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Grecian Delight | Kronos Chooses FoodLogiQ for More Supply Chain Transparency

Trustwell welcomes Grecian Delight|Kronos to our community of customers leading the charge in better supply chain visibility.

FSMA 204 and International Suppliers: What You Need to Know

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) sets forth food safety regulations for the production, processing, packaging, and transportation of food intended for consumption within the United States. Additionally, Section 204 of FSMA, which was just published as a final rule in November 2022, sets additional guidance for food businesses on how they should establish enhanced traceability recordkeeping for foods considered “high risk” on the food supply chain.

A Short Guide to the FSMA Food Traceability List (FTL)

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) created the Food Traceability List (FTL), which identifies “high-risk” foods that require additional recordkeeping elements to be tracked in our food supply chains. These foods, which include various produce items, nut butters, seafood, soft cheeses, and fresh herbs, and the associated recordkeeping requirements will allow for faster identification and more rapid removal of potentially contaminated food from the market, resulting in fewer illnesses or deaths.

How to Prepare for a Food Safety Audit

Businesses need to know how to prepare for a food safety audit – an essential practice for monitoring product quality, maintaining brand reputation, and meeting regulatory compliance.

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