The Food Safety Modernization Act; Shifting from Reactive to Preventive Food Safety

Webinar description

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), signed into law in 2011, gave the US FDA expanded authority to regulate how foods are grown, harvested and processed. Under the FSMA, FDA’s approach to food safety has moved from reactive to preventive, with a focus on controls to prevent or minimize the likelihood of problems occurring in the food supply chain.
 
In this webinar, we will discuss the background of the FSMA, the rules and guidance issued pursuant to it, and the FDA’s preventive approach to food safety. We will focus on aspects of the FSMA that implicate the importance of data integrity in the food supply chain, and discuss how implementing quality programs with compliance as a baseline can help ensure food safety while supporting brand equity and professional reputation.
 
Presented by:

Ed Johnson, Regulatory Affairs of Counsel to Axendia

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