The University of Minnesota provides TraceGains with direct access to two comprehensive data sources curated by the Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI). The Food Adulteration Incident Registry (FAIR) and the World Factbook offer valuable historical ingredient usage data. This useful data delivers market intelligence gleaned from the University of Minnesota's subject matter expertise, data fusion, and analysis.
The data sets seamlessly integrate with TraceGains Smart Alerts. Smart Alerts monitors threats and regulatory risks throughout your supply chain in real-time to prevent food safety issues and supply chain disruptions. The system transforms massive amounts of data into user-friendly, actionable insights for quick and effective risk management. Never miss a critical threat with automatic alerts for your ingredients, items, formulas, and daily updates on new and emerging threats, refusals, incidents, alerts, and recalls.
"Many companies want to partner with the University of Minnesota to gain access to the Food Protection and Defense Institute (FPDI) data, research, and innovations. We chose to work with TraceGains due to its credibility and expertise in the regulatory and safety challenges the food industry faces. We want this research and data to go out and do good in the world, and we think TraceGains is well-positioned to reach the widest audience." - Dr. Amy Kircher, Senior Advisor at FPDI.
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