The How: Industry-Defined Guidance to Help Meet FSMA 204 Recordkeeping Requirements On-Demand
Recorded On: 08/09/2023
If you manufacture, process, pack, or hold any of the foods on the FSMA 204 Food Traceability List, you are required to keep additional records as per the U.S. FDA. These new requirements will assist the U.S. FDA in more rapidly and effectively tracking the movement of food to prevent or mitigate foodborne illness outbreaks and to address potential recalls. Join this second digital seminar of our four-part series to:
- Walk through an end-to-end supply chain process flow example for items on the Food Traceability List
- Establish the importance of product and location identification in your supply chain in order to distinguish affected foods and locations from unaffected ones during a food safety investigation
- Learn about key industry-developed guidance and opportunities to work with trading partners for improved traceability processes
Join Ashley Eisenbeiser, Senior Director, Food and Product Safety, FMI, and Luce Angarita, Director, Community Engagement, GS1 US, as they share guidance, expertise, and established best practices that support FSMA 204 recordkeeping requirements.
Director of Community Engagement
Lucelena Angarita is the Director of Community Engagement at GS1 US, working with food companies across Retail Grocery and Foodservice sectors to increase data quality, operational efficiencies, and full supply chain visibility. She is an Industrial Engineer and Lean Six Sigma Certified Black Belt, with over 21 years’ experience in Program Management and process improvement, and 9+ years’ experience in Food Safety & Quality, as well as adoption of GS1 US Standards.
Prior to joining GS1 US, Lucy served as Director of Supply Chain systems & Standards for IPC, Subway’s Supply Chain arm. She lead a team that implemented an end-to-end traceability program with all supply chain partners through the use of GS1 Standards. Prior to IPC, Lucy served as Manager of Global Training Projects as well as in the IT Department at Burger King Corporation.
Senior Director, Food and Product Safety Programs
FMI - The Food Industry Association
Ashley Eisenbeiser is a food scientist specializing in food safety. In her role as senior director of food and product safety programs for FMI-The Food Industry Association, Ashley serves as a subject matter expert for food and product safety for FMI’s food safety programs and provides support for FMI’s retail, wholesale and product supplier members on food safety training, technical services, regulatory compliance, and industry research and resources.
Prior to joining FMI in June 2013, Ashley served as a Family and Consumer Science Extension Agent with Virginia Cooperative Extension where she planned, delivered, and evaluated community nutrition, health, and food safety educational programs. Ashley is a Certified Food Scientist and received her Master’s degree and Bachelor’s degree in Food Science and Technology from Virginia Tech.
Ashley serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the Partnership for Food Safety Education and is a member of several professional association including the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT), the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP), the Association of Food and Drug Officials (AFDO) and the Conference for Food Protection (CFP).