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What Can Mid-Sized Food Companies Learn About FSMA from the Big Shots?

FSMA, signed into law by President Obama in 2011, made sweeping reforms within the food industry. For some, these reforms were necessary to enact sooner than others based on differing compliance dates. Large food companies came first, to be followed by smaller businesses. So how can mid-sized food companies look to those that have already been through the wringer with [...]

By |2019-05-29T16:45:17-05:00March 21st, 2018|FDA Inspections, FOOD - Featured, FSMA|

FSMA Has Arrived – Here’s What We Know So Far

Since the introduction of FSMA in 2011, the FDA issued new guidance to the Food Industry for GMP and HARPC (Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventive Controls). This guidance was encapsulated in 21 CFR 117, which is slated to replace 21 CFR 110. The biggest difference in 21 CFR 110 and 21 CFR 117 is that the FDA now expects proactive [...]

By |2019-05-29T16:46:24-05:00February 9th, 2018|FDAzilla, FOOD - Featured, MOST POPULAR|

FSMA in a Nutshell

FSMA has sent food suppliers into a frenzy, but what does it really entail? While there is much information on the topic, a simplified, initial outline is close to nonexistent.  We decided to fix this problem by providing this resource for those attempting to wrap their minds around what this new act really means. Registration There are two main things [...]

By |2019-05-29T16:47:52-05:00February 8th, 2018|Food, FOOD - Featured, FSMA|

FSMA is Here. How Do You Manage 1,000 Food Suppliers?

FSMA is Here. How Do You Manage 1,000 Food Suppliers? The advent of the FSMA in the US means that everyone in your supplier network can expect an inspector to knock at some point, underlining the imperative for supplier accountability to compliance teams. Brand revenue and reputation ride on the outcome. […]