Are You in Compliance with the FDA’s FSMA?

Tegam White Paper

TEGAM’s PMX systemOnline — Annually, the food industry loses 7 billion dollars due to food withdrawals, rejections and recalls.

Most of these costs result from internal reworking, commodity loss, inventory replacement, removing goods from the shelves, lost sales, public relations and customer confidence repair.

The Food Safety Modernization Act, developed and sponsored by the Food and Drug Administration, has recently shifted its focus from responding to contamination to preventing contamination.

New regulations also extend prevention requirements to cover the whole U.S. food supply chain from farm-to-fork.

Download “Preventing Foodborne Illness: Complying with the Farm-to-Fork Focus of the FSMA” to learn more about:

  • Temperature and the FSMA
  • Where Meat Temperatures Matter
  • Gathering QC Temperature Data
  • The ROI of Automated Temperature Measurement

TEGAM’s advanced line of industrial thermometers enable accurate and repeatable temperature measurements in challenging food processing environments.

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ED Note:

Sec. 103 of the Food Safety Modernization Act describes HARPC in the following way:

“The owner, operator, or agent in charge of a facility shall, in accordance with this section, evaluate the hazards that could affect food manufactured, processed, packed, or held by such facility, identify and implement preventive controls to significantly minimize or prevent the occurrence of such hazards and provide assurances that such food is not adulterated under section 402 or misbranded under section 403(w), monitor the performance of those controls, and maintain records of this monitoring as a matter of routine practice.