Featured in this issue of Food Quality & Safety MagazineFebruary/March 2014
Exclusive News from the Food Quality & Safety eUpdate3.11.2014
Last month, the FDA published an interim final rule to further safeguard infant formula in the U.S. The rule, which sets standards for manufacturers to produce safe infant formula that supports healthy growth, is accompanied by two draft guidance documents for industry.
The Consumer Goods Forum's Global Food Safety Conference was held February 26 to 28 in Anaheim, Calif. with a record-breaking attendance of over 1,100 attendees from 50 countries. The annual Conference, now in its 13th year, brings together leading specialists to advance food safety globally. It provides the opportunity for attendees to benefit from various “hot” topic sessions and meet and network with industry peers on the exhibit floor.
FDA recently entered into a consent decree with the Center for Food Safety that sets firm deadlines for the agency’s submission of final rules implementing the FSMA to the Federal Register for publication.
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Food and beverage manufacturers are in need of a business solution that can manage the front and back office from end-to-end, as well as provide detailed visibility into materials and finished goods in order to meet their requirements. As such, according to the 2013 ERP Benchmark Survey, 94% of leading food and beverage manufacturers have implemented ERP. This report, based on two Aberdeen surveys, uncovers the pressures that food and beverage manufacturers face as well as the ways in which they are...
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- March 19, 2014 - March 20, 2014
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The two-day GlobalG.A.P. training course provides a review of the general regulation, the certification system, and control points for the all farms, crops base and fruit and vegetable scopes. The controls points are actual audit checklists used by certification bodies during a GlobalG.A.P. audit or a fruit and vegetables operation. This course also includes online discussions, case studies, and question and answer sessions to understand how the GlobalG.A.P. system applies in practice.