyFood Allergy Research & Education

BEST PRACTICES FOR RISK ASSESSMENT, MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION FOR THE PACKAGED FOOD INDUSTRY7. Trends in Food Allergen RecallsSteve Gendel, Ph.D., Vice President - Division of Food Allergens, IEH Laboratories and
8. Allergen Management: Ensuring What is in the Product is on the Package Susan Estes, Sr. Manager, Global Food Safety, PepsiCo, Inc. 9. Allergen Management: Keeping What is Not on the Package out of the Product Tim Adams, Principal Scientist, Food Safety, Kellogg Company<10. Allergen Cleaning Best Practices Lauren Jackson, Ph.D., Chief/Food Engineering Branch, Division of Food Processing Science and Technology, U.S. Food and Drug Administration
11. Food Allergens: Emerging Issues (Thresholds and Quantitative Risk Assessment)Joseph Baumert, PhD, Co-Director, FARRP, University of Nebraska

BEST PRACTICES FOR RISK ASSESSMENT, MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION FOR THE FOODSERVICE INDUSTRY
12. Survey: Food allergen Controls in the Foodservice IndustryDavid Crownover, Product Manager, ServSafe, National Restaurant Association
13. Managing Food Allergens in Retail and Food Service Environments Hal King, PhD, CEO, Public Health Innovations LLC.
14. The 4 Key Elements to Feeding Diners with Allergies: Culture, Education, Caring & OrchestrationCarlyn Berghoff, Berghoff Catering & Restaurant Group
15. Food Allergen Control Best Practices: Implementation and Compliance Adam Inman, Assistant Program Manager, Division of Food Safety and Lodging, Kansas Department of Agriculture
16. Food Allergen Online Training: An Example of Extension's Educational RoleKatherine Brandt and Suzanne Driessen, University of Minnesota Extension

BEST PRACTICES FOR RISK ASSESSMENT, MANAGEMENT AND COMMUNICATION AT HOME AND OTHER COMMUNITY SETTINGS
17. Food Allergen Risks at the Community Level: an Overview Michael Pistiner, MD, AllergyHome.org
18. Allergen Control at HomeJennifer Jobrack, FARE
19. Allergen Control at a University Dining Service Kathryn Whiteside, University of Michigan
20. Managing Allergen Risks in Schools Robin Safley, Florida Department of AgricultureDebbie Maunus, FARE Advocacy Leadership Council

INDEXESAuthor Index
Subject Index
Dewey Decimal Classfication (DDC)

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