Do you know where every ingredient in your product comes from? You need to. The FDA created a series of stringent laws in an attempt to reduce the possibility of contamination in our food chain. The last of these laws, the “Track and Traceability requirement” comes into effect this December. It will have an impact on all areas of the food chain, suppliers, manufacturers, shippers and warehousers will all need to be in compliance.
Xtalk is is pleased to present the Track and Traceability Conference. At this event you will hear from the Team Leader for this Record Keeping Regulation, he will provide an overview of the Act and its requirements and answer your questions.
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Nega Beru, Ph.D.
Dr. Beru received a bachelor’s degree in the biological sciences from the University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois, in 1974. After working for four years in curriculum development, and as a biology instructor, he returned to the University of Chicago=s Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and earned a Ph.D. in biochemistry in 1983. Dr. Beru stayed on in the department as a postdoctoral research associate/instructor, and in 1988, joined the faculty of the Department of Medicine, Section of Hematology/Oncology, where he researched mechanisms of gene expression.
Dr. Beru joined the U. S. Food and Drug Administration’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition (CFSAN) in 1991. For eight years, he worked in the Office of Premarket Approval (now known as the Office of Food Additive Safety), where among other duties, he managed industry consultations with FDA regarding foods derived from genetically engineered plants in his capacity as a consumer safety officer, and later served as chief of the Biotechnology Policy Branch. In December, 1999, he became Director of the Division of Plant Product Safety in CFSAN=s Office of Plant and Dairy Foods, and in January, 2005, Associate Director of the Office of Plant and Dairy Foods. He is the workgroup lead for the recordkeeping regulation that FDA issued as part of the implementation of the Bioterrorism Act of 2002.
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