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One Forward/One Back: Food Safety Traceability with Pamela Sweeten

 

She is the owner of P. Sweeten Consulting and Representative for Advanced Traceability Solutions & ScoringAg and Advocate for Safe Food.

Pamela attended CSU Stanislaus as a Communication Major, then in 1992, began her career with the almond industry.  Her experience began with transportation, logistics, and shipping of almonds. She has actively promoted food safety and quality in almond processing. She is active in the California Women for Agriculture, the American Agri-Women, the Central California Children’s Hospital and the Escalon FFA Ag Boosters organizations.

The agenda:

  1. Introduction.
  2. Why does food safety require traceability of products?
  3. What are the minimum requirements of traceability?
  4. What does One Step Forward mean?
  5. What does One Step Back mean?
  6. What are the best practices for food managers to engage to assure traceability?
  7. Conclusion.

Contact:

Pamela Sweeten
P. Sweeten Consulting
Modesto, CA
209-606-1418
pamela@trackmycrop.com
http://www.trackmycrop.com
http://www.tracethefood.com

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