According to the FDA, “the term qualification refers to activities undertaken to demonstrate that utilities and equipment are suitable for their intended use and perform properly. These activities necessarily precede manufacturing products at the commercial scale.”Read More
Food safety is an underlying concern touching every corner of the food industry, from manufacturers and distributors to the consumers ultimately eating the food. Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (or HACCP) is an internationally-recognized method of identifying and managing the risks...Read More
Environmental monitoring refers to the process of collecting environmental data over time and monitoring for any changes that could be detrimental to the manufacturing or distribution of a product.Read More
In many cases, individual consumers cannot verify the quality of products that can significantly affect their health and safety. Instead, they rely on manufacturers and distributors to follow a strict set of practices to consistently manufacture, store, and distribute high quality products.