The Sanitary Transportation rule has long been considered the 'sleeper' rule because of its potential to have the broadest impact in the food supply chain. Information concerning the type of food product, maintenance of proper temperature and performance of required cleaning procedures will generate stacks of additional records that all need to be available for FDA inspection. Are you ready?
Join Dr. Hilary Thesmar, VP Food Safety Programs at FMI as she discusses the key changes and how they will impact recordkeeping and documentation for the transportation of food.
Joining her to discuss the practical applications of these new requirements will be Jorge Hernandez. With over 11 years of experience as Senior VP of Food Safety & Quality Assurance at U.S. Foods, Jorge’s insights on this new rule will be invaluable as he promises to provide direction on where to focus, best practices, and where your most likely challenges will be.