FEATURED FSMA ARTICLES

How Do FSMA’s Produce Rule And FSVP Intersect?
How Do FSMA’s Produce Rule And FSVP Intersect?

In this segment of Food For Thought: FSMA’s Produce Safety Rule, Jennifer McEntire, VP food safety & technology at United Fresh Produce Association, and Maile Gradison Hermida, partner with Hogan Lovells, discuss how the FDA will enforce FSMA’s Produce Rule, how FSVP intersects with the rule, and some of the rule’s sanitation requirements.

  • Food Online’s Top 10 Of November
    Food Online’s Top 10 Of November

    What articles were our readers most thankful for in November? Take a look back at last month by reviewing the 10 most-popular articles that appeared on Food Online in November.

  • Hormel’s Strategy In The Battle Against Microbial Contamination
    Hormel’s Strategy In The Battle Against Microbial Contamination

    Your CEO probably won't notice if you start a production run an hour late. But, if you start production on time without inspecting the environment, taking corrective actions, and sanitizing the environment, your product may be forced into withdrawal or a recall… and your CEO will know you in a very intimate and negative way.

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  • ERP For Food And Beverage Compliance And Traceability

    How enterprise resource planning (ERP) software can help food and beverage manufacturing with traceability and regulatory compliance.

  • ERP For The Foods And Beverage Quality Assurance

    How enterprise resource planning (ERP) software can help food and beverage manufacturing with quality assurance: statistical process control (SPC) and failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA).

  • Why GDPR Must Be baked Into Your Enterprise Software

    Can you really prepare for General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance with software that is bolted onto the outside of your enterprise resource planning (ERP) or field service management software?

  • Modernized cGMPs To Hazard Analysis: The Backbone Of A Solid Food Safety Plan

    In my previous column, I described the first step to convert a HACCP plan into a PC food safety plan. Once you have addressed cGMPs and other key requisite programs (SSOPs, etc.), you are ready to start creating and implementing a food safety plan. This article provides the broad brush strokes to create and implement a FSMA-compliant food safety plan.

  • 5 Food Safety Focus Areas For 2018

    2017 was an incredible year for food safety filled with challenges in identifying key issues having a pivotal impacton the F&B industry. That said, I believe these five food safety topics brought revolutionary changes to the way the food industry tackled food safety issues and will alter how we approach food safety and how we do business in 2018 and beyond.

  • Germicidal LEDs: A Viable Light Source For Food Safety

    In addition to their use for Point-of-Use Water Disinfection, UV-C LED-based solutions have now been demonstrated to offer novel and unique approaches to food production sanitation.

  • FSMA’s Produce Safety Rule: Dissecting Recent Announcements

    A recent Food Online article provided tips for compliance with the Produce Safety Rule, but some provisions in the rule are clearer than others. Over the past several months, the FDA has announced various reconsiderations related to the rule that can be difficult to interpret. This article will review and explain a few of them.

  • Modernized cGMP: The Nuts And Bolts Of A Preventive Controls Food Safety Plan

    Many HACCP plans are not well-integrated with prerequisite programs. Because of this, the food safety system isn't robust. In the first article of a two-part series, I will show that focusing on prerequisite programs, starting with cGMPs, is the best starting point for converting a HACCP plan into a Preventive Controls Food Safety Plan.

  • FSMA’s Produce Safety Rule: A Practical Guide For Compliance

    For the first time, a set of guidelines has been defined for safe agricultural practices, with rules in motion for farming, harvesting, packing, and storing fruits and vegetables. This article outlines FSMA’s Produce Safety Rule, showing the specifics of each part of the rule, and will help guide you toward compliance.

  • FSMA Compliance: How Separation Technology Gets — And Keeps — You There

    Are you confused about how to incorporate technology into FSMA compliance? If so, you are not alone. This article offer suggestions on how to apply technology at your plant to comply with FSMA.

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SAFETYCHAIN SOFTWARE'S FSMA FRIDAYS

Food For Thought: How To Always Be FSMA Inspection Ready Food For Thought: How To Always Be FSMA Inspection Ready

In this web chat, Elizabeth Fawell, food industry counsel at Hogan Lovells; and Samantha Cooper, senior manager of food safety and quality assurance at the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), will review some of FSMA’s basic requirements, explain why they’re important in becoming and remaining compliant, and describe what can be expected when FDA inspectors knock on your facility’s door for an inspection. In addition to providing knowledge on FSMA inspections, the 45-minute session will focus heavily on Fawell and Cooper answering questions from the web chat’s live audience.