As anticipated, the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced its proposed Rule for Food Traceability, which outlined additional traceability recordkeeping requirements for many fruit and vegetable commodities.
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Thanks primarily to E. coli O157:H7 outbreaks attributed to romaine lettuce, leafy green growers have been in the food safety spotlight for the past couple of years.
Traceability is among the core elements of the Federal Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) “New Era of Smarter Food Safety” Blueprint.
Implementation of a digital food safety program enables data collection of operations and delivers insights on how operations can be improved, not only in the field but also in packing and processing facilities.
Last week the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released its New Era of Smarter Food Safety
Mapping has been an under-utilized element in a food safety plan and can be especially critical for decision-making in uncertainty and for communication across various levels of an organization.
As growers bring technology into the fields to implement digital food safety programs they have discovered that the data collected can be also be used to optimize farm operations and provide deeper levels of operational insight and control.
With a history of working collaboratively, the acquisition of HarvestMark by iFoodDecisionSciences (iFoodDS) will formalize and streamline this relationship with a direct benefit for customers.
On October 21, the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) held a public meeting to discuss “A Smarter Era of Food Safety.”