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Features: Five Ways to Prepare for an Audit

Quick reminders to keep in check when trying to implement an accredited standard

Columns: Getting Imported Foods on the Straight and Narrow

With globalization adding more complexities to supply chain, FDA’s recently proposed rules aim to assure imported products meet the same standards as those produced domestically

Features: Third-Party Auditors Rule: Are You Left Out of the Reporting Loop?

In addition to direct reporting, the FDA’s proposed rule would require auditors to report to the FDA before they report to the facilities

Features: Pest Management Documentation

When it comes to pest management and food safety, you undoubtedly need to have a paper trail

Features: Preparing for a Third-Party Food Safety Audit

The five factors to consider for pest management documentation in order to be audit-ready at any time

Departments: Documentation: A Secret Weapon for the Audit

One hundred forty: It is the magic number for an American Institute of Baking (AIB) audit. A score below 140 on any one of the five categories the AIB reviews in their “Consolidated Standards for Food Safety” will result in a score of “unsatisfactory” for the entire audit. One of those categories is pest control, which auditors across the board – from AIB to Silliker to government and customer audits – regard as an important practice to ensure food safety.

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