The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) is a comprehensive, proactive approach to securing the nation’s food supply shifting the food industry’s efforts from responding to contamination incidents to preventing them.
Its rules and regulations are designed to have influence beyond the U.S. borders and into the global food supply chain that supplies American consumers, effectively from the farms to their forks.
Download this article by Erasmo Salazar, LRQA’s Food Safety Technical Manager – Americas, as he shares his insights on the impacts and implications of the FSMA for food safety practitioners including:
- Preventive Controls
- Foreign Supplier Verification
- Qualified Individuals.