What: Free Webinar
When: On Demand Until December 1, 2021
FSMA 204: Preparing for Tech-Enabled Traceability
In September 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released the much-anticipated Food Safety Modernization Act proposed traceability rule. The 50-page document indicates aggressive new timelines are right around the corner for adopting traceability recordkeeping requirements. Join FoodLogiQ Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer Katy Jones and VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights Julie McGill for a live webinar covering the most significant points within the rule proposal as well as how you can develop advanced traceability programs within the rule’s proposed timeline of 2 years.
Get familiar with proposed compliance dates and requirements for critical tracking events (CTEs) and key data elements (KDEs). The session will also cover key commentary made during the FDA public meetings in addition to how you can get started with tech-enabled traceability program management using FoodLogiQ’s Track + Trace product.
Join the session to understand:
- An overview of FDA’s recently proposed traceability rule.
- The proposed compliance dates as well as the CTEs and KDEs you will need to capture, store, and share.
- How major brands have built an advanced traceability program.
- How to get started with tech-enabled traceability and prepare for the proposed recordkeeping requirements.
Katy Jones, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer, FoodLogiQ
Since joining FoodLogiQ in 2015, Katy Jones has served as a thought leader within the food industry, providing insight and education on the importance of supplier management and traceability across the food supply chain. She has held various leadership roles with increasing levels of responsibility at FoodLogiQ, including Vice President of Marketing, Chief Marketing Officer, and most recently, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer. In this position, Katy oversees all aspects of marketing and creates, communicates, executes, and sustains the strategic initiatives of the company’s cloud-based supplier transparency and traceability solution called FoodLogiQ Connect. Under Katy’s leadership, FoodLogiQ has consistently earned recognition and awards for innovation, performance and investor funding. Katy holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and mass communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a master’s degree in data marketing communications from West Virginia University. In addition to her membership in the Chief Marketing Officer Club, she is a 2017 recipient of the Triangle Business Journal C-Suite Award.
Julie McGill, VP of Supply Chain Strategy and Insights, FoodLogiQ
Julie McGill is the Vice President of Supply Chain and Insights at FoodLogiQ, a leading SaaS provider of food safety compliance, traceability, and supply chain transparency solutions. Their solutions help foodservice and grocery trading partners achieve end-to-end traceability while supporting safe and high quality food products across the supply chain. In her role, Julie works with FoodLogiQ leadership to advise on industry, customer, and product insights to improve market adoption and penetration, customer satisfaction and value generation. She supports FoodLogiQ teams on evolving industry activity including regulatory, standards, traceability and food safety. Before joining the FoodLogiQ team in May of 2017, Julie spent over 16 years at GS1 US. She led the Foodservice GS1 US Standards Initiative, and managed the PCATS initiative with NACS, working with industry stakeholders in the convenience retail space. Prior to GS1 US, she worked for Transora, which was one of the first GDSN data pools (now 1WorldSync). She also worked for Coors Brewing Company in Golden, Colorado, supporting their Store Level Data program, engaging their distributor network to implement EDI with convenience and grocery retailers. Julie serves as co-chair of the PTI Technology Workgroup and sits on other various industry groups covering topics from AIDC, food safety, traceability, transparency, and supply chain efficiencies.
Barbara VanRenterghem, Ph.D., Editorial Director, Food Safety Magazine