Produce Traceability Initiative Presents:

Preparing for FSMA Rule 204 Together

Learn how companies in the produce industry can meet the record-keeping requirements outlined in the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (U.S. FDA's) Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Traceability Rule 204.

Industry Leaders Gather for Expert Exchange

In this dialog, traceability experts from fresh foods, grocery, foodservice, and the solution provider community came together to discuss the guidance they developed with industry stakeholders as part of the Produce Traceability Initiative (PTI) FSMA Rule 204 workgroup.

  • Wonder how to get the FSMA Rule 204 conversation going with your trading partners?
  • Need help understanding how to capture Critical Tracking Events along your supply chain?
  • Concerned that you have to revamp your current traceability processes at great cost to your organization?

These experts have decades of traceability experience among them and have heard it all. They are eager to share their learnings and implementation tips, in addition to hearing new point of views on how to best advance industry toward even better food safety.

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Expert Panel of Speakers

Leaders from the administering associations of PTI as well as several co-chairs of the various PTI working groups focused on FSMA Rule 204, Including:

  • Todd Berg, iFoodDS
  • Julie McGill, Trustwell
  • Allen Hardison, Interfresh
  • Angela Nardone, Share-ify
  • Andy Kennedy, New Era Partners
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Who Should Attend

Supply chain functional experts and business leaders who handle regulatory compliance, quality assurance, food safety, traceability, master data and inventory management, and barcoding

Extended supply chain team members in operations, marketing, technology, and digital roles who have some level of responsibility for supply chain visibility