FDA Prepares to Broaden Traceability Requirements for Food Supply Chains


Current law requires only that entities in the food industry be able to declare from where they directly bought something, and to whom they directly sold it — “one up and one back,” as the agency describes it. The implementation of Rule 204 would impose a much broader standard, identifying specific items “that now need to be tracked and traced by everyone that touches them.”  Read more here.

Author: Supply Chain Brain