FDA Proposes Rule To Improve Food Traceability

By Kelly Lienhard / September 21, 2020 at 5:43 PM
FDA proposed a rule Monday (Sept. 21) that aims to improve food traceability by directing companies that manufacture, process or pack foods included on the agency’s new Food Traceability List (FTL) to create and maintain records containing key data elements associated with critical tracking events FDA pegs growing, receiving, transforming, creating and shipping as critical tracking events for which companies should record key data elements to enhance the agency’s ability to track down the origin of foodborne illnesses. FDA created...

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