PROCESS EXPO adds track-and-trace course

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PROCESS EXPO has added a traceability session to its 2013 educational program.
PROCESS EXPO has added a traceability session to its 2013 educational program.
PROCESS EXPO, the processing-focused trade show scheduled Nov. 3-6 in Chicago, has added a course on food tracking and traceability to its roster of seminars.

The event, produced by the Food Processing Suppliers Association (FPSA), has bolstered its educational program with “Meeting the Need for Electronic Trace.” The free course will be presented by Kris Dornan, marketing manager of Rockwell Automation.

According to Jeff Dahl, FPSA chair and business manager of JBT FoodTech, said the session is just one session in a lineup of useful educational programming.

With over 30 hours of educational programming planned throughout the four day event, food processors will have a wide selection of manufacturing solutions at their disposal, both in the classroom and on the show floor​,” he said.

David Seckman, president/CEO of FPSA, added that tracking and traceability issues are of increasing importance to food and beverage professionals.

Facing ever tighter food safety requirements, processors are expected to be able to report both forwards and backwards in order to quickly identify contamination sources and finished products​,” he said.

For more information or to register, visit the PROCESS EXPO website​.

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