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People & Places
Mitzi Baum has been named
the new CEO of Stop Food-borne Illness.
Walmart has brought on
Sara Mortimore as its new vice
president of global food safety
Food Safety Net Services has announced
that Barry Carpenter has joined the company as senior adviser for regulatory affairs
and client relations.
The Equitable Food Initiative has proudly welcomed
Rebecca Chávez, M.P.H., to
serve as business development
Members of the Inter-
national Association for Food Protection
elected Dr. Michelle Danyluk to the execu-
tive board as secretary.
Dilution Solutions is excited
to announce that Lori Donnell
has joined the company as a
technical sales representative.
The Allen Lund Company is
pleased to announce the promotion of Wendy Adan to manager of the
company’s San Francisco office.
Valerie Kaminski has
joined NewCold, an automated
and logistics company, in the
role of managing director,
The L. S. Starrett Company
has announced the appointment of Jon-Michael Raymond
as director of sales, North
America, industrial products.
Good Foods has announced
the hire of Jay Guzman as a key account
Hygiena Receives AOAC-RI
Certification for Gluten Tox® Pro Test
Hygiena announced that its
Gluten Tox Pro test for the detection of
gluten received a renewal of its certification from the AOAC Research Institute.
The test is manufactured by Hygiena
Diagnostica España S.L., and is available
as a sensitive enzyme-linked immuno-sorbent assay format. The unique G12
antibody used in Gluten Tox Pro detects
the causative agents of gluten intolerance and celiac disease.
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