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Presentation regarding Produce Traceability as presented to FDA & FSIS on December 9 & 10, 2009 in Washington, D.C.

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Doug Bailey Ams

  1. 1. M AT AN POU TRY TRAC A I ITY MEAT AND POULTRY TRACEABILITY  IMPLEMENTATION GUIDE A Document Overview  for the FDA‐FSIS Public  Meeting
  2. 2. Guide Objectives Guide Objectives • Create an industry document that provides a unified  approach to product traceability across the meat and  approach to product traceability across the meat and poultry supply chain in the US and globally • Minimi e traceabilit differences among all fresh Minimize traceability differences among all fresh  food sectors for ease of supplier and retailer  implementation • Use global data standards for barcodes and  electronic messages electronic messages
  3. 3. Background • Partners include suppliers, retailers, industry  trade associations, and GS1 US, a global  trade associations and GS1 US a global standards organization • Part of a Fresh Food Trade Association Round‐ Part of a Fresh Food Trade Association Round Table initiative to provide coordinated  traceability implementation guidance across all  fresh food sectors – produce, meat, dairy, and  seafood.  • I t d d Intended as a complementary guide to that issued  l t id t th t i d for produce by GS1 in July 2009
  4. 4. Guide Covers: Guide Covers: All Meat Supply Chain Segments, Except Animal  Production: P d i • Suppliers (beginning with delivery of live animal) • Processors and Distributors • Food Service and Retail Channels
  5. 5. Product Case Label Example Product Case Label Example GS1-128 Barcode with Global Trade Item Number (GTIN) and Lot #
  6. 6. Consumer Item Label Example Consumer Item Label Example Type 2 UPC-A Barcode with Generic Item Reference
  7. 7. Consumer Item Label with New  Barcode Technology d h l GS1 DataBar Barcode with GTIN and Sell-By Date (Available in 2010)
  8. 8. Next Steps Towards Publication Next Steps Towards Publication • Now integrating trade comments to create Now integrating trade comments to create  final document by January 2010. • Release Final Draft as interim US guidance Release Final Draft as interim US guidance • GS1 US will coordinate draft review with GS1  Canada and GS1 Mexico C d d GS1 M i • Depending upon response, will publish as an  official US, North American, or global GS1  traceability document by late 2010
  9. 9. QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION QUESTIONS AND DISCUSSION Douglas Bailey Chairman, mpXML Chairman mpXML douglas.bailey@ams.usda.gov

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