Supply Chain Webinar - Twitter

To protect a business, periodic evaluation of the supply chain is vital. In fact, GFSI certification and FSMA regulations require supplier approval, monitoring programs, and risk assessments to maintain compliance. Join regulatory expert Melanie Neumann from Matrix Sciences as she shares valuable insight to boost visibility and ensure your supply chain is compliant and audit-ready at every stage.

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21 CFR 111 Webinar - Twitter

The Food and Drug Administration’s Current Good Manufacturing Practice (CGMP) Final Rule 21 CFR Part 111 governs the production, testing, storage, and distribution of dietary supplements. Although dietary supplements aren’t pharmaceuticals, they’re still subject to stringent regulations designed to ensure the safety and consistency of the products that make it to store shelves. Join us on October third for an overview of 21 CFR 111 requirements – with particular emphasis on the latest updates made to the program.

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This training webinar will cover the essential skills for effectively using the Market Hub Directory as a primary tool for sourcing new ingredients and suppliers on the TraceGains Network. We will review basic navigation, strategic use case examples, as well as demonstrate the value of Market Hub across product teams like Procurement, R&D, and QA.

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Bioengineered Food Disclosure

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.
 

Raising The Bar On Claims Substantiation

With increased scrutiny from the Food and Drug Administration and the Federal Trade Commission on dietary supplement claims, manufacturers are under pressure to redouble their efforts to ensure they have the records to back up their product claims. This UNPA and TraceGains co-sponsored webinar explains the current regulatory climate and reviews software tools that can help simplify researching and substantiating claims.
 

FSMA Intentional Adulteration Final Rule

The FSMA Intentional Adulteration final rule goes into effect this July. The essential part of this rule is that an establishment must have a fully implemented and effective Food Defense Plan. Bill Theis of Quality Culture Partners discusses how to prepare your food defense plan and ensure your business is protected from harmful intentional adulteration.
 

Natural Doesn't Always Mean Safe

U.S. consumption of dietary supplements is on the rise and shows no sign of slowing down. Consumer confidence must be protected to ensure future success. Tim Lombardo, Lead Staff Scientist with Eurofins Food Integrity & Innovation, discusses top “at risk” supplements, as well as the increasing availability of CBD-infused supplements and the current FDA position for each.
 

Food Regs 101

Food Regs 101 cover the basics of Food Regulations so your employees don’t have to struggle to learn about them the hard way. FDA attorney Marc Sanchez discusses the primary regulatory agencies in the U.S., what is regulated and why, sources of law, and practical suggestions to put regulatory knowledge into practice.
 

Pitfalls of Accounting for Intentional Adulteration in Your Food Safety Plan

AIB instructor Earl Arnold discusses and compares industry best practices with regulatory requirements and make suggestions on how to prevent developed mitigation strategies from being compromised. This webinar is co-sponsored with AIB International.
 

PCQI Roles and Responsibilities

Nancy Scharlach discusses roles of responsibilities of the PCQI team leaders. She covers the differences and similarities between HACCP and FSMA Preventive Controls, how FSMA PCs are more to manage, and what your company needs to do to ensure you have a successful cross-functional PCQI team.
 

Transitioning to BRC 8

Lumar Food Safety Services consultant Nadia Narine discusses the changes made to BRC Global Standard Issue 8 that was published in August 2018 and will be audited throughout 2019. She discusses what the auditors will looking for and ways to ensure businesses stay compliant.

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