The end goal is trust, and the balance of collaboration, technology and people play a big role in driving transparency.
Stakeholders from FDA, CDC and the produce industry weigh in on the largest outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 in produce since 2006 and the important lessons learned.
The in-progress 10-year study is evaluating the relationship between food safety management systems and risky behaviors that contribute to foodborne illness outbreaks in the retail setting.
Perhaps the most powerful technological methodology to implement is using the Internet of Things.
The answer goes beyond a simple ‘yes’ or ‘no’.
As one of the key parts in the food safety program, the objective of this article is to help small and entrepreneurial to understand the basics of supply chain management, and some areas to start their own program.
End-to-end, geo-spatial mapping of the supply chain would allow stakeholders to identify risks.
Help your organization assess its level of compliance to FSMA Sanitary Transportation Rule.
IoT technology is implemented from source to destination to ensure retailers meet consumers’ demand for fresher, safer and responsibly sourced foods.
The sixth FSMA rule will help ensure safe food in the transport of food from farm to fork.