FDA to Hold Public Meetings to Discuss the Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods: Proposed Rule

October 15, 2020 FDA

The purpose of the public meetings is to discuss the proposed rule, which was issued under the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act. These public meetings are intended to facilitate and support the public’s evaluation and commenting process on the proposed rule.

FDA Proposes Additional Food Traceability Requirements

September 30, 2020 AIB International

Does your operation produce or use ingredients like cheese, shell eggs, nut butter, various produce, fin fish, and ready-to-eat deli salads? If so, these and other ingredients are listed on proposed regulation that was released on Sept. 21 by The FDA with the goal of establishing additional traceability recordkeeping requirements for operations that manufacture, process, pack, or hold these and other ingredients.

National Fisheries Institute Statement on FDA Food Traceability Proposed Rule

September 22, 2020 National Fisheries Institute

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has released its proposed rule for traceability and recordkeeping, along with a draft “Food Traceability List” that catalogues which products would be subject to the requirements.

Dynamic Systems Inc. Announces Language Alternatives for Production Touchcomputer Input for Seafood Processors

September 22, 2020 Dynamic Systems Inc.

Dynamic Systems, Inc., a Bellevue, Washington software developer specializing in Traceability and Inventory Systems for Fresh Food, launches a data entry option that makes SIMBA accessible to those for whom English is a second language.

LGMA Statement in Response to FDA Proposed Traceability Rule

A survey of member companies operating under the California Leafy Greens shows that producers are capable of quickly tracking product involved in an outbreak or recall.