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Navigating Food Compliance in 2022: A Focus on Food Traceability

Each year, companies lose millions of dollars to food recalls. While your company’s brand and reputation are on the line when it comes to pulling a potentially harmful product off the shelves, what’s even more important is the threat of harming the consumer if you don’t do it quickly and efficiently. 

Key Components of a FSMA Food Safety Plan

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) works to prevent foodborne illnesses in the United States by providing the FDA with more regulatory power. It can be categorized into seven rules:

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.

COUNTDOWN TO FSMA 204: Final Rule Will Be Here In 2 Months


In her "Countdown to FSMA 204" blog series, guest blogger Julie McGill, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights,  shares important topics leading up to November.

Food Safety Regulations: Prevention is as Important as Response to Food Safety Incidents


It’s time to ask the hard question: Is your company prepared for an audit or food-related incident?

Food regulatory requirements have shifted in nature; now, rather than primarily focusing on responding to food safety incidents, there is an increased emphasis on food safety prevention. Fortunately, there are a variety of tools to help food and beverage manufacturers ensure that they are compliant with food safety regulations; the key is preparing for food safety audits in advance. Audits can occur in-house by a designated team or by an external auditor, with the purpose being to identify areas for improvement to processes and systems.

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