The senior manager of Food Safety and Quality for Pinnacle Foods Group spoke with SmartBrief, sharing tales from the quality assurance industry and the critical role she plays in it.
Who could have guessed that 10 years ago, something as mundane as a food label would be the focus of so much attention? Certainly, no one could have predicted it would take center stage in a Super Bowl ad.
Most leaders in the food, beverage, and supplements industries understand that failing an audit is costly and that being non-compliant exposes customers and the business to risk.
President Barack Obama signed the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) into law on January 4, 2011. Congress created FSMA to give the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) new powers to regulate and monitor how food is developed, grown, harvested,...
Most food, beverage, and supplements companies know they need to evaluate their suppliers on a wide range of supplier behaviors, but this effort has been historically labor-intensive for many companies.
Like most federal regulations, the Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) includes many definitions, exemptions, and jargon. Essentially, the FDA wants companies importing food into the United States to make sure it’s up to the FDA’s...
Global supply chains continue to evolve and increase in complexity. Companies take on more risk as their network becomes inherently more vulnerable to outside influences when scaled to global size.
What's the best way to collect supplier documentation? You might read that sentence and think there is no best way - and you would probably be correct.
Researchers have found a statistically significant global hurricane trend - and it’s not good news. A group of researchers at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and the University of Wisconsin at Madison conducted a study that...
The increasingly global nature of today’s supply chain means even the most stringent quality control measures might not be enough to protect an organization from supply chain risk.