COVID-19 Resource Page for the Food Industry*

Resources brought to you by Matrix Sciences in collaboration with Cornell University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Tracegains, Inc.

Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Introducing Virtual Services

We are keeping you informed by providing industry updates and partnering with our clients to put practical response and mitigation strategies in place to best protect your employees, your supply chain, your customers, and your continuity of business.

Food Safety Q&A Sessions

Have a COVID-19 related question? Matrix Sciences experts are answering your questions throughout the month. Check here soon for the next scheduled date.

Previously Recorded Sessions

Session 1: April 16, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Critical workers potentially exposed
  • How to limit exposure
  • Implementation strategies/challenges
  • Communications
  • Supply challenges/face masks

Session 2: April 23, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Legal Questions
  • Restaurants
  • Produce
  • What will the new normal look like
  • Testing differences

Session 3: April 30, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Employer Testing
  • Executive Order
  • CDC Guidance on Meat and Poultry
  • Current Landscape

Session 4: May 7th, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Temperature & Testing as Access Control
  • Risk Assessments
  • Stay At Home Orders
  • Environmental Testing

Session 5: May 21st, 2020

Topics Include:

  • Verification
  • Validation
  • How to Create a “COVID-Control Culture”

Session 6: May 22nd, 2020

Brought to you in collaboration with Cornell College of Arts and Life Sciences

Topics Include:

  • Verification
  • Validation
  • How to Create a “COVID-Control Culture”


The most common questions on how COVID-19 is impacting the food industry here.

Templates & Resources

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