Live Webinar: Navigating FSMA and Reducing the Risk of Food Recalls
by Craig Hodgson, on April 7, 2017
As many professionals in the food and beverage supply chain already know, the FDA’s Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA) requires companies to implement a food safety program to prevent recalls. But did you also know that last year the average recall cost manufacturers more than $10M? With reports of undeclared or mislabeled allergens growing, are you prepared for FSMA compliance? How is the FDA handling recent cases among your peers? What can you do to reduce risk to your brand, your business—your customers?
Make plans now to attend next week's webinar when noted FSMA expert and consultant Charles Breen from EAS Consulting Group shares his insight to help you overcome the challenges of compliance and put you in a better position to avoid costly recalls. Among the many topics to be covered include:
- Latest guidance from the FDA as it relates to FSMA compliance
- The impact of FSMA across the extended food supply chain
- Recent examples and repercussions of mislabeled allergens
- Steps you can take to develop a more effective food safety plan
- Value of standardized, integrated labeling to ensure label accuracy
Webinar: Navigating FSMA and Reducing Risk of Recalls
Thursday, April 13, 2017 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Charles Breen came to EAS Consulting Group after a distinguished career at the FDA working in areas such as HACCP and LACF and BSE prohibited materials in dairy feed as well as the highly successful first domestic US follow up to BSE positive cow.
He has worked with the industry on compliance issues related to the Bioterrorism Act of 2003 and led field and HQ professionals in developing and implementing surveillance and compliance programs, and initial FSMA training implementation. His attention to detail has garnered him an FDA Award of Merit, Outstanding Achievement and five Commissioner Special Citations.
Don't miss this unique opportunity to gain a better understanding of FSMA rules (and FDA expectations) while learning more about innovations in food labeling software that can not only improve track and trace of product across the supply chain but drive greater efficiencies.
Tune in and get the answers you need to better manage your extended supply chain.