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Traceability - Best Practice Sharing

5/7/24 12:30 pm to 5/7/25 CDT
Contact: Vania Halabou

Traceability programs are an important component of food safety and quality programs. The design and management of these programs has represented challenges and opportunities for companies across the supply chain. FDA’s Final Food Traceability Rule, released in November 2022, introduces regulatory traceability requirements for a range of food products. As the implementation date of January 2026 approaches, companies are identifying needed modifications to their traceability programs, in addition to questions on compliance to the rule. Join a panel of government and industry experts who will share their insights into the implementation of the rule, discuss challenges companies are facing as they prepare for the rule, and review actionable solutions.


Tim Jackson
Senior Science Advisor for Food Safety, Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition

Christopher Waldrop, M.P.H.
Senior Health Scientist

Kathleen O’Donnell
Chief Scientist
Wegmans Food Markets

Michael Lookup
Traceability Lead
Wegmans Food Markets

Rosalind Zils
Vice President, Head of Global Quality Nutrition

Andy Kennedy
New Era Partners (formerly FDA)

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