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IEH cofounder and President Dr. Mansour Samadpour is interviewed about the 2015 Listeria outbreak in Blue Bell ice cream. 

Introduction to microorganisms in the food industry.

This course is offered by IEH Academy as a self-paced eLearning training program in which Dr. Bartholomew addresses the critical role that microbes play in food production processes, and the concerns that food producers face every year as millions of consumers get sick by eating food contaminated by pathogens.

Heavy Metals & Contaminants in the Food Industry

Dr. Don Zink, President of Foods and Regulatory Compliance at IEH Laboratories & Consulting Group is joined by Ben Wozniak of Brooks Applied Labs as they host a live webinar addressing recent events, regulatory standards, historical findings, and risk factors revolving around heavy metals and toxic elements in food processing. 

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"One person dying of food borne illness is one too many"

Mansour Samadpour runs the largest food testing labs in the country. He tells CNNMoney’s Cristina Alesci why ‘you cannot absolutely say our food is safe.’

The Changing Landscape: Implications of New Regulations

Listen as IEH President of Foods & Regulatory Compliance gives a presentation on managing risk in a zero tolerance world hosted by the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP). IAFP Annual Meeting 2017

Will Daniels: "It was a game changer for the industry" - Food Safety Matters Podcast

Food Safety Matters interviews Will Daniels, president of the produce division at IEH Laboratories and recognized for food safety and quality at Earthbound Farms during the 2006 spinach outbreak.

E. coli Contamination in Vegetables

Americans are eating more salad. But our intensifying love affair with produce is creating problems for farmers, the environment and even our health.

Seattle Public Health Addresses Food Safety

Teaches food workers the basics of keeping yourself and your customers safe from foodborne illnesses. This video is based on changes to the Washington State Food Code made effective on May 2, 2005.

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