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.
Let’s say you’re ‘small potatoes’ in a field of industry giants. If your company is a registered facility under the U.S. Food Safety Modernization Act, you’re probably worried about compliance costs and uncertainties once the FSMA rules comes into play. If you are not particularly thrilled about this new regulation, and feel these rules will yield headaches instead of benefits – look for the silver lining.
It seems like every time you pick up a trade journal, some company or the other is offering a last mile solution.
Whether this is a special package that has been validated for "x" amount of hours, or a device no different than a basic chemical indicator that will give you a good or bad forensic analysis after the event.
Food defense is a top priority within your company, right? If you’re raising one eyebrow and asking yourself, “Just what does it mean to be ready for an audit?” then look into the mind of an auditor to find out exactly what it takes to pass an inspection – and pass with flying colors!
NASA created the HACCP (Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points), which is a global standard developed as part of Codex Alimentarius to improve upon and synchronize international food standards, guidelines, and codes of practice to protect the health of consumers.
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