These types of audits can have a positive impact on your company, by improving food safety culture and helping prepare facilities for FDA inspections.
Risks to supply chain integrity remain and FSMA implementation is going “okay”: We still have a long way to go.
Mitigating the risk requires implementing control measures and establishing traceability systems.
Successfully doing so could be the difference between a routine audit and a recall.
Evolving solutions will manage expected requirements.
With accredited services increasingly becoming an integral part of business operations, many wonder how the processes of accreditation and certification work.
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With the rising awareness of food fraud prevention and control regulated by FSMA and GFSI schemes, these 5 tips will help your compliance and enhance your current food defense program.
It’s not necessarily the size of the company that matters, it’s whether the company has the resources to assist with FSMA compliance.
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