Westminster, CO, December 19, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The December TraceGains’ newsletter, Industry Insider, reported on food fraud as a growing concern to food processors and others in the food chain. As a result, the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), the global consortium dedicated to improving food safety for consumers, proposed adding two requirements to its GFSI Guidance Document – which apparently will result in new rules in 2016 for its recognized and widely mandated inspection programs.
The newsletter invited food industry professional to complete the FSQA Professional Survey. Every year, Food Safety and Quality Assurance (FSQA) professionals are faced with new opportunities and new challenges. In 2014, FSQA professionals reported FSMA compliance, audit readiness, and process improvement as top priorities. The FSQA Survey is available at this link: http://www.tracegains.com/blog/2015-fsqa-professional-survey.
TraceGains’ Industry Insider covered the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) final regulation that will bring consistency and reliability to the nutritional information offered at chain restaurants. It included grocery stores, ruling that restaurants’ recipes are as formulaic as the menu boards at fast-food restaurants.
To read the newsletter, go to: http://www.tracegains.com/additional-labeling-requirements-in-2015-what-are-they-tracegains-industry-insider.
TraceGains (www.tracegains.com) provides food and ingredient manufacturers and brokers with a web-based, full-service supplier, compliance, and regulatory document management solution that automates the management of supplier risk, data, and documentation, making companies 365 Audit Ready™.
TraceGains’ cloud-based SaaS solution works with in-house solutions such as quality management systems (QMS), enterprise resource planning (ERP), and product life-cycle management (PLM), to close the loop on upstream risk. This solution provides collaborative supplier management, and eases compliance with the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), and internal business compliance requirements including hazard analysis and critical control points (HACCP).
TraceGains digitizes all incoming supplier documents, making them easily searchable. TraceGains also extracts critical data and analyzes them against customer-specific business and compliance rules, alerting stakeholders to any non-compliance.
TraceGains’ customers boast a four to six month return on their investment. TraceGains is Food Logistics Top 100 software and technology providers. Follow TraceGains on Twitter @TraceGains.
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