FSMA 204 Traceability Guide


The FDA’s Food Traceability Rule, or “FSMA 204,” is intended to prepare businesses to quickly identify and remove potentially contaminated foods from distribution. The rule, set to go into full effect in January 2026, is expected to result in fewer foodborne illnesses. Restaurants that include foods from the traceability list will need to meet specific record-keeping requirements and that takes time and planning. Get started with this valuable guide developed by the National Restaurant Association to help operators navigate their way to compliance well in advance. Get your resource here.

Author: National Restaurant Association