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USFDA Prioritizes Food Safety

Food safety has always been one of the top priorities of the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA). Strengthening it more, the agency is now shifting its focus from responding to foodborne illness to preventing it. To accomplish the same, as part of the FDA-track project, FDA has recently set up a Food Safety Dashboard to track the impact of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act’s (FSMA) seven core regulations, and to assess their success, and to refine their enforcement.

As we embark on a new era of smarter food safety, the successful implementation of FSMA will support the FDA's objective of reducing the incidence of disease and death caused by preventable contamination of FDA-regulated food products. The FDA recently announced the release of two measures which will help to monitor the outcomes of FSMA regulations in the areas of audits and recalls.

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How Does the Food Safety Modernization Act Impact Food Retailers?

Food retailers need to understand changing regulations that impact their businesses. Today’s operators are faced with regulatory updates around energy management and refrigerants, as well as what many are calling the most sweeping reform of food safety laws since the last change was enacted in 1938.

As the regulations address the entire supply chain, not all provisions of this legislation apply to food retailers. But retailers should review the law and its provisions because it places specific responsibilities and accountabilities on supply chain participants for actions and validation of processes. Thus, grocers will need to work collaboratively with their food suppliers and transportation carriers to ensure that all suppliers are aware of what’s needed for food safety compliance. Some information that may be of highest interest to retailers.

F.D.A.’s smart food safety initiative

With FSMA, there is an increased importance on collecting and utilizing data, especially product temperatures, to ensure that food remains fresh and safe from the farm to the manufacturer to the store, and then into the hands of the consumer. Record keeping is a key component for FDA compliance, so retailers and their supply chain partners will need to ensure accurate, efficient documentation to verify the integrity of their foods.

As food retailers work to comply with industry regulations like FSMA, Base Management can serve as a trusted partner. Our retail facility solutions, including integrated controls and remote monitoring, can assist with preventive management of facility systems to address potential food safety issues before they affect the product in stores. Base Management's transportation and cargo solutions also can help to provide consistent, safe monitoring and control of temperatures of food and other sensitive goods at critical points throughout the cold chain.

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