One-up and One-back No Longer Enough for Food Recall Transparency

In Food Safety, Processing, Technology by Heather Brown0 Comments

As food supply chains evolve into increasingly complex networks, handling recalls with transparency becomes more complex as well, said Food Quality and Safety magazine recently.

The linear, more traditional “one-up and one-back” approach no longer meets standards of transparency, either for preparedness or for recall management. Whole-chain traceability is now both possible and necessary to meet safety regulations and consumer demands.

Recalls are inevitable and even more likely, says FQS, as FSMA demands better preparedness and holds brands more accountable. Communication, training, and end-to-end management platforms are essential for prevention, health, and safety.

Read more at Food Quality and Safety


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