Your journey towards being a food safety ambassador starts here! We are always on the lookout for career-driven, dedicated, and high potential talents. If you are:

  • looking for a workplace where challenge meets opportunity
  • aiming to practice your core strengths and develop professionally while enjoying competitive compensation packages
  • willing to gain opportunities to build your career in the fields of microbiology, food technology, business, agriculture, accountancy, and economics
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Available Positions

 
HR Associate

Job Qualifications: Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology, Business Administration major in HRDM or other related courses Preferably at least one year....

Digital Marketing Specialist

Manage marketing activities for food safety advancement. It includes the creation of marketing collaterals and telemarketing

Technical Services Group Associate

Job Qualifications: Must have a Bachelor’s Degree in Food Technology, Biology, Chemistry, or Microbiology Experience in technical sales or related quality control functions is a plus;....

Technical Services Associate - For Luzon / Visayas / Mindanao

Main functions include technical sales of certified, high-quality rapid diagnostic test kits for food safety and quality assurance requirements, world-class hygiene and sanitation monitoring system, and microbiological products for quality control and production processes.

Marketing Management Associate

To manage marketing activities for food safety advancement. It includes creation of marketing collaterals and telemarketing.

Accounting Assistant

Perform a wide range of general accounting and bookkeeping support functions

 
September 2, 2021

Careers

Your journey towards being a food safety ambassador starts here! We are always on the lookout for career-driven, dedicated, and high potential talents. If you are
August 18, 2021

Microwave Food Safety 101

Microwave ovens have been playing an important role in food preparation since their creation in the 20th century. To make sure food is safely prepared, special care must be taken when cooking or reheating. Microwave ovens, even those that have turntables, can cook food unevenly and leave "cold spots" where bacteria can survive. Bacteria can only be killed and food can only be kept safe when foods are heated to a safe internal temperature.
February 4, 2020

Prevent Novel Corona Virus Through Proper Handwashing

First things first: Wash your hands properly! The Global Community is now working together to prevent the further spread of the novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) which is now considered an international health crisis. Scientists and researchers in different countries are also making progress in the creation of possible cure and vaccine for the virus.
January 24, 2020

Methanol Poisoning: A Food Safety Concern

The Laguna and Quezon provinces had seen an outbreak of methanol poisoning on Christmas celebration last year. At least 14 people have died and nearly 500 people were hospitalized after drinking lambanog (traditional Filipino distilled coconut wine) with high methanol content. The Philippine Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed this and urged the public to be wary on purchasing and consuming lambanog and other alcoholic beverages. These products should have proper labels and be registered with the FDA.
June 26, 2018

Campylobacter: An Emerging Foodborne Pathogen

“In 2016, Campylobacter jejuni has finally taken the spotlight as the new food superbug. In a ground- breaking article published in US Food Safety Magazine, University of Leicester scientists Wanford, Ketley, and Bayliss in the UK confirmed that while Salmonella species are still responsible for a large number of outbreaks of foodborne illnesses, Campylobacter is now the most common bacteria associated with food poisoning and contamination in the European Union and in the United States.
April 23, 2018

Dhabihah: Halal Method of Slaughter

For a meat to be halal, animals must be alive and healthy, and has to be slaughtered by a Muslim in a ritual way known as “Dhabihah”. Animals should be slaughtered by slitting its throat quickly with a very sharp knife; and the trachea, esophagus, jugular veins, and carotid arteries should be cut swiftly to prevent the animal from suffering.
April 5, 2018

Your kitchen is home to more harmful bacteria than your bathroom.

People disinfect their toilet seats all the time, but they don’t realize that they really need to pay attention to their kitchen too. According to Dr. Charles Gerba, a microbiologist and professor at the University of Arizona in Tucson, there are 200 times more fecal bacteria on the average cutting board in a home than a toilet seat.
February 8, 2018

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July 22, 2015

The Veterinary Practitioners of the Philippines focuses on ethical veterinary practices on the 43rd VPAP Annual Convention

Upholding high standards and global competency, Veterinary Practitioners have once again convened to continuously update their knowledge and expertise in the field of veterinary medicine.
COVID-19 and Food Safety