Experts to Debate Issues and Implementation of Recently Passed Food Safety Modernization Act

DeltaTrak®, a leading innovator of cold chain management solutions today announced its sponsorship of food safety expert George Nakamura's participation in an educational panel session taking place at the National Environmental Health Association's Annual Educational Conference June 18th in Columbus, Ohio. The panel will consist of industry leading food safety experts who will be tasked to discuss the issues of and legislative requirements concerning the new Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). In addition to participating on the panel Mr. Nakamura will be presenting his research and paper on the new California Food Safety Training and Certification legislation (Senate bill 602). For a copy of Mr. Nakamura's presentation contact DeltaTrak marketing at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

"With the passage of the new food safety act there will be ramifications for all food manufacturers, importers and suppliers," said Frederick Wu, president and CEO of DeltaTrak. "This panel discussion will be a great forum for food health professionals to learn directly from the experts the answers to their questions on effective food handler training and what to expect of the new food handling legislation."

The panel discussion will take place from 1 pm to 2:50 pm Saturday, June 18th and will include multiple industry experts and companies. Companies represented on the panel include DeltaTrak, the National Restaurant Association, Paster Training, and the County of Maricopa, AZ. The session is sponsored by MindLeaders & Prometric. More information on the conference can be found on the NEHA AEC website at

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DeltaTrak® is a leading innovator of cold chain management, environment monitoring and food safety solutions for the food, pharmaceutical, life sciences and chemical industries. Contact DeltaTrak by phone at 1-800-962-6776 or by email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Additional information can be found at