How Will You Meet the New FSMA Time and Temperature Control Requirements?
The FDA created the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) to help prevent the 9 million illnesses caused by foodborne pathogens each year. The FSMA requires a written food safety plan called Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Controls (HARPC). Because time-temperature controls inhibit the growth of foodborne pathogens, temperature measurements is one of the cornerstones of the HARPC.
While the final rule of the time/temperature reporting is still coming, the guidelines will likely come from the HARPC Draft Guidance. The challenges brought about by the FSMA will require new solutions for data collection and integrity without disrupting food handling processes. Fortunately, one automated solution will make sure food manufacturers are able to meet the new requirements: a temperature recording device.
Is your food manufacturing business prepared to meet the demands of the FSMA requirements?
Download “Foodborne Pathogens and Time/Temperature Measurements: Implementing Automated Food Safety Solutions” to learn the following:
- The key elements of the FSMA.
- Time/temperature controls according to the HARPC Draft Guidance.
- The key components of a temperature recording device.
- The ROI of automated temperature recording solution.
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Foodborne Pathogens and Time/Temperature Measurements: Implementing Automated Food Safety Solutions