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iFoodDS has been actively participating in the conversation around FSMA Rule 204. As members of GS1, we’ve been involved in ongoing traceability working groups and have had many discussions with industry leaders on the best path forward after Rule 204 finalization.
This informational hub is designed to be an educational resource for the full supply chain as the food industry navigates FSMA Rule 204. Learn what you need to do to comply and how you can collaborate with your supply chain partners to get the right data.
We’ll be updating this page regularly with new content and updated information if/when the FDA makes further updates to Rule 204.
August 10, 2023
The Traceability Plan is a FSMA 204 requirement for all organizations across the supply chain who manufacture, process, pack or hold foods on the Food Traceability List (FTL). Download our Traceability Plan Requirements and Sample Plan infographic to guide your organization in creating your own Traceability Plan.
August 10, 2023
Use our checklist to evaluate whether a solution provider can support compliance with the FDA’s Food Traceability Rule (FSMA Rule 204).
October 24, 2022
You’ll need the right information from your suppliers to record your Key Data Elements (KDEs). This infographic shows you ways to get that information so you can comply with Rule 204.
October 3, 2022
The rule will be finalized in November, 2022. Many companies will be subject to the new requirements and will have just 2 years to comply. Are you prepared? Go through our brief checklist to find out.
September 23, 2022
In this eBook, we explore the connection between traceability and enhanced food safety.
Under Rule 204, you’ll need to submit traceability information to the FDA in an electronic spreadsheet within 24 hours of a request.
There are 16 fresh food categories on the Food Traceability List. Do you know if you sell any commodities subject to Rule 204?
Depending on your role in the supply chain, you may be responsible for KDEs (Key Data Elements) associated with more than one CTE (Critical Tracking Event).
FSMA Rule 204 doesn’t mandate a specific technology for keeping traceability records. Have you thought about the best solution for your company?