Implementing a process improvement approach can help companies meet current requirements.
Industry’s “new reality” for inspection and audit readiness pivots on evolving its programs based on the expectations of today’s – and tomorrow’s – inspectors, auditors and customers alike.
This video on BRC’s FSMA readiness module is designed to help companies understand how well their facilities are prepared for FSMA. Featuring John Kukoly, Director of BRC’s Americas, the video delivers information on what the program is, how it should be prepared for, expectations for audit time, and how to get started.
The guide is intended to help small businesses understand how the rule applies to them.
The study also helped detect and halt an outbreak of Listeriosis linked to sprouts.
The agency has released three guidances to provide more information about FSMA exemptions for low-acid canned foods, juice HACCP and seafood HACCP.
It’s not necessarily the size of the company that matters, it’s whether the company has the resources to assist with FSMA compliance.
FSMA Preventive Controls rules require companies to identify and assess hazards.
Food companies that leverage big data will be able to make better business choices and shift their decisions from reactive to proactive.
Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue voiced serious product safety concerns.