Is Your Company Ready for the New Requirements of the FSMA?

Foodborne illnesses in the 2000s cost businesses billions of dollars in costly recalls, legal expenses and lost sales. To address the issues of foodborne illness, the FDA passed the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA). The first major piece of federal law addressing food safety since 1938, the FSMA’s aim is to prevent the conditions that can lead to foodborne illness instead of reacting when a problem occurs. Final rules for the FSMA should be issued in the fall of 2015 and spring of next year.

Why the FSMA Was Needed

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