With this post, we’d like to say that we're not trying to make a political statement for or against anyone. We're simply trying to assess the new dynamics unfolding in Washington and how that might affect the companies we serve. We consistently see a lot of interaction from various government agencies with TraceGains content, and we appreciate the work that you've done and continue to do to implement FSMA. It's important work and we know your jobs aren't easy. With that said, we invited Marc Sanchez, FDA and regulatory attorney, to help us sort out the likely and unlikely.
From the Campbell Soup Company announcing its latest venture, to a couple of upcoming webinars taking place soon, below are this week’s interesting reads:
Now that 2016 is behind us, we are able to reflect on the year’s progress and shortcomings. To help us better understand this from SQF’s perspective, we invited LeAnn Chuboff, Senior Technical Director for Safe Quality Food Institute, to discuss a quick recap of the compliance activities (recalls, top non-conformities, etc.) SQF saw in 2016.
From the announcement of Trump finally selected a nominee for secretary of agriculture to FDA issuing a draft guidance for sprout operations, below are this week’s interesting reads:
From the FDA announcing an updated draft guidance for the control of Listeria in RTE foods, to the flavor predictions for 2017 brought to you by FONA’s Flavor Radar, below are this week’s interesting reads:
We’re gearing up for our annual TraceGains Customer Conference and Training (TGCon), and getting pretty darn excited about it, too! 2017’s customer conference is shaping up to be slightly different than previous years, so if you haven’t had the opportunity to join us, make sure to put it on your calendar this time around.
From the FDA announcing two draft guidance documents for nutrition labeling, to the announcement of a potential oral vaccine for Salmonella, below are this week’s interesting reads:
While the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules have all been finalized for quite a few months now, there are still significant amounts of confusion and questions regarding implementation and what companies actually need to do from a food safety standpoint.
We did it again! TraceGains has once again been honored as one of Food Logistics Top 100 Software and Technology Providers in 2016. This marks the fourth year in a row that TraceGains’ food safety software has been recognized for its innovative solutions in the food and beverage industry.
From Amazon adopting an entirely new concept for the typical grocery shopping experience, to the announcement of Coca-Cola’s CEO stepping down, below are this week’s interesting reads: