FSMA 204 Compliance Road Map: A Guide for Food Producers and Retailers

The Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) 204 regulation represents a significant shift in food safety. With many improvements since it was passed as law in 2011, FSMA enables food producers and retailers to focus on preventing food contamination incidents before they spread instead of merely reacting to incidents when it’s too late. 

In November of 2022, the FDA released a final rule for section 204 of FSMA — The Food Traceability Rule. This rule mandates businesses to track and trace high-risk foods across the supply chain in order to mitigate public health and safety risks. It requires businesses to maintain precise records of all key data elements (KDEs) and critical tracking events (CTEs).

What does this mean? How should your food-facing business prepare for FSMA 204? In this guide, we provide the information you need to safeguard your organization and achieve traceability compliance with the Food Traceability Rule by 2026.

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