FDA Releases More Resources for Food Traceability Proposed Rule, Risk-Ranking Model for Food Tracing

Profile picture for user Elsewhere
Submitted by Elsewhere on 2020-Nov-06 Fri 16:44
2071
500Foods shared this story from FoodSafetyTech.

Yesterday FDA released more resources to help stakeholders in understanding the FSMA Food Traceability proposed rule. The Risk-Ranking Model for Food Tracing is designed to help users learn more about the methods and criteria for scoring commodity-hazard pairs, along with the results of the scoring that are used to determine the foods included on the Food Traceability List [https://www.fda.gov/food/food-safety-modernization-act-fsma/food-traceability-list].

The agency also published a pre-recorded webinar about the proposed rule, featuring Frank Yiannas, deputy commissioner for food policy and response, and Angela Fields, a traceability expert with FDA’s Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation Network.

Other resources include a flowchart to assist with determining who is subject to the rule and a glossary of key terms.

The post FDA Releases More Resources for Food Traceability Proposed Rule, Risk-Ranking Model for Food Tracing appeared first on FoodSafetyTech.

Related News From Elsewhere

PTI
4 weeks
PTI
1 month
Traceability
1 month
Traceability
1 month
PTI
2 months
Supply Chain
2 months
PTI
3 months
Traceability
4 months
Traceability
4 weeks
Labels
4 weeks
Traceability
1 month
Traceability
1 month
Traceability
2 months
Traceability
2 months
Containers
2 months
Traceability
2 months
Traceability
2 months
Traceability
3 months
Sensors
4 months
Supply Chain
4 months