Food Think Tank is now the new home of FoodBytes Infoservices online.
We believe that "Think Tank" embodies the overall concept of what Foodbytes Infoservices has been doing for food businesses for almost a decade. By taking on the "Food Think Tank" label, we boldly state what we do and so help those who need our services find us easier on the net.
Conventional solutions not working for your company? You've come to the right place.
Here we offer new ways of approaching your problems and we offer both conventional and non-conventional solutions that work.
1. Food Safety Management documentation for a large scale commercial processor.
2. Development of a Food Security Program for a high level processor.
3. New Product Development: We are currently developing sugar-free product versions of an existing product line for one of our exporting clients.View more projects...
... HACCP is something which you, the business owner, the manager, the leader of your organization must appreciate and implement along with everyone in your staff. Read more...
... is a system or a set of procedures which food businesses use to make sure that the food they make or the food they serve is safe. Read more...
Not all "soil" are created equal. Knowing which kind you are up against will make it easier for you to win the battle. Read more...
Starting a food business is easy. Starting a successful business is something else. Of course, as in any business, there is always the element of luck. Read more...
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Around the Globe
* 2013/05/28: Bubble tea brands banned by Singapore for unapproved chemical content: Food inspection authorities withdraw tapioca balls from Taiwan after finding maleic acid.
* 2013/05/24: NC Holiday Inn salmonella outbreak grows to 86: The number of confirmed cases from the Fayetteville N.C. outbreak has increased while health officials continue their investigation on the source of the outbreak.