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Traceability Recordkeeping for Today's Food Supply Chain: FSMA 204 and Beyond

For organizations, businesses, and stakeholders in the food supply chain, the case for robust food traceability capabilities has never been stronger. Not only has the global food supply chain become incredibly complex and vast – recent years have highlighted its fragility and warranted a stronger approach to managing the inherent risks. With the passing of Section 204(d) of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA 204), suppliers, retailers, wholesalers, and more will be held to more stringent standards around tech-enabled traceability.

Understanding FSMA Section 204 and the Case for Tech-Enabled Traceability

The pending FDA regulation on Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods has left some food companies with questions regarding implementation and feasibility for the industry. The proposed FSMA 204 rule applies to products on the Food Traceability List (FTL) and certain foods that contain these items.

COUNTDOWN TO FSMA 204: 1 Month to Go

Guest blogger Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights, shares insights leading up to the release of the Final Rule for FSMA 204. Click here to read the previous blog.

NAFS 2022 | Smarter Approaches to Food Safety

Over 200 food industry companies convened in Chicago last week for the North American Food Safety & Quality's annual gathering, NAFS 22. FoodLogiQ was among the attendees, connecting with food safety executives, sharing insights, and discussing today's supply chain opportunities. Here are a few highlights from this year's event

What Can a Food Traceability System Do for Your Business?

Food traceability systems can help your company meet regulatory compliance, guarantee food safety, and enhance supply chain interoperability through a manageable, centralized solution.

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