Food Safety Traceability Systems â€“ recall traceability capabilities, costs and trends --Compliance (Food Safety Training)
Venue: Online Event
|Event Date/Time: Dec 16, 2010||End Date/Time: Dec 16, 2010|
Why Should You Attend:
With the government moving to electronic food traceability requirements, the pressure will be on to comply at all levels in the food supply chain. In the four months it took for the FDA to track down the source of salmonella contamination, deaths piled up.
With the government at a complete loss and incapable of identifying and requiring an approach to food traceability, hundreds of approaches are currently under development by private enterprise. When the government finally specifies a standardized electronic approach, it will be up to an army of consultants and hardware and software vendors to help implement it throughout America's food supply systems. Nation-wide and international traceability requirements will move through the entire food supply chain and include farmers, distribution centers, processors, packers, shippers, retailers and restaurants. European food traceability requirements already exceed America's implementation movements. It is also likely that Asian countries will leapfrog America's capabilities simply because they have no legacy systems to eliminate. This webinar will explore current traceability capabilities, costs and trends.