In FSMA 204, the Final Rule, the FDA established traceability recordkeeping requirements for certain foods. This regulation is intended to allow for faster identification and rapid removal of potentially contaminated foods from the market. Companies are required to share these records with the FDA within 24 hours, linking product lot codes and other key data elements in a sortable spreadsheet.
Food companies must be prepared to collect, store and share this information, as well as document their FSMA 204 traceability plans. Learn the basics of the Final Rule and how you can build a plan for compliance based on this regulation.
Attendees will receive our FSMA 204 toolkit, including a checklist for FSMA 204 planning.
Date: April 5, 2023
Time: 10 AM PT | 12 PM CT | 1 PM ET
Duration: 2 Hours
During this seminar, we will provide an in-depth overview of the rule, review industry best practices for compliance, and detail key considerations for building a traceability plan. We will present real-world examples and scenarios to help companies understand their data requirements and trading partner dependencies, as they navigate through this complicated process.
Attendees should leave with a solid understanding of the following:
- Accessing FDA FSMA 204 resources
- How to identify foods covered by the rule and the FTL
- Defining roles, CTE’s and KDE’s
- How to search for “hidden” products and events in your supply chain
- How to capture data, and storage and sharing requirements
- Industry initiatives and best practices for traceability
- Considerations for building a traceability plan
In her role, Julie monitors food regulations, is engaged with evolving industry work, and works with Trustwell customers and internal teams to advise and educate on impacts to the food supply chain.
Before joining Trustwell, Julie spent over 16 years at GS1 US, leading initiatives in food service, convenience, and retail grocery, working with industry stakeholders to enhance business processes. She also headed up the Data Management group at Transora, which was one of the first GDSN data pools.
She serves as a co-chair of the Produce Traceability Initiative Technology Workgroup and sits on various other industry workgroups covering topics including food safety, traceability, interoperability, and supply chain management.
VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights, Trustwell
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