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Requirements versus Recommended practices in Food Safety Manufacturing

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Legal requirements versus strongly recommended practices in Food Safety Manufacturing/Processing Sector - Pick up a deeper understanding of the Food Safety Modernization Act's necessities basically now versus pending in proposed structure from master Melanie Neumann.

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Requirements versus Recommended practices in Food Safety Manufacturing

  1. 1. Food Safety: Legal Requirements vs. Strongly Recommended Practices in the Manufacturing/Processing Sector Product Format: Audio Conference Presenter(s): Melanie Neumann, J.D., M.S. The Federal Food, Drug & Cosmetic Act, including but not limited to The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA), represents the most sweeping change in food law and regulatory landscape in over 70 years. Join expert speaker Melanie Neumann, J.D., M.S. in this 60-minute audio-session ‘Food Safety: Legal Requirements vs. Strongly Recommended Practices in the Manufacturing/Processing Sector’ on Thursday, June 26, 2014 to learn:  What the ‘law’ is under the Bioterrorism Act and FSMA and how the legal requirements of FSMA won’t achieve industry best practices  What is legally required and what are the best practices in the world of recalls and traceability requirements, including the Bioterrorism Act requirements  How the law and best practices work together to build the best brand protection program For more information, visit http://www.audioeducator.com/food-safety/food-safety-legal- requirements.html Special Offer: Use code SAVE10 to get 10% discount. Can’t attend? Request a replay of the audio session or DVD recording.

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