Food Safety Work Group
We support the FDA's Smarter Food Supply Chain Initiative. AIM NA members have spoken on Capitol Hill on several initiatives similar to this including the UDI initiative, the IUID regulation, and the DSCSA regulations. In some ways, FSMA can be compared to the Unique Device Identification bill in that things need a data carrier containing a Globally Unique digital identity creating a digital identity to show provenance. Our goal is standards-based interoperability with the believe that it benefits all supply chain participants by lowering the technological and financial barriers to adoption.
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Today’s regulatory landscape and the need for better tracking and monitoring has created a dynamic environment where real change is imminent and inevitable.
Read our comments to the FDA Docket FDA-1995-N-0062 Food Standards
Read our comments to the FDA Docket No. FDA-2019-N-4187 A New Era of Smarter Food Safety.
Read our Position Statement on FSMA.
In response to Frank Yiannas, FDA's Deputy Commissioner for Food Policy, announcement regarding a new FDA approach to food safety, we launched a Smarter Food Supply Chain Webinar Series to engage and insight discussion around a smarter food supply chain. Each episode will feature a conversation with an AIM NA food safety professional sharing their experiences of the important job of safeguarding the worlds food supply chain.
Listen to AIM NA members discuss how technology plays an important role in solving food safety problems.