Traceability is a requirement of today’s “modern” food safety management systems. It supports FSMA compliance and the company’s recall plan which allows for the fast removal of contaminated products from the marketplace.
In Canada, proposed regulations include new traceability requirements for businesses that prepare, import, export, or trade food across provinces. In the US, FSMA requires a recall and traceability plan for significant hazards requiring preventive controls.
For food/petfood manufacturers wishing to become certified to a GFSI-benchmarked scheme, minimal requirements for upstream and downstream product traceability is required for compliance.
The webinar will provide global food safety training and examples on how to comply with regulations and other food traceability requirements.