The FDA's Traceability Rule, in effect since January 20, 2023, adds stringent requirements for food traceability, with full compliance expected by January 20, 2026. Food entities, particularly those handling items on the Food Traceability List (FTL), must establish and maintain a Traceability Plan, record Critical Tracking Events (CTEs) via Key Data Elements (KDEs), and comply with many more new provisions.
Comprehensive Food Traceability Solutions
LSPedia's OneScan Suite gives food companies the tools they need to meet the FDA's Food Traceability requirements head-on. Further, its capabilities simplify compliance and eliminate complex, repetitive manual entry.
Implementing food traceability compliance is no small feat, and the clock is ticking. The FDA's stance on resources and support is clear, but the responsibility ultimately rests on your shoulders.
Policies and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for adhering to FDA's Food Traceability requirements
Receive and track lot codes from suppliers
Assign, track, maintain, and keep records of lot codes for materials, production batches, inventory, and outbound shipments throughout the supply chain
Efficiently exchange lot code data with trading partners
Cradle-to-grave lot code transaction history for recalls
Portal access for suppliers and customer to upload and download Lot Codes
Automated recall reports and workflows to streamline recall notices and reconciliation
Real-time audit reports, with lot codes available on demand for FDA audits
Take action on food traceability now
The FDA's new food traceability requirements are challenging, but with LSPedia's OneScan Suite, you can approach compliance with confidence. Don't wait – start your journey toward compliance today with LSPedia's OneScan Suite.