Ensuring Transparency and Truth in Food & Beverage From Source to Course
Duration: 60 minutes
Given the recent FSMA 204 ruling stipulating that all US companies must achieve complete compliance by 2026, and a comparable mandate in the EU, producers and suppliers are diligently working to ensure their traceability needs are being met. This webinar aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the ongoing traceability challenge and how effective solutions such as "Sources to Courses" can help improve compliance, enhance transparency and build consumer trust.
Food & Beverage Businesses (Producers, Manufacturers, Processors, Distributors, and Retailers) can expect to learn:
Learn how Sources to Courses is able to address regulatory requirements such as the FSMA 204, Traceability act and BRCGS
Discover how the game changing S2C platform can help seamlessly authenticate food traceability and reduce the burden of food recalls
Understand how to enhance consumer trust by providing transparent records and proof of product quality
Alan Gibson, Food Sector Specialist, AuditComply
Nikki Derbyshire, COO, Black Ink
Alan has over 25 years of Food Industry Leadership experience. Alan has held a number of Executive Board positions at Moy Park (part of JBS Brazil, the world’s largest protein company), where laterally as UK&I Director he led a highly complex food supply chain with revenues > $1.5B, over 800 farmers, multiple processing facilities serving both retail and fast-food customers such as Tesco, Sainsburys, McDonalds and KFC.
Nikki is an accomplished business professional, recognized for her exceptional work ethic and drive to succeed. With a Bachelor’s degree in Government and Computer Science from Georgetown University, Nikki honed her expertise in various capacities at Ernst and Young, starting as an IT Risk Consultant and moving into the team leader for a Fortune 100 client. Her experience with SAP and ERP systems for Fortune 500 and Government Entities enables her to address critical needs while optimizing their existing systems and preparing them for the decentralized future.
Jeremy Blackburn, CEO, Black Ink
Kevin Donaghy, CEO, AuditComply
With a legacy rooted in farming and ranching, Jeremy understands the power of innovation and its impact on industries as a whole. Under his leadership, the company has been pioneering simple-to-use applications on the ChainIT platform since 2019. The latest consumer-friendly addition is Sources to Courses - a track-and-trace solution designed to revolutionize consumables management for businesses and consumers alike.
Kevin started his career with WPDS in San Diego as a software engineer focused on Equipment Configuration Management systems for the air force. Kevin went on to found Swan Labs which specialized in WAN optimization and was later acquired by F5 Networks in 2005. Since then worked for web security firms on mobile optimization strategy and on multiple projects from mobility, security and virtualization to online GRC platforms.
Introducing Sources to Courses
Backed By Metadata
Attribute metadata is recorded during food production, pickup, delivery, and purchase, providing unprecedented data collection for businesses and transparency for customers.
Our straightforward platform is your all-in-one solution to transparent food-sourcing and easy compliance with regulations.
Innovative hardware and software maps the crucial stages of the food supply chain and stores them on immutable ledger technology, giving you direct access to view every step.
S2C is here to help with an easy method for verifying your farming operations such as planting, growing, and harvesting.
We offer solutions for demonstrating the integrity of your business practices, including the maintenance of vehicles and equipment.
Our platform will help you source proven, quality products with established data points during production, pickup, and delivery to your business location.
For Food Quality
S2C provides a user-friendly method for verifying food quality and its original source.