The automated traceability landmark is the first time KDE information was successfully passed from a supplier to a distribution center (DC) without the need for additional scanning steps, hardware or software
Since FDA’s Food Traceability Final Rule was published more than seven months ago, FMI members have been working tirelessly to understand the rule in order to develop and implement solutions to meet the requirements by the 2026 compliance date. While the concept of tracing food from farm-to-fork may sound simple at first, in reality, it is quite complex.
With the implementation of FSMA 204 just around the corner, wholesale produce distribution companies like Bonsai Produce are gearing up to play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of consumers.
Affiliated Foods, Inc., a major wholesaler serving more than 800 member stores across the Southwest, has accelerated efforts to comply with the FDA’s new food traceability rule (FSMA 204) by adopting the ReposiTrak Traceability Network.
ReposiTrak is welcoming thousands of food supply chain companies to its ReposiTrak Traceability Network (RTN), the solution backed by the industry as the lowest-cost and easiest-to-adopt for compliance with FDA’s updated traceability rule, the Food Safety Modernization Act Section 204(d) (FSMA 204).
GS1 US has published a new guideline to help the food industry leverage GS1 Standards to help address the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) Food Traceability Final Rule, which requires additional traceability records for certain foods under Section 204 of the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA).
iFoodDS, the leading platform provider of connected traceability, quality, and food safety solutions for the fresh food supply chain, today announced the launch of a consulting arm, New Era Partners, to advise firms on achieving operational compliance with the FSMA 204 mandate.
The National Grocers Association, the national trade association representing the independent supermarket industry, responded to the final ruling on the proposed U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rule, “Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods.”
International Fresh Produce Association has shared their initial reactions to the newly published rule on the Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods (Food Traceability Final Rule).
Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced an unprecedented advancement in foodborne illness prevention through the finalization of a rule to more effectively trace contaminated food through the food supply, whether sourced in the U.S. or abroad.