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FSMA October 2017 Session – What’s Been Trending

Rolando Gonzalez, Senior Director of Technical and Scientific Affairs and Eric Edmunds, Food Safety Director with The Acheson Group shared more great insights on the latest FSMA trends during our October FSMA Fridays session.

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FSMA Fridays October 2017 Session – Latest Updates

Thank you to those who joined us for our October FSMA Fridays session. We were joined by Rolando Gonzalez, Senior Director of Technical and Scientific Affairs and Eric Edmunds, Food Safety Director with The Acheson Group (TAG). Both Rolando and Eric shared great insights on the latest FSMA updates and current trends.

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Highlights from the Food Safety & Quality Operations Survey

September’s FSMA Fridays session with The Acheson Group was an extended one. We took a first look at the results of the recent Food Safety & Quality Operations Survey sponsored by SafetyChain and TAG. 

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Environmental Monitoring and Controls: Top Risks

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July’s FSMA Fridays session with David Acheson of The Acheson Group focused on the some of the challenges food companies face within environmental monitoring and environmental control programs. There’s no question that this continues to be a major focus of the regulators, especially the FDA. 

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The Acheson Group’s Top 10 of 2017

Blog post courtesy of David Acheson, MD, President & CEO of The Acheson Group. In January, we gave our predictions for The Food Industry in 2017, stating that we expected there to be a heavy focus on FSMA roll-out and compliance, as well as some impacts of the new Presidential Administration. Let’s see how we did…

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Sanitary Transport and FSMA: Controlling Risk While Transporting Food

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Our April FSMA Friday session centered on a discussion of the Sanitary Transportation Rule and its impact on the movement of food within the United States and the responsibilities of shippers, loaders, carriers, and receivers.

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