Vanee Foods and Eli’s Cheesecake Company have a lot in common. Even though the former focuses on producing soups and sauces and the other focuses on delectable desserts, they are both family-owned businesses being run by second and third generations, both are located in the Chicagoland area and both are focused on food safety.
The Food Safety Modernization Act’s preventative controls rule went into effect this past fall for large CPG food and beverage companies. Most in the industry understand the new rules are focused on prevention of food safety hazards, but that doesn’t mean everyone is at the same level of comprehension and compliance.
The rule includes many provisions that have raised many technical and business questions.
January 29, 2017
While the rule establishes enforceable national standards for the on-farm growing, harvesting and holding of domestic and imported produce, it also includes many other provisions that have raised many technical and business questions.
On Demand Food safety begins at the point of manufacturing and continues throughout the supply chain. The rapid adoption of the Internet of Things, and the breadth of technologies available, place the food industry in a prime position to benefit from improved traceability and real-time data to ensure product integrity and food safety.
On DemandAttendees will gain an understanding of Hazard Analysis and Risk-based Preventive Controls (HARPC), an in-depth look at the factors that affect preventive controls, an understanding of a process for establishing preventive controls, and best practices for measuring the success and optimizing preventive controls. Read More
If you export food, food ingredients, food packaging, dietary supplements or food additives to the United States, your U.S. Importer will soon require that you provide documentation verifying that your company is compliant with Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) regulations. Read More
The FDA and leaders across the food safety industry (academics, certifying body leaders, GFSI leaders) fully agree that HACCP hazardous analysis is necessary for establishing FSMA Food Safety Plan preventive controls. This webinar will prepare attendees to meet this requirement by discussing the fundamentals of HACCP and hazardous analysis leading to FSMA. Read More
The new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) regulation requires every processing facility to have a trained resource person or “Preventive Controls Qualified Individual“ who has completed a specialized training course (such as this one) that was developed by the Food Safety Preventive Controls Alliance (FSPCA) and is recognized by the FDA. Read More