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Protecting Food Processors From Poor Transport Practices

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Protecting Food Retailers and Processors From Poor Transportation Practices with John Ryan, Ph.D., Owner, RyanSystems.com and SanitaryColdChain.com food safety/traceability system. design.

Dr. John Ryan recently retired as the Administrator for the Hawaii State Department of Agriculture's Quality Assurance Division.  He has spent over 25 years implementing high technology quality control systems for international corporations and he specializes in food traceability and food safety systems.  He architects and supplies sensor-enabled traceability and food safety solutions for product requiring temperature, bio-contaminant, GPS and explosives measurement and reporting.  His primary services are focused on the cold chain and assuring that foods are traceable and delivered in sanitary containers.  He also works on delivery controls for the safe import and export of international food shipments.

1. Introduction.
2. What is the Food Production Cold Chain?
3. How do food producers send their products to market?
4. What are the current practices of food transporters?
5. What measures can be engaged to protect food transportation?
6. Dr. Ryan’s products and services.

Contact:

John Ryan, Ph.D.
Sanitary Cold Chain
Delivery Control Solutions
http://www.SanitaryColdChain.com
Food Safety Transportation Certification (TransCert)
29905 Santa Maria Drive
Canyon Lake, California 92587
951-746-2294
jryan@sanitarycoldchain.com

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