Whitepaper: The impact of GFSI and other drivers on environmental monitoring
Environmental monitoring programs have served as essential verification programs in a company’s HACCP plan for a long time…
Driven by regulation, private standards and brand protection, environmental monitoring programs (EMP) and the critical role these programs play in food safety are the subject of increasing attention in the last few years. This article will address these drivers, with focus on how private standards such as the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) are changing industry’s approach to environmental monitoring.
As regulation evolves in the United States from HACCP to risk-based preventive controls, the final FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules include new requirements pertaining to EMP programs, and broaden the range of processes and products that are affected by these new requirements.
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