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A New Era of Smarter Food Safety Has Arrived


What we learned from the FDA’s public meeting on tech-enabled traceability and outbreak response, smarter tools, new business models and food safety culture.

The FDA held a public meeting yesterday kicking off their new campaign on A New Era of Smarter Food Safety. The all-day event was a referendum on the status of food safety across the industry, as well as a step towards consensus building on how to reimagine food safety at scale.

FoodLogiQ to Provide Insight on Traceability at FDA’s “New Era of Smarter Food Safety” Public Meeting


FoodLogiQ’s leadership team will meet with FDA officials and other food industry execs on Oct. 21 to discuss the importance of traceability, digital technologies, and evolving food business models that will foster a culture of food safety.

Members of the senior leadership team from FoodLogiQ will travel to Washington, DC, on Monday, October 21 to provide comment at the FDA Public Meeting “A New Era of Smarter Food Safety.” The highly-anticipated event kicks off an initiative that focuses on food traceability, digital technology and evolving food business models.  

The Records You Need Under the Foreign Supplier Verification Program


Make sure your relationships with foreign suppliers are compliant under the FDA’s Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) by reviewing a full list of required records.

It just got a little easier to see the documentation you need when managing foreign suppliers. The FDA has published an up to date list of the records required for the FSVP, a rule established under the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) to ensure companies importing foreign food products are compliant with US food safety standards.

The FDA's New Food Safety Dashboard for Tracking FSMA Online


The Food and Drug Administration has released a Food Safety Dashboard to help track Food Safety Modernization Act rules and to measure their progress.

It’s been eight years since Congress passed the U.S. Food and Drug Administration Food Safety Modernization Act, or FSMA, in an effort to foster a more proactive food safety system. At the heart of that legislation was the government’s obligation to protect consumers, not only through reactive measures, but through prevention as well.

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