Food Safety Consortium - October 20-22, 2024, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott, Arlington, VA


Proposed Collaborative for FSMA 204 Compliance Seeks Industry SupportProposed Collaborative for FSMA 204 Compliance Seeks Industry Support

By Food Safety Tech Staff

As the deadline for adoption of the FSMA 204 Traceability Rule looms, Leavitt Partners and The Acheson Group are working with FDA to create a public-private governing body for food traceability, based on the medical industry’s Partnership for DSCSA Governance, to smooth the transition. The first step is to get industry onboard and actively involved.


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The Delicate Dance of Global Food Safety

By Paul Bradley, TraceGains

The global food safety landscape is at a crossroads and headed for extinction if changes do not take place within the next decade. But by focusing on prevention, capacity building, collaboration, and innovation, we can work towards a future where everyone has access to safe and nutritious food.

Advances in Food Packaging Are Elevating Safety and
Environmental Responsibility

By Felicity Kelly, Bunzl

Advances in food packaging—from recyclable or compostable materials to more sustainable packaging practices—are changing the way the industry ensures food safety while also addressing environmental concerns.

The FSMA Companion Online Training Program:
Series 2 - Supplier Management

Offered in April, the Series 2 classes focus on the Supply Chain Management requirements found in Subpart G of the Preventive Controls for Human Food (PCHF) rule, and offers timely information on suppler management issues to inform a well written Food Safety Plan.

Supplier Management and Controls, April 11 at 11:30 am EST
Assessing Third Party Audit Reports, April 18 at 11:30 am EST
Conducting an Onsite Supplier Audit, April 25 at 11:30 am EST

More Info and Registration

Internal Audit Planning:
The Key to a Successful Audit Program

By Olivia Pitts, GaMEP

Taking time to plan is a crucial step in the internal auditing process. Without sufficient planning, audits can often encounter roadblocks that lead to lackluster results. This article provides an overview of key planning steps that will help keep audits on track and within scope. The goal is to provide guidance for developing a well-organized internal audit program that will lead to improvements across the organization.

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