One decade ago the Food Safety Modernization Act was signed into law. FDA Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy and Response Frank Yiannas reflects on the past, present and future of the legislation.
This week’s discussion features an examination of GFSI and its fitness for the next 20 years, along with the critical issues that face the future of food safety technology.
The agency is giving stakeholders additional tools to help in understanding the proposed rule and whether it applies to their organization.
The program will address the audit standards in FSMA’s Preventive Controls and Produce Safety Rules.
Mikael Bengtsson discusses how as the emphasis on transparency continues to grow, companies that leverage technologies to help manage their supply chain will be more agile.
During last week’s Food Safety Consortium keynote episode, Frank Yiannas, deputy commissioner for food policy and response, drove home the agency’s initiative surrounding more effective food traceability.
In addition to a special FDA Keynote Presentation, the October 1 episode will feature a lively panel of industry experts discussing lessons learned from COVID-19 as well as food safety trends during the pandemic.
The goal is to put more recordkeeping requirements in place for specific foods based on risk.
The event begins on September 3 and runs through December 17. Registration is open now.
The blueprint will also include lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.