The FSMA Intentional Adulteration final rule goes into effect this July. The most essential part of this rule is that an establishment must have a fully implemented and effective Food Defense Plan. While these plans can account for everything from extortion and theft to natural disasters, what’s really necessary is a rational assessment and mitigation plan to prevent intentional adulteration – similar to the Food Safety Plan to prevent accidental adulteration. Join food safety expert, Bill Theis, as he shares valuable insights to improve your food defense plan.
Without standardized procedures in place, companies struggle to control end-product quality. If left unchecked, mistakes in the product manufacturing process can lead to significant downstream problems. Join our Solution Spotlight to discover how TraceGains Specification Management allows for easy collaboration with suppliers to co-author and manage raw material and finished goods specifications in a single platform.
Anyone responsible for food labeling and regulatory compliance that needs to understand how the new labeling requirements for bioengineered foods and ingredients will impact their products will appreciate this timely update. Join AIB International’s Food Labeling Services Manager, Elaine Meloan, for this bioengineered food labeling training with real-world examples.