FSMA 204, the FDA’s final rule for food traceability, will be published in just a few short weeks. These recordkeeping requirements go beyond existing regulations and include an extensive list of products that will need to be tracked at the lot level by trading partners across the entire food supply chain.
Capturing traceability data for FSMA 204 compliance is part of a movement in the food industry for visibility and transparency. Hear how FoodLogiQ Track + Trace customers are positioned to meet these regulations and what you need to do to get started.
Join us on Thursday, September 22 at 2 pm ESTas FoodLogiQ traceability experts share insights and solutions for the journey ahead. Learn the five critical steps your company can use today to chart a path for success.
The presenters for this informative webinar are:
JP Gutierrez, Vice President of Client Solutions at FoodLogiQ, will provide a live demo of how FoodLogiQ Track + Trace enables CTE data gathering and shows how companies can use that data to meet trading partner, consumer, and regulatory traceability requirements
Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights at FoodLogiQ, will present an overview of the proposed rule and share what she hears in the industry today.