Product Traceability: How Far is Enough in Today's

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What are the first steps involved in developing a traceability system? How can manufacturers comply with the regulations? Will a traceability system minimize risk? Product developers, regulators, researchers, and QA/QC professionals will want to register for this timely webcast to gain answers to these and other questions. Join us for a discussion on how to comply with FDA regulations, and benefit from case studies that focus on capturing product traceability data. Examples of good record-keeping procedures will be shared, as will procedures for the tracking and tracing of products within a standardized format.

Food manufacturers have three main objectives in using traceability systems: improve supply management, facilitate traceback for food safety and quality, and differentiate foods with subtle quality attributes. The benefits associated with these objectives include lower cost distribution systems, reduced recall expenses, and increased sales of products with attributes that are difficult to discern. In every case, the benefits of traceability translate into larger net revenues for the manufacturer. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to develop, implement, and sustain a successful and cost-effective product traceability system.

Learning Objectives:

  • Increase awareness of the need to improve product traceability to protect the food supply
  • Explore examples of capturing and sharing data in a standardized format
  • Review options for implementing a successful traceability program

Learning Level: Beginner / Intermediate


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