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Many methods are in place, or have been tested, to provide a reliable indicator of the quality of the produce the retailer puts on the shelf for the consumer. Each of these have unique and “tried” methods of prediction, but with so many factors that influence quality and shelf life in the supply chain it would seem to be impossible to provide an all-encompassing method.
By Peter Norton
Author: Peter Norton
Peter Norton is currently employed as the Business Development Director for DeltaTrak Inc., of Pleasanton CA. His primary areas of expertise relate to Cold Chain and Supply Chain Logistics Solutions, for which he advises clients on processes related to Cold Chain shipping solutions, Risk Assessment, Inventory Management and the emerging new rules and regulations for Cold Chain linked into Track and Trace and e-Pedigree.
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With a growing emphasis on improving practices in distribution, internal processes, quality management systems, transportation, risk management, and mitigation protocols, it is important to evaluate the plans adopted by your vendors during your selection and audit procedures.
Today there is an ever growing trend toward Cloud Computing, with many companies entrusting their data to an outsourced agency. As we approach the New Year, it seems like a good time to review all areas of your supply chain where risks might exist, and to mitigate these issues with risk aversion planning that will meet GDP compliance.
In a recent Blog post I discussed two recent regulations that were introduced last year, one for GDP (Good Distribution Practices) within the EU and one for GSP (Good Supply Practices) within China.
When any QA department turns their attention to data and security most of the focus is on how this is controlled internally in relation to common regulations like - 21 CFR Part11, Part 820, GMP, etc., and of course patient data regulations like HIPAA.