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Are you going to the must-attend event of the year for the produce and floral industry? Stop by Booth 5359 and we’ll tell you more about the Produce Safety Rule. Don’t miss out on your chance to get a free compliance consultation.Find out more »
With over 750 attendees, this is going to be a great year at the SQF International Conference. We recently teamed up with SQFI to power the SQF Assessment Database. Let’s talk about how we can help you automate the management of your approved supplier program. You can find us on the show room floor.Find out more »
On September 18, 2017, small businesses (fewer than 500 full-time employees) are now required to comply with FSMA’s Preventive Controls for Human Food. As a small business, you have limited resources and budget to meet all Preventive Controls requirements.
Join food safety consultant and lawyer Shawn K. Stevens as he reviews best practices for meeting requirements for preventive controls and tools that will help you meet those compliance requirements on a budget.Find out more »
Over 30 years of innovation packed into three days. The PLMA’s annual trade show is the industry’s biggest event of the year. We would love to talk with you about automating the management of your suppliers’ documents and how we can get your products in front of buyers in the ReposiTrak MarketPlace.Find out more »
This year, we asked Chris Gindorff, Senior Manager, QA & Food Safety, at Lunds & Byerlys to give a talk titled, “Your Approved Supplier Program is the Key to Reducing your Risk.” After the talk, we would love to answer any questions you have about supplier compliance. Find us in the exhibit hall.Find out more »
Do you farm, grow, harvest, pack or grow produce? Compliance with FSMA’s Produce Safety Rule begins in January 2018 for primary production or secondary activities farms that meet requirements. Are you clear about what’s required and the activities you should be taking to ensure your compliance?
Join us, December 5, 2017 at 1 pm Eastern as Dr. Hilary Thesmar, VP, FMI Food Safety Programs, discusses what’s required under the Produce Safety Rule.Find out more »
On January 2, 2018, Edition 8 of the SQF Quality Code section 2.7.2 requires a documented food fraud vulnerability assessment and mitigation plan. The assessment is designed to highlight a site’s susceptibility to food fraud including, ingredient or product substitution, artificial enhancement, mislabeling, dilution, counterfeiting and more that could adversely impact food quality or safety.
Where risks are identified, they must be controlled with a correlated mitigation plan. Is your company prepared for this new addition to the code for your next annual audit? Looking to learn more about food fraud or the steps to take to protect your company?
Join Dr. John Spink, Director & Assistant Professor, Food Fraud Initiative, Michigan State University as he talks about what food fraud is and the growing need to protect consumer trust and safety, and Mr. Neil Bogart, AVP Quality Systems and SQF Practioner, Red Diamond Coffee and Tea as he shares his learnings in preparing Red Diamond for food fraud compliance and recommendations on how to prepare your company.Find out more »
January 26 - 29 Miami, FL National Doral MiamiFind out more »
Space is limited. Reserve your free webinar seat now: Webinar: Audit Readiness for Foreign Supplier Verification Program (FSVP) Webinar Date: Friday, February 23, 2018 Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Eastern Join us Friday, February 23 at 1 PM EST as Carlos Romero discusses key points you need to know when getting audit ready for FSVP. Key Points Include: Identifying Roles and Requirements Your Approved Supplier Program Performance Evaluation Tools/Best Practices for Gathering Supplier Information Our Expert Speaker Carlos Romero, President/Owner QSPS Consulting LLC Carlos has…Find out more »