TIPS FOR OPTIMIZING YOUR FOOD SAFETY PLAN

By Jolene Cram

TechHelp is thrilled to share this article written by Jolene Cram for Food Safety Magazine. As the food safety project manager for the Tri-State Food Manufacturing Collaboration, Jolene has been based with TechHelp at Boise State University. Jolene coordinates food safety services offered by Impact WashingtonIdaho TechHelp, and Montana Manufacturing Extension Center, all part of the MEP National Network.

Tips for Optimizing Your Food Safety Plan

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) requires food manufacturers to be compliant with Human Food Preventive Controls regulatory changes between 2015 and 2018, depending on the size of their organization. That means many food manufacturers have approached or are nearing the 3-year minimum requirement for their food safety plan (FSP) review.

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Jolene Cram is the food safety project manager for the Tri-State Food Manufacturing Collaboration, which consists of Impact WashingtonIdaho TechHelp, and Montana Manufacturing Extension Center, all part of the MEP National Network.