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The Aquaculture Certification Council uses TraceRegister’s traceability system to follow the movement of shrimp around the world.  TraceRegister CEO Phil Werdal said his company’s participation in the FDA pilot is a “significant acknowledgment of the role of supply chain traceability in assuring the safety of the food supply.”  He pointed out that the FDA inspects only one percent of the USA’s food imports.  The use of third-party certification, combined with comprehensive product traceability information, has the potential to significantly improve food safety by enabling the FDA to monitor a significantly higher percentage of imported food.  The pilot project addresses farmed shrimp, but it could easily be expanded to cover other food products, Werdal said.
 
USA Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt, who has oversight of the FDA, has been widely quoted as saying that you “can’t inspect your way to food safety,” Werdal noted.
 
Werdal is confident the FDA pilot will help regulators understand the value of complete supply chain traceability as a tool to give the green light to those who play by the rules, while keeping out those who do not.  “Supply chain traceability brings much-needed transparency to a very complex market,” Werdal said.  “When a company or industry can trace a product back to the hatchery or farm and track it forward to the point of purchase, it introduces trust, adds value, and reduces risk.”
 
The TraceRegister system offers supply chain traceability for the seafood and produce industries and is currently used by more than 190 customers in 16 countries.  Headquartered in Seattle, the company also has offices in Japan and China.
 
Information: Andy Furner, TraceRegister (phone 206-621-1507, email afurner@traceregister.com).
 
Sources: 1. The Global Aquaculture Alliance.  News Release.  U.S. Food and Drug Administration Selects Best Aquaculture Practices Certification For Phase II of Shrimp Pilot Program.  December 4, 2008.  2. The webpage of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.  FDA News.  FDA Announces Participants of Pilot Program for Third-Party Certification of Imported Aquacultured Shrimp.  December 2, 2008.  3. SeafoodSource.com.  GAA, ACC Tabbed for FDA Farmed Shrimp Pilot Program.  December 4, 2008.  4. Email from Jeanne McKnight to Shrimp News International.  Subject: TraceRegister System Used in FDA Pilot.  TraceRegister to Participate in FDA Pilot Program on Aquaculture Shrimp: “A Significant Acknowledgement of the role of Traceability in Food Safety.”  December 5, 2008.
 
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