Dr. David Theno joins MEAT&POULTRY editorial team
February 24, 2009
by MEAT&POULTRY Staff
KANSAS CITY, MO. – In our effort to continually upgrade what is considered the industry’s most-respected editorial team, the publisher of MEAT&POULTRY announced the addition of Dr. David Theno as a contributing editor. Beginning in the March issue of MEAT&POULTRY, Mr. Theno will address the latest food-safety news and trends in a bimonthly column written exclusively for M&P readers.
Mr. Theno, who retired from his position as chief product-safety officer with San Diego-based Jack in the Box Inc. this past September, is credited with not only bringing the fast-food chain back from the brink after it was linked to the infamous E. coli outbreak of the early 1990s, but also for revolutionizing food-safety practices for the entire meat-processing industry. It was Mr. Theno who applied hazard analysis and critical control point programs first in meat plants and eventually throughout the food chain, establishing H.A.C.C.P. as a universal food-safety protocol in the U.S. and around the world.
"We are honored that Dr. Theno has agreed to bring his perspective and expertise to the pages of MEAT&POULTRY," said Dave Crost, publisher.
Mr. Theno joins an editorial team that includes industry veterans whose careers have been dedicated to serving the industry.
"For many years, industry stalwarts like Steve Kay, Dr. Temple Grandin, Steve Krut and Steve Bjerklie have written exclusively for MEAT&POULTRY and stake their reputation on the credibility and respect our publication has in the marketplace," Mr. Crost said. "The addition of Dr. Theno to our masthead affirms our reputation from someone who is the equivalent of a ‘rock star’ in our industry. Our readers are the real beneficiaries of this continued commitment to editorial superiority."
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