What consumers expect from food and supplement makers is continually evolving. But the demand for insight into the contents, origin, and safety of what they consume is on the rise. Companies are under pressure to provide complete supply chain transparency, and when it’s lacking, the issue can often the result of FSMA compliance issues.
FSMA’s recordkeeping requirements are robust and complex and demand that companies drive a proactive approach to manage supply chain vulnerabilities and respond quickly when issues arise. While FSMA documentation management can be labor-intensive, digital transformation has the potential to transform the way companies operate. By turning documents into digital records, businesses can use the data to power reports and dashboards to identify risk, scorecard suppliers, increase audit readiness, and improve collaboration with internal and external stakeholders.
Join Nancy Scharlach, President and Chief Technical Director of FSMA International, for tips on automating business processes to create a highly connected, efficient, and responsive FSMA program that keeps pace with shifting regulatory requirements and customer demand.
Actionable insights on how to achieve and maintain BRC accreditation.Requirements for compliant recordkeeping, including HACCP, FSMA Preventive Controls, and FSVP.
Insights on preparing for FDA audits and conducting internal audits.
How to use data to prevent costly recalls.
How to digitize documents for data mining and trend analysis to drive continuous process improvement.