The agency released an overview of its investigation, with the finding that one farm in Santa Barbara County, California tested positive for the outbreak strain of E.coli O157:H7—but also that that one farm cannot explain the whole outbreak.
As large farms prepare for the upcoming inspections, the agency wants them to know that there are resources to help them.
Yiannas will serve as the keynote speaker at the start of the event on October 1.
Hint: One of them is about recalls.
On-site and third-party allergen testing is an important part of FALCPA and FSMA compliance, but allergen test kits are not one-size-fits-all. Knowing the challenges of your matrices can help you make informed decisions about the products and services to include in your allergen control plan.
Benefits go beyond reducing liability and checking off the regulatory box.
FDA intends to enforce the adherence of industry to generally accepted best practices.
Don’t miss this opportunity to share insightful and educational content with your peers at the annual must-attend event.
There are a number of high-risk zones for food companies.
Today’s technology generates data that is important for mitigating risk and protecting brand reputation.