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FSMA Webinar: Foreign Supplier Verification Program

You've seen our post covering the five most important facts about the FDA's Foreign Supplier Verification Program. Larger companies have just 18 months after the final ruling to meet the FSVP requirements - not an easy task With that deadline looming, we've invited Matt Regusci of WQS Food Verification and TrainToComply (from our past webinar Managing Certifications Across Your Supply Chain) to present with us again. We hope you'll join us for this exclusive webinar to learn what you need to know on how FSMA & FSVP rules will affect your global supply chain.

WEBINAR: FSMA & Foreign Supplier Verification Rules

If you work with foreign suppliers it's imperative that you understand the Foreign Supplier Verification Programs ruling taking effect under FSMA. During this webinar, FoodLogiQ and our speaker Matt Regusci will teach you exactly what to watch for and why it matters for your company.

RESERVE MY SPOTTuesday, August 16th, 2016
2pm ET / 11am PT
1 Hour

What You'll Learn

  • The specific requirements that imported food must meet
  • What importers are responsible for when it comes to food safety plans
  • How much power the FDA has in stopping imports from suppliers it suspects of violations

Matt Regusci, WQS

About Our Speaker - Matt Regusci

Matthew Regusci specializes in supply chain food safety and compliance from farming & harvesting to packing, marketing, processing and distributing. Matthew and his team work directly with major retailers, marketers, distributors and processors to simplify complex compliance programs and make large supply chains pliable.

In addition, Matthew provides GFSI Certification audits and sustainability audits, as well as preparation and training for companies centered around the Food Safety Modernization Act.

Posted by Katy Jones on Aug 11, 2016 3:30:00 PM

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