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The Costs of Failing to Meet FSMA Requirements

Consider this hypothetical food safety situation: A manufacturing facility tests positive for bacteria. In response to the finding, they issue a voluntary recall. The decision-makers in the C-suite desire to limit the damage as much as possible in order to protect the brand and the bottom line, perhaps without fully understanding

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Romaine Lettuce Outbreak Investigation Has Concluded… Now What?

Today the FDA declared that the latest Romaine Outbreak investigation has concluded and published its findings in the: “Investigation Summary: Factors Potentially Contributing to the Contamination of Romaine Lettuce Implicated in the Fall 2018 Multi-State Outbreak of E. coli O157:H7”. I want to join the chorus of many food safety professionals commending Commissioner Gottlieb

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Kellogg’s Manufacturer Receives 483(b) Warning: What You Can Learn From It

A Kellogg’s cereal manufacturer was recently issued an official FDA Warning Letter, which cites a number of food safety infractions linked to consumer illnesses reported by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Kerry, Inc., the company that manufactures Honey Smacks, underwent an inspection at its Gridley, IL, facility after an

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7 Procedures You Are Required to Have in Your FSMA-Compliant Food Safety Plan

Now that the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is fully embedded in the food processing and manufacturing industry, every food brand is called to elevate its approach to food safety and transform reactive efforts into proactive plans. But if FSMA compliance has you struggling to understand and implement the proper regulations within

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Do’s and Don’ts of Rebuilding Your Brand Image After a Food Recall

Regardless of whether a food recall happens through government mandate or voluntary action, there’s much at stake, from major recall implementation expenses to rippling reputational challenges. If you don’t manage the situation properly and proactively, you’re unlikely to be successful in protecting your customer relationships and rebuilding your brand. Do you

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How to Examine Your Compliance Obligations for a Viable Corporate Vision

Compliance is a hot topic in today’s food industry, as consumers push brands to demonstrate social responsibility and government agencies dig deeper into food safety realities. Companies all along the supply chain feel the pressure to ensure high-quality, compliant processes. In the C-Suite, executives are working to oversee these efforts and fulfill your organization’s

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Food Recall Statistics: Who’s Been Hit Hardest?

Food recalls happen much more often than the public typically realizes. However, when national attention spotlights a company recall, it has the potential to cause irreparable damage to the brand and even initiate liability consequences for decision-makers. As consumers become more informed about food safety issues and government agencies tighten their

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