FSMA outlines best practices in food handling and transportation. While it’s essential to teach new employees the ropes, ongoing education is the key to total safety.
At the 2019 Food Safety Consortium, Frank Yiannas, FDA deputy commissioner for food policy & response, discussed the evolution of FSMA and the role that technology must play in providing better transparency and traceability.
Were you there? Here’s a snapshot of some of the moments at the 7th Annual Food Safety Consortium Conference & Expo.
Version 2.0 is intended to help owners and operators of food facilities.
Could industry be seeing a trend in increased enforcement?
The goal is to create consistent and national alignment of the FSMA rule.
This year’s event will have excellent educational, training and networking opportunities.
Failure Modes and Effects Analysis can help objectively evaluate any vulnerable steps in your process.
Part I of this complimentary series addresses documenting ingredients and raw materials, and the receiving step in the hazard analysis.
Ge’s expertise will help industry better understand how the use of enhanced technology and automation can provide companies with a compliance edge.