Whitepaper: Mastering the Complexities of Documentation

Tools to help Ensure your Records are Audit-Ready

The well-known adage “the job’s not finished until the paperwork is done” also applies to the food industry. Whether audits are industry-, government- or customer- driven, adequate documentation is a crucial step in the compliance process.

Learn more about:

  • Digital Documentation Trends
  • Weighing Value of External Templates and Resources

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Survey Report:

Identifying the Top 7 Regulatory Challenges for the North American Food Industry

This survey was conducted September 2016 featuring responses from professionals in key food industry segments including: Production, Service, Retail, Wholesale & Distribution, Traceability and Auditing.

Focuses include:

Safe Food for Canadians Act | Labeling | Recalls | Consumer Impact | Cross-Border Regulation | Compliance | Government Collaboration

Bonus: This report also highlights additional suggestions and responses by survey respondents.

Get the detailed survey results by completing the form.

Infographic: Dealing with Supplier Compliance – 10 Things you NEED To Look At

During our 2015 Food Regulatory & QA program, we asked attending food professionals what issues they run into with their suppliers and the risks that follow. This infographic reveals items you must look out for when working with a supplier & questions you NEED to ask.
Questions include:

  • Do suppliers certified outside of Canada meet Canadian regulations?
  • Has the supplier ever been involved in a recall?
  • Do they have communication in place to notify you of changes to raw materials?

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Stay informed and stay ahead. Don’t risk the quality of your food.
Download the infographic for more insight on supplier compliance.

Case Study: Food Defense

Protecting The Food System from Acts of Intentional Contamination

Threats of food tampering are becoming common and major risk. Analyze your vulnerability to acts of intentional contamination. In this exclusive presentation from the FDA, take away specific solutions to:

  • Identify vulnerabilities in the food system
  • Prepare for risks of food tampering
  • Analyze how food defense affects your investment

Equip yourself with new insights on weaknesses in the food system to protect your food.

By: Colin A. Barthel | Food Defense and Emergency Coordination Staff | U.S. Food and Drug Administration