According to the FDA, an estimated 83,609 businesses will be affected by FSMA and the proposed Sanitation Transportation Rule. These businesses must start complying with the new requirements 60 days after the final ruling. The FDA has recently extended the comment period on this proposed rule to July 30 2014, with some leeway being given to smaller businesses.
With the recently proposed FSMA ruling set forth by the FDA, Deltatrak, Inc. is poised to establish itself within the food industry as a leading cold chain monitoring and solutions-based company. DeltaTrak’s contamination prevention tools and monitoring technology will help handlers, suppliers, and distributors comply with the Sanitary Transportation of Human and Animal Food Rule's strict guidelines and food safety standards.
In an earlier post on this Blog I wrote an entry about the DeltaTrak WHO pre-qualified Vaccine Glycol Bottle Data Logger.
Based upon the market and use that this product is focused towards (i.e. Local, State and Distribution Center vaccine storage units) there has been a lot of interest and sales activity related to this product.
Most of the focus of this blog is generally on the pharmaceutical side of the business related to cold chain, supply chain and the management of temperature controlled drug related products.
Reading many of the latest comments and articles from the EU it appears that compliance audits have already started in earnest by the regulatory authorities now that the implementation period is well over (6 months from March 2013).
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