FDA Is Here, Now What?

Webinar
Food & Beverages

Date: 20 Oct '20
Time: 10:00am to 1:00pm (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time (US and Canada); Tijuana

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Attend this webinar how to handle the FDA if they show up at your door or in your email. FDA conducts regular inspections on a daily basis. Learn what rights you do and do not have when they show up for an inspection. Also, learn how to be prepared and what to do when they show up.

Why Should You Attend

One wrong move when an FDA inspector is in your facility, and you could be handed a Form 483 with a warning on it. That can affect your brand and cost you customers in the long run. Attend this webinar to understand more what you should and shouldn’t do and what you are allowed to say no to.

Areas Covered in the Webinar

  • Regulatory Policy
  • regulatory visits
  • FDA inspections
  • State Inspectors
  • Dept of Health

Who Will Benefit

  • QA Professionals
  • CEOs, General Managers

Instructor Profile

Jennifer Crandall, Founder of Safe Food En Route, LLC, is a qualified individual trained in PCQI, FSVP, HACCP, BRC Internal Auditing, SQF Practitioner and Gluten Free Certification Program Certified. She has a Bachelor's Degree from Purdue University in Food Science and 22 years of experience in the food industry including food manufacturing and corporate quality assurance and compliance. A majority of Jennifer's career has been monitoring compliance of private label suppliers for one of largest grocery retailers in the world. Jennifer is also US Country Partner for Primority, LTD and the US Co-founder of the Global Food Blockchain Initiative. Through Safe Food En Route, LLC, she manages herself and a team of consultants to provide support to small and medium sized companies with food safety and supplier compliance management.

Instructor Profile

Jennifer Crandall, Founder of Safe Food En Route, LLC, is a qualified individual trained in PCQI, FSVP, HACCP, BRC Internal Auditing, SQF Practitioner and Gluten Free Certification Program Certified. She has a Bachelor's Degree from Purdue University in Food Science and 22 years of experience in the food industry including food manufacturing and corporate quality assurance and compliance. A majority of Jennifer's career has been monitoring compliance of private label suppliers for one of largest grocery retailers in the world. Jennifer is also US Country Partner for Primority, LTD and the US Co-founder of the Global Food Blockchain Initiative. Through Safe Food En Route, LLC, she manages herself and a team of consultants to provide support to small and medium sized companies with food safety and supplier compliance management.

Jennifer Crandall

Founder, Safe Food En Route LLC

Jennifer Crandall

Founder, Safe Food En Route LLC

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