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Interested in learning more about how you can improve food safety & quality operations? Explore informative articles, eBriefs, SafetyChain product videos, and more. Plus be sure to check out our Webinars & Events for our monthly FSMA Fridays sessions with Dr. David Acheson and The Acheson Group.

Food Safety Supply Chain Conference

Mon, June 05 - Tue, June 06

SafetyChain is looking forward to participating in this event, which will bring food industry professionals together to explore tools, technologies and techniques that can protect companies from risks in the global supply chain. Learn more about how our food safety and quality assurance solutions are helping companies align their supplier programs with FSMA’s Foreign Supplier Verification Program and FSMA’s Sanitary ...

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How Apache is Reducing Operational Costs and Increasing Product Confidence with SafetyChain

In this customer case study, learn how Apache Produce is leveraging SafetyChain's FSQA Operating System and Mobile Apps to increase operational efficiency and reduce the cost of third-party inspections. This resulted in substantial cost savings and increased confidence in their product.

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Software Solutions Help Processors Turn Data into Action

Processors compile and maintain vast stores of data, but it takes identifying your organization's specific needs and customizing your technology solution to unleash the true power of data. In this article by Food Engineering's Casey Laughman, Jill Bender, SafetyChain’s VP Marketing, and Bill Benson, SafetyChain’s Director of Strategic Accounts discuss the importance of planning and goal setting when implementing technology to optimize FSQA operations, drive performance, and achieve better results.

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Sanitary Transport and FSMA: Controlling Risk While Transporting Food

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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