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Disrupted distribution channels, plant closings, social distancing, sick workers, and food waste are just some of the challenges facing the food and supplement industries’ supply chains. With how complicated things are right now, you don't need to add a recall to your list.
The reputation of food and supplement companies is built on trust, quality, and safety. A recall can spell disaster for your business, harming customers, losing money, and damaging your brand permanently. The FDA legislation dictates manufacturers must take reasonable steps to avoid risk in the production of food, and failure to do so carries hefty consequences.
To help address this serious issue, we asked Bryan Armentrout, CEO of the Food Leadership Group, to share what the FDA is looking for based on the latest enforcement actions, and what you can do to make sure your company avoids a costly recall.
Insights from recent FDA warning letters, recalls, and Form 483s.
How and why food safety programs and systems need to be updated.
Actionable steps to ensure compliance and better prepare for the future.
Best practices for effective incident management.
How to take a strategic approach to a product recall and incident communication.
How to monitor your supply chain for threats and regulatory risks in real time.
Founder & CEO | Food Leadership Group
Bryan Armentrout has more than 20 years of experience in corporate food safety and quality assurance working for some of America’s best-loved brands. Bryan’s firm, Food Leadership Group, specializes in food safety and risk mitigation. Bryan has held quality assurance and food safety leadership roles at Eurofins, Boulder Brands, CSC Sugar, WhiteWave Foods, Lactalis American Group, BC-USA, Leprino Foods, and Pasco Laboratories. Bryan has a degree in cellular biology and physiology from the University of Wyoming and is the past vice chair of the SQF Technical Advisory Council. He’s also written a bestselling book on business management.