A stringent food traceability law will go into effect on November 7 imposed by the FDA. It will apply to the “high-risk items” linked to food-borne illnesses.
The article examines innovation taking place along the entire food supply chain, including production, manufacturing, and retailing.
The following page discusses the requirements of a traceability procedure. This example procedure can be used as part of the PRPs in the handbook.
To know what is going on in a supply chain, a tracing test can be done. Herewith a template with steps and supplies for the tracing test.
Hereby is information on IFS or International Food Standard which is a standard used to ensure food safety within a food company or elsewhere in the chain.